The current Xfce (4.10) that ships with Arch Linux has an annoying bug of not correctly opening Magnet URIs (e.g. when you click a magnet link from within Chromium). So I had to have that fixed, but doing it took longer that I expected… so I’m creating this recipe for helping you solving the problem more easily.
Recently I’ve noticed that StartCom gives away free certificates through theirs StartSSL site. In this post I will explain how I managed to configure nginx to host two of my domains, on the same IP address, using HTTPS.
In this article I will cut to the chase on how to start using elasticsearch, a distributed search engine that just works, You known, for Search!
I write these tumblr blog posts using the Markdown syntax, which automatically detects and transforms URLs into proper HTML links. Though, things get messed up when I syntax highlight them with SyntaxHighlighter.
One thing I really hate on Windows is its horrible shell application window, fortunately there is Console! couple it with MinGW and Bash and you’ll have a saner command line environment. Here’s how I do it.
Latest redis versions can take quite a while to appear in the official Ubuntu archives, but fortunately, updating a package is quite strait-forward. In this post I’m going to update the package that ships with Ubuntu 10.04 from version 1.2.0 to 2.0.4.
Hello World! How’s that for a start? Its one of those (rare) things I like about developers tradition, in this case, the English language version. This should give you an hint about one of my facets.
Oh, this is my first blog ever, so please bear with me while I push my inner self to write. In the mean time, you can follow me on twitter.