Tired of typing in your password everytime you SSH into your Linux box? Learn how to quickly and easily generate an SSH key, and share it between your server and yourself, thereby removing the necessity to enter a password in every time.
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Tweet Find yourself needing to connect to an Apache Derby database? I found a rather basic (but useful) quickie on how to connect and get yourself up and running with connecting to an Apache Derby database. http://www.phpin24.co.za/command-line-shell-scripting/connecting-to-derby-db-from-command-line/
If you're running Linux, have you ever had that feeling of dread after deleting a whole chunk of code accidentally? Code that hasn't been checked into a repository, or backed up. A lot of websites will foretell of long hours of recovery if you're running an EXT3 or EXT4 partition with journaling. This post details how I managed to find and use a nifty little utility that recovered almost all of my files for me, in very little time too.
Sending mail through the Linux command line can sometimes be a tricky issue. If you don't know how to set up your own mail server, but have a readily accessible SMTP residing elsewhere, I'll show you how to use a readily-available Debian/Ubuntu package to send your mail through this SMTP server quickly and easily.
Tweet I’ve been creating some bash scripts for an importer we are running at work. I was looking to do two things with this. Firstly, I wanted to brush up on my knowledge of bash scripting. Secondly, I wanted to improve the notifications sent out from the importer. I managed to get everything working fine. [...]