Configuring SSH Key-Based Authentication Apr 14, 2019 In previous post I’ve written about how to use SSH client. Now we’ll take a look a bit how SSH Daemon (server) works. From previous post, you should have a running VM with Ubuntu or some other flavour of Linux, with sshd running. You should also know the IP address of that VM. Right now, you can SSH into that VM and it will ask you for a password, just as if you were going to log in into that machine with command line. ...
Tips and Tricks for SSH and SCP Apr 7, 2019 In this post, I’m going to cover SSH Client, and the way I use it. I will try to cover SSH Daemon (server) in one of next few posts. Edit: SSH Daemon (server) is covered in next post. Audience This post is for anybody who has at least some knowledge of Linux and command line. If you’re comfortable with the command line, you can skim through the command line samples, but my guess is that you won’t find this post that much useful. ...
Hosting Serverless Hugo on AWS Mar 31, 2019 This is a work in progress, and I will probably update this post anytime soon, or will create a new one(s), to elaborate the topic(s). Note: This post is made for somebody with experience, but I tried to keep it as simple as possible so somebody without much technical knowledge would understand. That’s why I elaborated some terminology. Probably this is to be updated soon to be understood more clearly to people who are new to this. ...
Which Programming Language You Should Learn First Mar 24, 2019 There are a people saying a lot of different things about which programming language you should learn first. But they don’t give an impression of a language being a tool, but being a must. You should understand that programming languages are tools, and now, as cloud computing is just getting bigger and bigger, you will probably use multiple languages. But they are tools for the job. Some are for user interface, some for user experience and communication with server, some are for design, others for logic, others for manipulating and storing data, etc. ...
I've Meditated for 66 Days Mar 17, 2019 For quite some time, I wanted to make it a habit to meditate daily. One day I’ve just woken up and started doing 5 minutes of mindfulness meditation, just focusing on my breath, having no judgement of my thoughts, being aware of them, and bringing my focus back to the breath. Practicing meditation has nothing to do with something religious for me. It’s more like a workout, but for my brain. ...
Make Use of alias Command Mar 10, 2019 A Bash alias is a unix based command line shortcut. Example I’ve used in previous post, is ls -laFh, which I use all the time. Just imagine typing that hundreds of times a day (if you’re job is to work on unix based operating systems). To remove the complexity, you can declare an alias, simply typing alias ll='ls -laFh'. Now, instead of typing ls -laFh bunch of times, I just type ll and get the same result. ...
How I Use grep Command Mar 3, 2019 What Is grep grep stands for “global regular expression print”. From the docs: The grep utility searches any given input files, selecting lines that match one or more patterns. To me, basically grep is a tool to filter through output of some command. But as you will see, later in this post, you can use it to search through the content of files to get the results using grep alone. ...