A client let us know that the server where her company’s site was hosted had an unusually high load. After checking the access log for the web server, it was clear that the cause was repeated access attempts at a single URL, which was not essential to the site. So I though this should be… Continue reading Un-breaking lighttpd’s broken mod_access
Ok; the title seems a tongue-twister, but the situation it’s: One of our clients, a rather large university, needed to create independent sites for each of its faculties aaaand we love WordPress, so it was clear that we were going to use it as their CMS Each of these faculties had to be able to… Continue reading Sharing a single WordPress codebase for multiple multisite installations
This post will help you install the Linux Dropbox client on your headless Ubuntu Server and link it up to your Dropbox account. Unlike the process of mounting an S3 bucket we looked at before the Dropbox approach is a much better solution for sharing files. If you’re a daily Dropbox user you’ll quickly get hooked on the convenience of having your servers in the same file sharing loop as all your other Dropbox connected devices!
Originally posted on March 21, 2012 at 11:50AM at Install Dropbox On Ubuntu Server (10 & 11)