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Apache2, git clone from GitHub as www-data, and remote add origin existing git to GitHub

Command line git notes Example: for my blog’s contact page where I composited absolutely positioned divs including an iframe with a WebGL / three.js tunnel effect I’d forked on GitHub, I wanted to keep that “component” as a separate project, cloned from my fork.

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If you think something is broken, report a problem, in triplicate.

Apache2 – Directory Browsing on by default! RedirectMatch 404, and git exclude

I had no idea this was the case – Apache2 Directory Browsing on by default. Only found out when I added a .git initialisation to my “xarta” folder as my JavaScript was outgrowing WordPress’s Header/Footer plugin and I wanted to use Visual Studio Code’s intellisense – in particular with the three.js library.

OpenSSH, Google Authenticator, PuTTY, Xming X, Ubuntu Lightdm (disable), and Grub text mode

Just notes to self for setting-up OpenSSH on Ubuntu and Raspberry Pi. Will add to over time. First of all I installed OpenSSH server: sudo apt-get install openssh-server Normally in Windows I use Putty (portable putty alternative … for Xming X Server). Depending on name resolution available to me which is limited at the […]

Visual Studio Code Typings for three.js

At the moment, right now, just while I use three.js together with WebGL to make a simple animation for my contact page, I’m skipping proper tooling and just want to edit JavaScript that uses the three.js library. Most of the tutorials out there use deprecated functionality and I really really want Intellisense for the current […]

Battery UPS for Raspberry Pi

One of the primary reasons for this “blog” is to help organise myself – maintaining a record. I constantly experiment and reconfigure and try new things and have very very very limited space and resources. It’s hard to partition, to separate and to manage. Especially when I have several inter-dependant things on the go at […]