I will try and go through how I set up Ruby on Rails on a new ec2 instance. I will include in my explanation the errors I faced along the way and how I solved them in the hope that showing the wrong way and then the right way is more helpful than just the … Continue reading rails from scratch on ubuntu 11.04
This pattern is called Havana, and it is a 4 person rotating feed weave. One person feeds a windshield wiper feed as the feedees walk in a figure 8, but every 5 beats, the feeder changes.
Based on an article from: http://blog.taggesell.de/index.php?/archives/73-Managing-Amazon-EC2-SSH-login-and-protecting-your-instances.html After you have created your instance: Save the Public DNS, it looks something like ec2-########-compute.amazonaws.com After you have your keypair, run this command $ ssh -i mykeypair.pem ubuntu@ec2-##########.compute-1.amazonaws.com You should be in now. Cool. Now set yourself up your own user account. adduser jkeesh Adduser is the one you … Continue reading Setting up User Accounts, Password Authentication, and SSH Keys on a New EC2 Instance
How about this for 5 seconds of internet fame? thekeesh.com made it to #7 on the Hacker News front page, and right about then the server crashed. I’ll take it. You can say it was a bad server configuration or you can say it was at least 20 hits at the same time… its up … Continue reading thekeesh.com on Hacker News
So I saw a post on my wall from a friend, but something just didn’t sound right. Again, it was a case of the Facebook spam that somehow tricked you into posting something you didn’t want to post to all of your friends. And many people made the mistake, and it spread fast. Mainly, it … Continue reading Wow, Facebook Hackers