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= HowTo Wiki =
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= Techie HowTo =
  
Notes, mostly technical on how to configure, install, troubleshoot computer systems.
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[[Techie HowTo]] Notes, mostly technical on how to configure, install, troubleshoot computer systems.
  
I've chosen topics mostly because I went through the process of selecting, installing and configuring something, usually a software application, tool or and utilities. They are here primarily so that I can consult them when needed and refer others to them.  
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I've chosen topics mostly because I went through the process of selecting, installing and configuring something, usually a software application, tool or and utilities. They are here primarily so that I can consult them when needed and refer others to them.
==Cygwin==
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* [[Installing Dig on Cygwin]]
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== Ubuntu Linux ==
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My home server, running Win2K, failed to reboot after it's last update. The problem turned out to be a bad disk. I decided to abandon Windows and go with Linux. Most of my experience has been with Red Hat, but a friend had praised Ubuntu, so I decided to give it a try. I wanted:
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# A file server with enough capacity to handle our household -- two people who do a medium amount of photo work, a lot of office work, no music and an occasional video.
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# Accessibility from outside
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# A web server running Apache, php and mySQL
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# Immunity from power failure -- orderly shutdown and restart
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* [[File Server]]
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* [[Installing Disk Drives]]
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* [[Installing Ubuntu Server]]
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* [[Logical Volume Manager]]
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* [[NTP]] Keeping the time accurate.
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* [[SSH Server]]
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* [[Print Server]]
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* [[Selecting Home Server Hardware]]
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* [[UPS]]
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* [[Web Server]]
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* [[Dynamic DNS]] My home ISP is RCN. They occasionally change my IP address. If that happens when I'm gone, I can't get in to my server. Dynamic DNS lets me get to it even if they change it.
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= Semantic Stuff =
* [[Updating Ubuntu]]
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== Setting Up Remote Backup ==
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[[Semantic Stuff]] Notes and links about and to semantic resources -- ontologies, tools, forums ...
* [[Remote Backup with RSync]]
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== PHP Eclipse ==
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= App Engine Stuff ==
First look is great. Maybe I'll give up Homesite.
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* [[ Installing PHP Eclipse ]]
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== Media Wiki ==
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* [[Install MediaWiki]]
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* [[Update MediaWiki]]
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== GNU General Public License ==
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[[App Engine Stuff]] My links to App Engine resources
Information on how to use these for site software is at: http://www.fsf.org/licensing/licenses/gpl-howto.html
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== Joomla ==
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* [[ Joomla 1.5 ]]
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* [[ Joomla 1.6 ]]
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* [[ Migrating from Joomla 1.5 to 1.6 ]]
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== phpBB 3.0 ==
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* [[ Installing phpBB 3.0 ]]
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* [[ Creating a phpBB 3.0 template ]]
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== SugarCRM ==
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* [[ Installing SugarCRM ]]
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== phpBMS ==
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* [[ Installing phpBMS ]]
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== WordPress ==
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* [[ Upgrading WordPress ]]
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== Dreamhost Private Server (PS) ==
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* [[ PHP mod vs CGI ]]
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* [[ Setting memory ]]
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== Emacs Lisp ==
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* [[ Lisp Notes ]]
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== Misc Notes ==
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* [[Subversion]]
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== Wiki Resources ==
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* [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents Wiki User's Guide]
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* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Configuration_settings Configuration settings list]
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* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:FAQ MediaWiki FAQ]
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* [http://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-announce MediaWiki release mailing list]
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Latest revision as of 05:38, 7 September 2012

Techie HowTo

Techie HowTo Notes, mostly technical on how to configure, install, troubleshoot computer systems.

I've chosen topics mostly because I went through the process of selecting, installing and configuring something, usually a software application, tool or and utilities. They are here primarily so that I can consult them when needed and refer others to them.

Semantic Stuff

Semantic Stuff Notes and links about and to semantic resources -- ontologies, tools, forums ...

App Engine Stuff =

App Engine Stuff My links to App Engine resources