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Archive for September, 2013

Setting your workpath (alias) on LAMPP


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Hosting files outside the htdocs directory

The document root (web root) directory is located at /opt/lampp/htdocs/. All files placed in this directory will be processed by the web server.

To host other files on your system with XAMPP, you can configure an alias with apache.

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A new tool to store your passwords safely


I’ve recently discovered a new and great tool to store your passwords safely.

The best Password keeper

Yep! You got it, it’s the KeePassX . For those who use Ubuntu, you can find it in the Ubuntu Software Center.

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Stay secure on the Net


'Trust the math. Encryption is your friend. That's how you can remain secure even in the face of the NSA.' Photograph: Beck Diefenbach/Reuters

‘Trust the math. Encryption is your friend. That’s how you can remain secure even in the face of the NSA.’ Photograph: Beck Diefenbach/Reuters

I’ve read an article about ‘how to stay secure’ on TheGuardian, and it made me think a little. Read more…

Installed Audacity on Ubuntu 13.04


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After the installation of Ubuntu 13.04 (2 days ago), I finally decided to try out some softwares. I needed something to cut my favorite song in order to send it to my phone.

If you need an mp3 cutterAudacity is the perfect tool for this. It has Fade in, Fade out, Bass Trembler  and many other plug-ins installed that could be in handy.

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Box-shadow (CSS3 feature)


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The box-shadow property allows designers to easily implement multiple drop shadows (outer or inner) on box elements, specifying values for color, size, blur and offset.

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If you use Wire…


If you use Wireless on your laptop at home, XAMPP may get in conflict with your internet access !

Just discovered a new thing regarding XAMPP on Windows 7… I had this problem for 3 days and today I managed to figure it out lol…(took me a while).

The problem was that XAMPP’s Ports were conflicting with Wireless Ports, and whenever I was trying to connect to Wireless it was giving the “Connection couldn’t be established – Troubleshoot” error.

HOW TO FIX THIS?

Just go in your XAMPP Control Panel -> Config -> Service and Port settings

And switch those ports, but be careful what numbers you put, don’t place at port 80, 838123… put 85 for example… and so on…

After you do this, restart your PC. Your internet access won’t be affected by XAMPP anymore now…

Working with XAMPP on Mint ‘Olivia’


In the last 4 days I’ve been working with XAMPP (or LAMPP as they call it on Linux), an Apache web server with MySql, PHP and Perl.

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