Tag Archives: Files

rsync over SSH

Many of us use SSH multiple times on a daily basis times to do simple, complicated, and often redundant tasks. Often times the tasks are those which could be scripted and automated. For instance, if you have to synchronize files with a server often throughout the day, a cron job would be the ideal way because then it will be done automatically and you don’t Read More →

Installing Dell V515w Printer on Arch Linux

Dell printers can be a challenge to install on some Linux distributions… However, once you figure out the key files, it makes it a little bit easier to make things happen. The steps here are basically hacks that I went through until I could figure out what was going on. Here are some KEY bits of information to get things going: Summary of Requirements You Read More →

Mod your Php installation to handle larger uploads

Though PHP presents a very versatile and user friendly interface for handling file uploads, the default installation is not geared for working with files in excess of 2 Mega Bytes. This article will help you configure your PHP engine for handling such large file transfers. The php.ini File All the configuration settings for your installation are contained in the php.ini file. Sometimes these setting might Read More →

Using .htaccess files

By Katherine Nolan Expert Author Article Date: 2003-04-16 If your site is hosted on a Unix or Linux server which runs Apache, you may already be familiar with your .htaccess file. We referred to it in an earlier tutorial on Creating Custom Error Messages, where we showed how you can configure it to instruct the browser to display custom error messages rather than the dull Read More →

Upload/Download using your Private Key in Linux or OSX

If you use Linux or Mac OSX, this is a tutorial for transferring files between our server and your computer First of all, if you are a web hosting client of kaslnetwork.com and have not received your private key by email, then please contact me and I will email it to you. Now that you have your private key (called something like coyote_kaslit_key), put it Read More →