This is similar post to be read together with this. And a follow-up update to ‘Backup SQL files to FTP server‘ script. Version 2.0.0, now adds additional features and bug fixes: Now searches to ensure the required packages are installed. Uses ‘lftp‘ to upload files via FTP. Lftp allows multi-level directories to be created on […]
This is a follow-up post with an update to the ‘Backup Files as Tar.GZ‘ script. Version 2.0.0, now adds additional features and bug fixes: Now searches to ensure the required packages are installed. Uses ‘lftp‘ to upload files via FTP. Lftp allows multi-level directories to be created on the server. Renamed configuration variables to make […]
This is a quick, but I thought it would be worth a post. Within Linux (I’m using Ubuntu 17.04) you can quickly export your computer specs as an HTML file, useful if you need some info on what particular hardware you’re running. Simply run this within your terminal at the location where you want the […]
This is a follow-on from my previous post: ‘Backup server files as tar.gz‘. The script below works in a similar way as the previous, save as ‘backup_mysql2ftp.sh’ and fill out the ‘Backup options’, ‘MySQL Connection details’, and your email address. Run the script with sudo sh backup_mysql2ftp.sh (make sure the file is executable first). The […]
This is a quick and simple backup script, specifically created for use with Online.net’s 100GB FTP Storage, which is given for free when buying one of their dedicated servers. The script below is simple, saves as ‘sudo sh backup_files2ftp.sh’ and fill out the ‘Backup options’, ‘FTP Connection details’, and your email address. Run the script […]
I’ve recently found that the public WP REST API endpoints within WordPress can provide information which can be used in ‘hacking’ attempts. One such endpoint is ‘/wp-json/wp/v2/users’ (e.g. https://yourdomain.com/wp-json/wp/v2/users), this will display Admin usernames to any unauthenticated user. There are a couple of way to mitigate this risk, install the Disable REST API or add […]
Today I found out you can easily notify Google of an XML sitemap by ‘pinging’ Google via a GET request: http://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/ping?sitemap=URLOFSITEMAP.xml You can perform this via PHP, or if running on Linux; use wget.
I’ve recently came across the https://cipherli.st/ site, from the cron.weekly email newsletter (I highly suggest you sign-up, some great posts and sites featured). Cipherli.st allows you to copy and paste SSL ciphers for a variety of web software (Apache, Nginx, etc.).
Here is a neat trick which I’ve found: using a tool by Google named Docs Viewer you can embed PDF (Or office and Postscript) files into a webpage to be viewed on screen, even without a PDF reader plugin installed in the user’s browser. Simply use the snippet below and change where your_document_here is mentioned twice […]
Whilst you can use udev rules with any USB device, I am writing this post to help anyone else who is also having issues with their USB printer name. The main which I had was is the printer’s USB name changing when it is restarted, plugged into a different USB port or when another USB device is connected […]