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This article describes a fix for after your upgrade to MySQL 5.7+
This article describes how to move the x most recent commits to another branch using Git.
A quick technique for using converting MKV to MP4 in the terminal.
This article describes two methods for combining items into PDF.
This article describes how to watch the an progress of an existing rsync process.
This article describes how to kill a pesky dangling transaction in MySQL.
This article describes using Python’s built in simple http server for development use.
If you ever need to find and delete all empty directories from a project. Here a simple one-liner to do this.
If you need an optional parameter for a bash function or script here’s how to add them.
If you need to whip up a quick static site on Nginx here’s a simple config to get it done.
How to setup automount for a NTFS partition in Ubuntu Linux.
This article describes how to get your Ubuntu version information from the terminal.
This article describes configuring vim’s syntastic plugin to support HTML5 attributes.
For a while I was using SSH to develop on my Macbook from my main desktop. I wanted to keep the battery healthy so sometimes I left it unplugged. Here’s a sweet technique to check your battery life in OSX.
This article describes setting up project specific .vimrc files.
This article describes how to setup automounting for your SMB Share in OSX Yosemite.
This article describes converting webp to png with an easy command.
This article describes getting the current path name for use in your bash scripts.
This article describes setting up your Ubuntu machine to allow traffic through UFW.
This article describes installing postgresql from the terminal using Brew on OSX.
This article show how to use the command line to find out what files and folders are eating your disk space.
This article describes using the find command to find files by extension.