If you have configured your main web site domain to use SSL for example https://your.domain and https://www.your.domain and you have other sub-domains that you access without SSL you could face an issue where Chrome browser insists to use HTTPS on your sub-domains as well. This can cause problems accessing your sub-domain if it is not using SSL.
Even if you manually type http://subdomain.your.domain it will automatically redirect you to https://subdomain.your.domain Continue reading “Server side solution to stop redirect from http to https in Chrome”
In order to have local copies of my web pages hosted on VPS I have configured rsync cronjob to sync everything during the night to my local box.
Sometimes with larger files you can encounter errors like these:
Received disconnect from [YOUR_IP]: 2: Packet corrupt
rsync: [sender] write error: Broken pipe (32)
rsync error: unexplained error (code 255) at io.c(820) [sender=3.1.1]
Continue reading “How to fix corrupt packet error for with rsync for large files”
Recently I bought this handy little camera at a bargain price at GearBest.com under 30$.
You can find more details about the camera and it’s features on their homepage by clicking here. Continue reading “Xiaomi Xiaoyi Night vision WiFi IP camera review and tweaks”
I wanted to convert my old Turbo Assembler sources from Commodore 64 to modern .asm files that I can use on any editor in PC.
There is a tool called TMPview that can make your life easier.
TMPview is a viewer/converter that inputs a binary format Turbo Assembler source code and outputs the ASCII equivalent in a format suitable as
input for our cross assembler, TMPx. Continue reading “Convert directory of .prg files to .asm in Windows”
For example you have downloaded 32GB .img file from the Internet and you burned it to your SD card by using dd command in Linux:
dd if=pi.img bs=4M|pv|dd of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=4M
Just to mention again, it’s good to have pv command in the middle in order to track progress of the write. Continue reading “Can’t mount partition copied from image file on your SD card”