So, I have been busy. I created some new content on my site. I learn new stuff on Linux every day and thought I'd share.
For those settling in to Linux Mint, I've compiled some handy symlinks you'll find useful in the command line.
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Give www-data Access only group privileges to any folder you need visible. Folders are in a working home directory but only ten are viewable.
Access the resource using its private IP address and port you specified in the apache 000 conf and ports file, followed by any known file up ahead.
I did this on a Class B private network owned by my landlord. I will consider running an isolated network long term.
Add the IP addresses of ALL communicating PCs through each of their hosts file.
All PCs used in this demonstration run Linux Mint. I will attempt this on LMDE and let you know what happens in the NTDF.
Delete the html folder in /var/www/html and symlink the folder you wish to share.
You must use a bridged adapter for the VBOX. I chose my ethernet adapter.
You must use the IP addresses on the shared adapter. My paid VPN did not work, likely because of the NOARP, POINTTOPOINT flags.
Go into sites available conf file under sites-available and pick a port. I did not pick Port 80. My custom port worked.
Go into ports.conf and add the custom port there, too.
Allow these ports through the firewall on all devices you wish to go back and forth with.
I'm testing out self-hosting using Oracle's Virtual Box and I'd like to report my findings.
The goal was to be able to access a local network resource (the VBOX) from another computer (host).
This succeeded, after 50 hours of intermittent focus. This is how:
You mean the same Tampa Bay Housing Authority that discovered their housing was built atop an African-American cemetery?
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Search syntax in #Gigablast is slightly different.
Make a search context narrower by putting a plus sign before the most important word in your search.
'+weather 12180' generates different results than weather 12180'.
Typical search engine results are context narrow by default.
Add Gigablast as a search engine manually by using
''https://gigablast.com/search?c=main&qlangcountry=en-us&q=%s" to your browser.
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