Tag: Github

Mar 01

How to: Install the Memcached Agent for NewRelic in an Ubuntu server

How to: Install the Memcached Agent for NewRelic in an Ubuntu server Everytime I try to install a plugin for New Relic I find myself trying to figure out how to perform each of the steps. For example, take this instructions on how to install the Memcached agent to get monitoring on your web server: …

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Feb 13

How to: Use Git (Git Clone, Git Fetch, Git Pull, Git Clone & Git Rebase)

How to: Use Git (Git Clone, Git Fetch, Git Pull, Git Clone & Git Rebase) I am new to Git and using repositories in Linux based systems (Being a Visual Studio / Team Foundation guy is not like I am starting from scratch). The point was just to understand what does each command does so …

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Feb 12

Resolved: fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git

Resolved: fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git I just started using BitBucket as it offer private Git repositories which is something I was looking for and GitHub obviously charges for that. I am going to use my repository for something small and simple not a huge project so justifying …

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Dec 14

Custom NginX Distribution

Custom NginX Distribution I created a custom NginX distribution to address the need of NginX with the purge cache plugin in newer Ubuntu versions. The source can be obtained from Github: https://github.com/JCBauza/NginX/ and the PPA for your system at: https://launchpad.net/~cloudingenium/+archive/nginx-mainline. Stable vs Mainline There are two PPAs available: One for the Stable releases and one for the Mainline releases. In a post to …

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Dec 14

How to: Build your own version of NginX

How to: Build your own version of NginX I was following a tutorial on how to use NginX with WordPress and the NginX Fast CGI cache caught my interest. The only problem is that in order to NginX to purge the cached version it needs a custom third party module that does not come out …

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