Today the Fedora Project is pleased to announce the general release of Fedora 24. Download it now from our Get Fedora site: https://getfedora.org/workstation/ https://getfedora.org/server/ https://getfedora.org/cloud/ https://spins.fedoraproject.org/ https://labs.fedoraproject.org/ https://arm.fedoraproject.org/ Another Step in the Fedora Journey The Fedora Project has embarked on a great journey… redefining what an operating system should be for users and developers. Such…
There are so many problem reported regarding Intel Bay Trail CPU freezing all over the internet. Some effected Windows and some involving Linux. But one thing for sure, every reports did mention Intel C State is the culprit.
On windows platform, some reported disable Intel C State in the bios solve the freezing issue. While on Linux you can either disable it via bios or you can change it via kernel boot parameter. Continue reading “How to fix Asus J1900I-C freezing issue on Linux”
The reason I use WordPress as my blog, is because it can auto update plugins, themes and even the WordPress core. In my last post, I have explain how to fix auto-update for themes and plugins. But it would not work on WordPress Core upgrade. The only way left is to use FTP to update the core. Since I hate using FTP, I have to find another solutions.
And here come Subversion to the rescue! With Subversion, I can update the WordPress core with just one line of code and even can schedule it every month. Or I can use Subversion to download and update WordPress experimental/bleeding edge/trunk version.
Continue reading “How to installing/updating WordPress using Subversion”
By default Fedora set the timezone to UTC. You can define the timezone during installation but if you like me using VPS droplet, your timezone could be wrong. Luckily it can be change easily.
Fedora store all the default timezone inside /usr/share/zoneinfo directory. From there you can list all the content to find your own timezone.
cd /usr/share/zoneinfo ls
Africa Chile GB Indian MST PRC UTC America CST6CDT GB-Eire Iran MST7MDT PST8PDT WET Antarctica Cuba GMT iso3166.tab Navajo right W-SU Arctic EET GMT0 Israel NZ ROC zone.tab Asia Egypt GMT-0 Jamaica NZ-CHAT ROK Zulu Atlantic Eire GMT+0 Japan Pacific Singapore Australia EST Greenwich Kwajalein Poland Turkey Brazil EST5EDT Hongkong Libya Portugal UCT Canada Etc HST MET posix Universal CET Europe Iceland Mexico posixrules US
In computer networks, a reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that retrieves resources on behalf of a client from one or more servers. These resources are then returned to the client as though they originated from the proxy server itself.
Reverse proxy can be useful in many ways. You can hide your application original URL by masking it with proxy. You can easily control who visit your URL with “allow” & “deny” function. You can add HTTPS protocol on top of the application that not supporting it (I’m looking at you Transmission Webui).
Reverse proxy can be archive in Nginx simply by using this line of code inside the server block.