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Using ssh config to save settings and make your life easier

SSH is an amazing tool, I use it all the time and not just for logging into remote computers, but also to create tunnels, copy files and access git repositories.

But I don't want to have to remember fidily commands something like ssh I2P_Router is so much nicer than something …

pip changing from pep8 to pycodestyle

I recently updated one of the packages in Atom that was called linter-pep8 to version 2.0 which was renamed to linter-pycodestyle. This is because PEP8 the package was renamed to pycodestyle to reduse confusion between the package and the PEP8 the specification.

However after I opened Atom I got …

Automatic Updates for Debian

Good security is about defence in depth, layers of security. There is no one thing that will make you secure but one of the easiest things to do that gets you the best bang for your buck is patching your software.

On windows this is called Automatic Updates, in Debian …

Backing up a remote server with rsync

I've got a couple of VPS boxes over at RansomIT including the server that run this site1. One of those boxes is a cheap little VPS with 512MB of RAM that costs me $5 a month. I need to back up this box, my usual go to for personal …

Updating UEFI BIOS on Lenovo ThinkPad X220

I've got a ThinkPad X220 and I've been a bit lax about patching the UEFI/BIOS. But recently this SMM "Incursion" Attack has been getting a bit of publicity and it's spurred me to try to patch it. It's worth noting that this bug is not specific to Lenovo, but …

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