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add_open_with_sublime_text_to_context_menu @sysadmin:windows:tips_and_tricks
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em add it for folders @reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\Open with Sublime Text" /t REG_SZ /... Sublime Text 3" /f @reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\Open with Sublime Text" /t REG_EXPA... " /d "%st3Path%,0" /f @reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\Open with Sublime Text\command" /t REG_SZ /... it for inside folders @reg add "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\Open with Sublime Text"
pleroma @self-hosting
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JSON file should end up in the ''static/themes'' directory. On my OTP installation, that was ''/var/lib/pler... /themes/''. **Note:** you may need to create that directory. Now that I had my theme on the server, I needed... - Stop the Pleroma service. - Go to the working directory of Pleroma (default is ''/opt/pleroma'') - Run ... - Stop the Pleroma service. - Go to the working directory of Pleroma (default is ''/opt/pleroma'') - Copy
example_automated_debian_install_script @sysadmin:linux:debian
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ostname string http.us.debian.org d-i mirror/http/directory string /debian d-i mirror/http/proxy string # Su... ishes, but when there is # still a usable /target directory. You can chroot to /target and use it # directly,
pleroma_source_install @self-hosting
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- Stop the Pleroma service. - Go to the working directory of Pleroma (default is ''/opt/pleroma'') - Run ... - Stop the Pleroma service. - Go to the working directory of Pleroma (default is ''/opt/pleroma'') - Copy
privatebin @self-hosting
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tempt to serve request as file, then # as directory, then fall back to displaying a 404. # tr
start
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r to find, both for myself and for all y'all. </WRAP> ===== Directory ===== * [[recipes:start|Recipes]]
request_tracker @self-hosting
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0%> **NOTE:** You'll need to create the following directory otherwise Nginx will throw a fit: ''/var/log/ngin
common_commands @sysadmin:linux
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ername>'' Options: * ''-m'' - creates the home directory for the user * ''-G'' - //appends// groups to t
mastodon @self-hosting
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ools</code> - Remove ''mastodon'' user and home directory((can free up almost 2 GB worth of space!)): <code
nginx-config @self-hosting:privatebin
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tempt to serve request as file, then # as directory, then fall back to displaying a 404. # tr
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  • Last modified: 2019/11/10 19:46
  • by mjorgensen