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This post is mostly my own attempt at jotting down my notes for allowing password-less SSH authentication. The official Ubuntu documentation can be found here. Step 1: Generate your Public Key This is a one-time step typically. You can generate your SSH public key once and then install it on
With the release of PHP 7 many heavily used extensions had to be ported to support the latest version. One extension I use heavily is the Gearman extension. This is a great extension for developing PHP applications that can process data in parallel and distribute their load over a network
Unit Testing is always an adventure. One problem you run into from time to time is that you need to access a class' protected method or property. While there are loads of tools out there to make testing easier, this is one instance where you can use PHP's native Reflection
When you have a wide array of internal servers that you need to be able to SSH into at any given moment to check this or that, I find it's best to spend a little time and craft a quick bash script. This script allows you to present the user
In the not too distant past I was grappling with how to get PHP sessions running on Ubuntu to work as advertised in the manual. Here's some of my notes to pay it forward. Background Here's a little background on how sessions work in PHP: PHP sessions are (by default)