I frequently need to get access to a machine behind a firewall to do some web development, but I don’t have a VPN available. Not a problem - just use a reverse SSH tunnel. By the end of this tutorial, we’ll be able to SSH to the remote server, as well as view any web pages that server has access to. We’re going to connect to the remote server using our local port 5000 - here’s how.
- I can’t believe this stuff exists… I love the internet. hello i am 82 years old and google is on my computer withour permission IT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL. my compoter is slow now and i want to contact the internet what is the number? Original awesome post
- Here’s a great guide for setting up a new remote git repo. Thank you, Tool Man Tim.
- Sparkup is a TextMate and Vim plugin for expanding short CSS style tags into HTML, written by my man Rico Sta Cruz. From the github page: You can write HTML in a CSS-like syntax, and have Sparkup handle the expansion to full HTML code. It is meant to help you write long HTML blocks in your text editor by letting you type less characters than needed. Sparkup is written in Python, and requires Python 2.
- PHP Quick Profiler This looks like a pretty cool tool to get a good idea of what’s going on in your PHP script without having to install tools like XDebug and Webgrind / KCacheGrind. Apple files patent for browser specific volume I’m not sure how this is anything new, tons of applications have their own volume setting. Quicktime, VLC, Windows Media Player. Chris DeWolfe bails as MySpace CEO Doesn’t seem like such a bad idea to get out now.
- OK, so I haven’t bought new RAM in years, but still, $61 for 4GB of ram? Unreal.