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    Development Server Implementation

    We’re running a LAMP stack on Ubuntu Server 64x 12.10 . Do you recommend not editing the iptables but instead editing the Apache co…
    By jtansley
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    Development Server Implementation

    Quick follow up question. How should I configure the iptables on the development server? I don’t want the public to be able to acce…
    By jtansley
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    Development Server Implementation

    Thank you very much for the quick replies! Your help is greatly appreciated. We’re going to develop locally and then test on a deve…
    By jtansley
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    Development Server Implementation

    Hello everyone! I'm working on a side project with a friend. We currently develop code on a domain/server package purchased on hostmonster. During development I stumbled upon Digital Ocean and decided to give it a try...
    8 By jtansley
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    Copy SSH key to clipboard

    Hello again, <br> <br>I figured it out. Instead of nano, I should have used the vi text editor. Doh! Such a simple solution. Thanks…
    By jtansley
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    Copy SSH key to clipboard

    Hi Etel, <br> <br>I really appreciate the assistance! Thanks for the reply. I am able to copy the SSH key to clipboard using PuTTY …
    By jtansley
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    Setup SSH keys but server still prompts for password?

    Thank you for the information! This is very helpful.
    By jtansley
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    Copy SSH key to clipboard

    Hello, I created an SSH key so that I can add it to Github. I am trying to copy the contents of /.ssh/id_rsa.pub to the clipboard but I am getting errors in both PuTTY and the browser console. I tried installing xclip...
    12 By jtansley
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    Setup SSH keys but server still prompts for password?

    Hello, I followed the SSH Keys tutorial here at DO but the server still prompts for my user password (not passphrase) when I login. I checked ~/.ssh/authorized_keys and there is only 1 line so it looks like the key c...
    22 By jtansley