A number of times, I want to create a Window Subsystem for Linux instance out of a Docker container.
The main reason for doing something like this is when a particular Linux version is not available for
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Multiple times when I change the path on Windows, via the ‘Environment Settings’ dialog, those changes don’t apply.
Even when I reopen the command prompt, the settings don’t seem to be there.
So, either I would log out of Windows completely and log back in or do a system restart. This was a big pain and God knows how much time I’ve wasted with this!
Recently, I got tired of this and decided to dig in a bit deeper and finally found the answer!Continue reading
Art is not what I think when I’m painting. It’s what you feel when you’re looking.Prof. Fabian Hemmert
But today, when I tried to log in from the browser extension, I kept getting an error.
Searching in the forum, I found the issue – I had to update the Vaultwarden server.
Since I was running Vaultwarden as a Docker container, and I had run the docker command directly, so I decided to create a
docker-compose.yml file instead this time.
I have a
projects folder in which I put multiple folders, each having an
So, the folder hierarchy looks something like this –
projects |-sampleproject1 |-index.html |-style.css |-sampleproject2 |-index.html |-style.css
I want to have each of these folders as subdomains to my domain, so I had to create an nginx
conf file for each one with a different
Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear.George Addair
This was quite a head-scratcher. I wanted to remove a user
sammy from the
sudo group and did that by running this as root
root> deluser sammy sudo
However, when I logged in as
sammy I was still able to run –
sammy> sudo su
Checking which groups the user belonged to was of no help either.
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When in doubt, choose the adventure.Friedrich Nietzche
I have to do a dump of a Postgres database on a regular basis.
pg_dump is the obvious choice to do this as is
cron to do this periodically.
But the main problem with this is –
pg_dump expects a password to be entered at the prompt. There’s no way to pass the password in the prompt to be able to do this.
Stackoverflow to the rescue.
What is required is a
.pgpass file in the