With nagios/icinga: check_mysql_dbs
In Apache 2.2 at least, if you have downstream (eg proxied from Appserver) content with the wrong MIME type you cannot fix it with ForceType as this only works on local files. What you want to do is something like this:
<Location ~ "\.js$">
This is particularly important nowadays as content sniffing is bad.
Just download & install the version for Redhat / Centos 7 Disclaimer: works for me, might not for you
Not exhaustive: readline-devel openssl-devel zlib-devel libffi-devel bzip2-devel
lonlat: a quick script to lookup longitude & latitude for a town on the command line: https://github.com/jamespo/commandmisc/blob/master/scripts/lonlat Requires python 3. Run with lonlat -m usage for how to setup, then lonlat -h.
Some interesting ones here. I like the look of sanic.
Go to about:config and change this value browser.urlbar.maxRichResults
Create file attachments directly from the system clipboard. Source: Attach from Clipboard
Find man pages too verbose and all you want are some examples? Try tldr – I installed the python client in a virtualenv Tip: you can get git subcommands docs by putting in the “proper” binary, eg tldr find git-checkout
Now FF 57 (Quantum) has been released, old style extensions are no longer supported. Here are replacements that I’ve found: Feed RSS mini icon on Bookmarks Button – Awesome RSS DownThemAll – Download Star Click-to-Play Manager – ??? Copy Plain Text 2 – Copy PlainText FireGestures – Foxy Gestures PrefBar – ??? Might require multiple …