Posts Tagged git

Improving my OpenVPN Ansible Playbook

I had a working OpenVPN configuration. But it wasn’t the best it could be. The manpage for OpenVPN 2.3 (community.openvpn.net/openvpn/wiki/Openvpn23ManPage) was used to find particularly interesting options. For most of the changes I had to find examples and more information through Googling, though blog.g3rt.nl/openvpn-security-tips.html is of particular note for popping up very often. Improving TLS […]

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Pushing an existing repo to github

Because I’ve had to do it a number of times, and had to look it up each time: Create the repo on github On the desktop/laptop/whatever, in Git Bash, change to the folder with the repo Run: git remote add origin [email protected]hub.com:username/repo.git, then git branch –set-upstream master origin/master and finally git pull And done.

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OMG C WHY

The bulk of this was written on Nov 16th before I finished CS137 at UW. Most of this stuff still stands. === (Also, why I’m glad I’m using Git, why I love Stack overflow, and frak yes Valgrind)

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My Git for CS137 setup

I’ve been using Git and GitHub for all of my CS137 assignments, in part to keep the files in sync between my desktop and laptop, as well as the UW server that I use for testing. The keeping everything in source control is a bonus, but one that comes in handy, especially branching when I […]

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ssh-agent messiness & solving it

I’ve known about ssh-agent for a while, but as I was practically permanently using PuTTY (on Windows), I only bothered with learning about Pageant. But Git uses ssh to connect to github, and I was getting tired of typing in my password with every push. I got annoyed with InteliJ for making me type in […]

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Getting a Python dev environment setup on Windows

I’ll be doing a fair amount of work in Python in the next few months, so I decided to sit down and get a good dev environment going. First on my laptop (32 bit is easier to deal with), then on my desktop. So I’ll be doing 3 things: Getting Git setup Getting Git working […]

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