For a nice VM I needed a Linux server, but no need for a GUI, so went for CentOS.
Installed fine, but no networking. How do I install that? Turns out, it is installed, just disabled by default:
Find the line ONBOOT and change to yes:
UUID=some guid string
Then just restart networking at you should be up and running:
service network restart
Test by entering ifconfig and you should see the loopback address.
If you need to install Guest Additions on VirtualBox:
yum install gcc make kernel-devel
mount /dev/scd0 /media/cdrom
Using Apache you can stop directory listing with this line in your .htaccess
Basically it says stop access for folders without and index (index.html, index.php, etc)
Its fairly very simple to get a changelog from Subversion when you know the revision numbers you are searching for:
svn log -v -r3500:4000 http://svn.domain.com/trunk > /tmp/changelogs/4000.log
The above will get you a list of changes between revisions 3500 and 4000 and save it as a text file in /tmp/changelogs
Just a quick logo knocked up for Pete:
I need these all the time as I seem to have a problem remembering the amount of water to use…
500g minced beef.
1 Discovery Enchilada Kit.
50g Cheddar cheese, grated.
Pre-heat oven to 200°C. Heat oil in a pan and fry mince until browned.
Add sachet of spice mix, cook for a few seconds, then add 200ml of water.
Bring to the boil and simmer for 30 minutes, or until the mince is tender and dry.
Fill the corn tortillas with mince, roll up pancake style and lay side by side in an ovenproof dish.
Pour over Enchilada sauce, sprinkle with cheese and cook in a pre-heated oven at 200°C/400°F/Gas Mark 6 for 20 minutes, or until browned.