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mindplace / git_and_github_instructions.md
Last active Sep 14, 2021
Pushing your first project to github
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Make sure git is tracking your project.

  1. Using your terminal/command line, get inside the folder where your project files are kept: cd /path/to/my/codebase.

You cannot do this simply by opening the folder normally, you must do this with the command line/terminal.

Do you need a refresher on using your command line/terminal? I've compiled my favorite resources here.

  1. Check if git is already initialized: git status
@NathanGiesbrecht
NathanGiesbrecht / noip2.service
Last active Sep 22, 2021
Systemd Service file for no-ip.com dynamic ip updater
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# Simple No-ip.com Dynamic DNS Updater
#
# By Nathan Giesbrecht (http://nathangiesbrecht.com)
#
# 1) Install binary as described in no-ip.com's source file (assuming results in /usr/local/bin)
# 2) Run sudo /usr/local/bin/noip2 -C to generate configuration file
# 3) Copy this file noip2.service to /etc/systemd/system/
# 4) Execute `sudo systemctl daemon-reload`
# 5) Execute `sudo systemctl enable noip2`
# 6) Execute `sudo systemctl start noip2`
@seansawyer
seansawyer / README.md
Last active Aug 2, 2021
Managing OpenStack instances with Ansible through an SSH bastion host
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Managing OpenStack instances with Ansible through an SSH bastion host

I'm be using DreamCompute as my OpenStack provider, but there are dozens to choose from. I assume you already have Ansible and the OpenStack CLI tools installed.

Motivation

With the proliferation of OpenStack public clouds offering free and intro tiers, it's becoming very easy to effectively run a simple application for free or nearly free. Also with the emergence of Ansible, you don't need to learn and deploy complicated tools to do configuration management.