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Bodom78 /
Created Aug 22, 2018
ANZ eGate Test Credit Cards
Test Card Details To Use
Card Card Number Expiry Sec Code
MasterCard 5123456789012346 05/21 123
MasterCard 5313581000123430 05/21 123
Visa 4005550000000001 05/21 123
Visa 4557012345678902 05/21 123
Amex 345678901234564 05/21 1234
Diners Club 30123456789019 05/21 123
Bodom78 /
Created Aug 9, 2016
dos2unix all files in a directory

From your desired directory:

find . -type f -print0 | xargs -0 dos2unix
Bodom78 / laravel-mongodb-sentinel
Last active Jan 1, 2018
Use the Sentinel 2.x authentication package with Laravel 5.1 and MongoDB
View laravel-mongodb-sentinel
Work in Progress: More testing to be done.
At a glance Authentication, Activation, Throttle, Groups & Permissions seem to
be working.
Downside: Copy and modify files.
Upside: Not really much work to get it up and running.
Assumes you have Laravel 5.1, jenssegers/laravel-mongodb + session addon set up
and your app is namespaced to App/
Bodom78 /
Last active Feb 20, 2020
WHM/cPanel - Changing an accounts document root

To properly edit an accounts DocumentRoot go to /var/cpanel/userdata/username/ (replace username with the actual cPanel username for the account), then edit the file (where is your primary domain name).

You will see something like this in that file:

documentroot: /home/username/public_html

You will also see the cgi-bin area in this section:

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