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abrudtkuhl / nginx-elasticsearch-proxy.conf
Last active Aug 23, 2019 — forked from karmi/nginx-elasticsearch-proxy.conf
NGINX Reverse Proxy Authentication For Elasticsearch
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# Run me with:
#
# $ nginx -p /path/to/this/file/ -c nginx.conf
#
# All requests are then routed to authenticated user's index, so
#
# GET http://user:password@localhost/_search?q=*
#
# is rewritten to:
#
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abrudtkuhl / es.sh
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Install Elastic Search On Ubuntu
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cd ~
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jre-headless -y
wget https://download.elasticsearch.org/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-1.2.2.deb
sudo dpkg -i elasticsearch-1.2.2.deb
sudo service elasticsearch start
#curl http://localhost:9200
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<?php
/*
Plugin Name: Posterous Importer
Plugin URI: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/posterous-importer/
Description: Import posts, comments, tags, and attachments from a Posterous.com blog.
Author: Automattic, Brian Colinger, Peter Westwood, Daryl L. L. Houston
Author URI: http://automattic.com/
Version: 0.10
License: GPL v2 - http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html
*/
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abrudtkuhl / .gitignore
Created Feb 23, 2012 — forked from redoPop/.gitignore
Template .gitignore file for WordPress projects
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# This is a template .gitignore file for git-managed WordPress projects.
#
# Fact: you don't want WordPress core files, or your server-specific
# configuration files etc., in your project's repository. You just don't.
#
# Solution: stick this file up your repository root (which it assumes is
# also the WordPress root directory) and add exceptions for any plugins,
# themes, and other directories that should be under version control.
#
# See the comments below for more info on how to add exceptions for your
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# This is a template .gitignore file for git-managed WordPress projects.
#
# Fact: you don't want WordPress core files, or your server-specific
# configuration files etc., in your project's repository. You just don't.
#
# Solution: stick this file up your repository root (which it assumes is
# also the WordPress root directory) and add exceptions for any plugins,
# themes, and other directories that should be under version control.
#
# See the comments below for more info on how to add exceptions for your
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