Monthly Archives: June 2014

How to acces your NAS from outside

Sometimes, accessing your computer from outside your home network can be tricky. Follow this simple steps in order to configure your router. For this, your will need: to have acces to your router admin interface to have a fixed ip

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How to add formated code in a WordPress post

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If you want to add lines of code in your blog entry, you will need to use shortcodes, such as: your code here The list of supported language can be seen at http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/posting-source-code/ If you are hosted on wordpress.org, then

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WordPress keep asking ftp credentials when i want to update

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If you want to update your WordPress installation from your dashboard and WordPress is always asking for your ftp credentials, then you may have bad files ownership for your WordPress files. To resolve this problem, connect to your server or

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How to comment part of a wikimedia entry

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I use a wikimedia installation as a personnal notepad. If you are like me and you want to remove some informations but not delete it, in case you change your mind, you can easily add comment tags: everything that will

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How to edit Sidebar in mediawiki

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If you have administrator rights on your own mediwiki installation, you can edit the sidebar menu by following this guidelines: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Interface/Sidebar In short, go to //yourdomain/yourwiki/index.php?title=MediaWiki:Sidebar&action=edit if you use long URLs and edit your menu. I hope this will help

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Mount smb share

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If you have a NAS at home and don’t want to work on directory on your laptop, in case something bad happens to it, you will want to automatically mount your network shares at startup. While nfs mount has several

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