Setting up Mosh (Mobile Shell) Server on Debian Squeeze

A key with a browser behind it.My curiosity takes me to a bunch a different programs that I like to hack around with. Today it took me to setting up a Mosh Server. Mosh is a short term for Mobile Shell, which is attempting to act as an SSH (Secure Shell) replacement for a connection-less state. With Mosh, you are able to roam around on a 3G / 4G / Wifi / Work / Home and not have the need to always reconnect your SSH sessions or have a dedicated server setup with screen, which if that server goes down then you will have to reconnect all the sessions again!… Read More

Redmine on Debian 6 with Unicorn and NGINX

A unicorn with it's refelction in water.Redmine is perhaps my favorite Bug tracking, ticketing, wiki, forum, documentation software there is. My only complaint in the past about Redmine was the fact that you needed to use Passanger to run it (which is a RAM hog). Having a bunch of low end VPS’s (Virtual Private Servers) I decided to attempt hacking Redmine onto a 128MB Ram box. Well after doing my research I came upon a neat little trick, Unicorn. Unicorn is a webserver that we can use in place of Passanger to serve Redmine to NGINX, our main webserver. Time to gallop to the setup.… Read More

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