One problem with mobile data here in the UK is that everything is NATed to death. Most consumer mobile data connections do not support static IP‘s and those that do are expensive. Also, the UK is lagging behind most of the world in providing access to the IPv6 internet. It’s not that IPv6 is new […]Read more "Getting IPv6 working on the UK Mobile Network"
By default the sshd service is not installed in the debian distrubution used on the Raspberry PI. For most uses this isn’t really necessary but if you are intending to use the pi without a screen then you need some way to get into it over the network. All you need to do is to […]Read more "Getting SSHD to run on boot"
Keys are the basis of public key algorithms and PKI. Keys usually come in pairs, with one half being the public key and the other half being the private key. With OpenSSL, the private key contains the public key information as well, so a public key doesn’t need to be generated separately. Public keys come in several […]Read more "Generating private keys with openssl"
This article covers how to get NetBeans to use a Maven installation on a remote server. This has been tested with Maven 3.0.2 but should work on any other version. It may also work for other IDE’s like Eclipse if you can get them to use an alternate maven installation other than the internal one. […]Read more "Performing remote Maven 3 builds with NetBeans 7.0"
I’ve been playing with NetBeans 6.7M3 and the latest Mercurial plugin and found that I couldn’t push to a remote repository via ssh. All netbeans would return was: Here the remote server is trying to prompt for the login password but fails because OSX 10.5 does not have the ssk-askpass command. After some searching on […]Read more "ssh-askpass on OSX 10.5"