In this post I’m going to show you how to set up a multilingual, multi domain site with MODX Revolution CMS. There are several ways to do this. What I’m going to do in this tutorial is create separate pages inside of MODX using Contexts for every language and then map the domains accordingly.
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to set up your .bashrc to colorize the terminal automatically whenever you are using SSH.
I’ve been learning Japanese for a few months now and in this post I’m going to show you a few of the sites and apps that I think are very helpful. I will update this post whenever I come across new resources.
This is a tutorial on how to do magnetic field measurement with an Arduino, a HMC5883L triple axis magnetometer and a Piezo Speaker.
I’ve just created two Git wallpapers:
This is a tutorial on how to forward connections from Nginx to httpd in CentOS.
This is a tutorial on how to manually install Sun Java on Debian Linux. This may also work for other distributions but I cannot guarantee that.
Good instant messaging sounds are quite rare and I often dislike the default ones, so I searched for alternatives and found three which I want to share with you.
Desktop Info is a freeware program for Windows that’s very similar to the Linux program Conky. It’s very small and only consists of an exe file and an ini file in which the configuration is stored.
I’ve written a little program that sends a “left Windows key pressed” key event which brings you to the desktop. All you have to do is start the .exe file after logging in.