I was having trouble SSHing into my workstation.Â It would just hang at the login.Â I was worried that I had gotten 0wn3d.Â I logged in at the console and ran top and saw that there were a bunch of runaway imapfilter proccesses from my cron runs.
I ran imapfilter from the command line and got the following error:
ATTENTION: SSL/TLS certificate fingerprint mismatch.
Proceed with the connection (y/n)? y
In order to get rid of this error and make it cronable again, I had to delete the contents of ~/.imapfilter/certificates and re-run imapfilter from the command line, telling the program to accept the cert permanently.
This mailing list post was very helpful.
I’m still going to lock down my box anyway.
Tim says to check out Kaati rolls while I’m traveling.
This wiki page has info on how to configure e-mail integration in eventum which Boxcar uses to handle tech trouble tickets. I wanted to turn off auto issue creation because we get a lot of e-mails that don’t neccessarily want to become issues and then there’s the overhead of closing the issue.
The Allied Media Conference is taking proposals for some web development. Josh asked me about Drupal vs. Joomla, and I’m not that familiar with Joomla. This thread seemed to offer some insight.
kdenlive is the software I started using to play around with video editing on linux.
I’ve long wanted to be able to do a substitution or other command on a visual block. It turns out that there is a vim script called vis.vim to help you do this.
I read mail using a lot of different clients. So, I wanted to seperate my mail filtering rules from my mail client. Imapfilter does the trick and though it’s configuration language is daunting at first glance, it’s not too bad.
I was wondering how to drop all tables in a MySQL DB from the command line:
mysqldump -u username -ppassword –add-drop-table –no-data database | grep ^DROP | mysql -u username -ppassword database