First of all, as a disclaimer: I am not a git guru but. It seems this subject is somehow obscure and it required googling around almost one day. Well, let’s get started. I assume that we have the following structure: repo1.git/ .git/ directory1/ directory2/ directory3/ and we want: repo2.git/ .git/ … Continue reading How to split a git repository into two
I’ve generated key pairs using PuttyGen, but they are not compatible with OpenSSH. How do I use these keys with OpenSSH? Well, PuttyGen supports exporting to an OpenSSH compatible format.
This post describes all required steps to make your Raspberry Pi to act as a Access Point. Prerequisites: A Raspberry Pi, model B. A boot SD card for the Raspberry Pi. A USB WiFi device that supports “Access Point” mode. An Ethernet cable to connect to the local network. IMPORTANT NOTES: Please make sure you … Continue reading Use Your Raspberry Pi as Access Point