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Created by Dr. Xi on May 25, 2012 15:47:34 Last update: May 25, 2012 15:49:33
Steps to configure SSL for Apache HTTPD server on Windows: In Apache2.2/conf/httpd.conf , load mod_ssl and include httpd-ssl.conf :
LoadModule ssl_module modules/mod_ssl.so ...In Apache2.2/conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf , make sure the paths for the cert files point to the cert and key you want to use:
# Server Certificate: # Point SSLCertificat...Start up Apache. If it fails, use the command line to see what the error is. There won't be any log in error.log if there are errors in the conf files:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Apache Software Foundation\...I corrected the previous error by using the alternative line for SSLSessionCache :
# Inter-Process Session Cache: # Configure ...
Created by woolf on February 10, 2011 12:51:14 Last update: February 10, 2011 13:06:11
Windows command line shell does not come with a sleep command. One trick is to emulate sleep using the ping command:
C:\>ping /? Usage: ping [-t] [-a] [-n count...To sleep for about 5 seconds:
@rem make sure to ping a non-existing IP, otherwis...If you have the Windows Resource Kit installed, it does provide a sleep command:
C:\>sleep Usage: sleep time-to-sleep-in-s...
Created by magnum on December 03, 2010 08:53:18 Last update: December 03, 2010 08:54:23
You can use the ntfsresize utility on Linux to shrink or expand an NTFS partition (boot, for example, with the DRBL live cd). To shrink an NTFS partition: shrink NTFS (the file system) with ntfsresize. re-create a smaller partition to hold the shrinked file system with FDisk. To expand an NTFS partition: Recreate a partition that's bigger than the previous one. expand NTFS to the full size of the new partition. The following are from excerpts from ntfsresize FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) : ntfsresize help:
[tinker:root]:(~)# ntfsresize -h ntfsresize v1....ntfsresize example session:
[tinker:root]:(~)# ntfsresize -s11000M /dev/hd...Fdisk example session:
[tinker:root]:(~)# fdisk /dev/hdc ...
Created by voodoo on July 11, 2009 15:14:55 Last update: July 29, 2010 22:45:48
cURL is a command line tool for transferring files with URL syntax. The main purpose and use for cURL is to automate unattended file transfers or sequences of operations. It's really easy to see HTTP headers with curl:
C:\>curl --head http://www.google.com HTTP/1.0 ...or, headers and page together (dump headers to stdout):
$ curl --dump-header - http://www.google.com HTTP/...Download openssl from openssl.org:
C:\>curl --help Usage: curl [options...] <url> ...