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Obtaining a SSL certificate for your website from StartSSL is quite straightforward. Use ExpressLane option from the StartSSL start page and steps will be self explanatory. Here I assume you already created a personal digital certificate, logged in to StartSSL, verified your domain, and created a private key (you can also create your own private key and a CSR yourself from openssl command) and finally downloaded/saved both your server certificate and private certificate files. Continue reading →
I had a Homeplug AV link between my router and and network enabled devices (Raspberry Pi running Raspbmc and a LG-DP1B Media player) in my bedroom. I used the Western Digital Livewire AV Network Kit, which conforms to the Homeplug AV standard. When I moved to a new apartment the performance of the Livewire AV link was degraded significantly. I used to have a consistent throughput around 40Mbps before (out of the maximum possible 200Mbps) in the previous apartment. But with a very old power-circuit in the current apartment and also due to the fact, the living-room, where the router is installed, and the bedroom are connected to two different power-circuits, the sustained throughput obtainable was only around 15Mbps. (Which is actually lower than a good quality 802.11g link)
The ipv6-ipv4 dual stack is now enabled for Padavan’s latest firmware for RT_N56U. This post is about firmware ‘RT-N56U_126.96.36.199-018 (en-ru). IPv6+IPv4. Linux kernel 3.0.43‘ Before entering ipv6 details in ipv6 […]
Method-1 If WordPress is installed to a SSL enabled web host, forcing SSL to the admin interface is quite simple. Just add following line in to the main wordpress configuration file ‘wp-config.php‘: […]