Say you have a domain connected to just one site or application and this site is hosted on a server on your internal net.
This server address is then nat’ed in you firewall from an external address to an internal host.
If this is the case you probably want to redirect the dns lookups for the host to stay within your internal net.
If it would have been in the form of host.domain.tld things would have been simpler.
Turns out it is not that complicated to redirect just example.tld either..
Just add your domain as the host and the tld as domain and you are good to go!
Yesterday I learnt that you can actually take screenshots in the Preview application in OS X.
And if you use preview you can even save the file as a png at once and not have to go via saving as a tiff first, as when using Grab.app
Nice and convenient!
I recently set up browsing of a subversion repository in redmine but kept getting this annoying error:
The entry or revision was not found in the repository.
After a bit of googling and trying various things without success the thing that finally solved it was changing
SVN_BIN = "svn"
SVN_BIN = "/usr/local/bin/svn"
This is in FreeBSD, the location of the svn binary you want might of course differ.