Initialize Git Repository from Local Files  git

Initialize a Git repository from a local directory, and the files therein, pushing it to an existing but empty remote. Assumes that the remote bare repository has been created. Requirements Git An empty bare remote repository Method Open a terminal/console (Terminal on Mac/Linux, cmd.exe on Windows) and ... More

Tracking viral entry into target cells by virological and immunological methods

Epstein-Barr virus is a γ-herpesvirus endemic (>90%) in the human population and implicated in a variety of lymphomas and solid tumours including Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Burkitt’s lymphoma and post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder. Despite the prevalence of EBV, little is known about the mechanisms of early infection, including the role of ... More

Developing with WP-Plugins SVN

The new plugin download interface, hooked into adds extra incentive for plugin developers to use SVN. There are a number of detailed SVN guides available, as well as an entire online book. But for casual plugin developers wanting to get the benefits of using the system most of ... More

KDE fileprotocol+transportprotocol://  linux

While getting started using the new SVN I was looking for a quick way to download the contents of an SVN to local disk. This can be useful when doing research on methods employed by other plugins or for getting a local development copy where SVN access is unavailable. Under KDE you can normally access any remote location using the standard URL format. For example, an SVN (using the svn://) protocol would normally be accessed using the URL style svn:// Many SVNs, e.g. svn:// can be accessed as expected. However, this is reliant on the server providing an svn:// protocol access which some do not – notably the SVN which instead provides access to the SVN through http:// only. In these cases you need a method for accessing svn:// via http:// ..and surprise, surprise, KDE can do that. As Sabin Iacob noted, it’s possible in KDE to provide separate file and transport protocol within a single URL. Doing this allows the filesystem to connect through one (transport protocol) and act on the result as if it were the other (file protocol). More

Apache vs. the Slashdot Effect  web

Increasing traffic is the measure of success for a website. More visitors equals more exposure which in turns generates more income. However, if you have hosted your site on a low-end package you could get hit by excess use charges just as your start celebrating your success. Here at the combination of 4,625 visitors (8,531 hits) a month and popular free downloads quickly helped trip our 1Gb bandwidth limit. In this article I’ll look at how I’ve used the combined power of Apache Server and Coral Cache to distribute all kinds of requests away from your server transparently. More

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