Installing mongodb on centos7

Installing mongodb on centos7: To install the mongodb server in centos7 first you have to add the mongodb repo: vim /etc/yum.repos.d/mongodb.repo Paste this into the file: [mongodb] name=MongoDB Repository baseurl= gpgcheck=0 enabled=1 Next, update your yum database and install the mongodb server yum update && yum install mongodb-org mongodb-org-server Your Read more…

Plecost tutorial

This is a basic plecost tutorial. Plecost is a commandline utility that will scan your wordpress host and identify lots of information leaks that could potentially help crackers breaking in to your site. There is some information at iniqua labs, but its a little difficult to get to grips with. Read more…


well, I now have a way to make tutorial videos, and this is really the last in a series of tests for me, this is the test of getting my video from youtube and generating a page with the video in it, its not yet working properly on the homepage – i need to put an if statement in the code to check if the file is a video instead of a picture.
it should be working on the front page as well, and the story should be ok in the categories, but the single page video is borked =P

this video is just me running an ableton session so that i could make a video of it and test everything…

Abelton tutorial number 6 – using reason inside abelton

if your like me, then you love using abelton, but you also love making drum beats with reason.
you can use your reason drumbeats (and anything else you have) inside abelton.

its an easy process once you know how to do it, and you can save the setup as a template, so that when you open abelton its already wired for use with reason.

so fire up abelton and lets get going.

basically im going to show you with pictures how to :
1) create new audiotracks
2) set the input to reason
3) wire up reason so that the individual drum sounds have a channel inside abelton
4) save the setup as a template
5) record the drums from reason inside abelton

so, on with part 1

make a few audio tracks (ctrl+t)