I recently purchased a new Chromebook and needed to set up an SSH environment to communicate with my servers. After testing a bunch I settled on this app. For me, it ticks all my boxes, it’s both configurable but simple, lightweight and user-friendly. One aspect though, namely saving new connection profiles was less intuitive to me. I thought I’d document my findings in the form of a short tutorial.
Whenever I install a new system, whether it be a Linux, Mac, PC or Chromebook I always go through the rigmarole of combining an operating system in UK English with a Swedish keyboard. In most cases it’s necessary for me to document any keyboard shortcuts I find and use for future reference. Its possible these shortcuts will work on any non-English keyboard too of course but here’s my findings on a freshly installed Chromebook from 2018. These shortcuts definitely work for me. Continue reading “My Chromebook keyboard shortcuts with a Swedish Keyboard”
If you own your own domain you can obtain an SSL certificate for your web site completely free from sslforfree.com. The certificate is valid for 60 days and will need to be renewed thereafter.
Below is a condensed, quick guide to the steps I took to enable and configure an SSL connection but first, why do we need to secure our web sites anyway and what is SSL? Continue reading “Installing a free SSL Certificate from sslforfree.com”
A quick heads up for Cockos Reaper. Reaper is a fantastic DAW despite having possibly the worst name in DAW history. Free for non-commercial use, frequent updates and will host a large number of plugin hierarchies. Reaper will run on Mac or PC and even Linux, with some coaxing. Continue reading “Reaper DAW – Audio Production Without Limits”