TESTING SSL CERTIFICATES ON REMOTE SERVER
Testing your SSL certificates From time to time I need to verify the SSL certificate configured for a server - either within the webserver or the mailserver. Here are a few commands I regularly use on a Linux host to verify the configuration on the remote server to test: (replace HOST with either the hostname or an IP address) Testing on a webserver This is probably one of the most used commands when working on this topic:
POSTFIX RELAY AUTHENTIFICATION ON MAC OS X
Goal I develop locally with TYPO3 Flow and want to send out mails to test, whether my application is doing the right stuff when sending mails. But I don’t want to hassle with local mailboxes and fiddling around with my Mail client so that it gets the mails from the local host. So I googled a bit and found out, that Mac OS X ships with a full-blown Postfix which is just cool!
SWISS TYPO3-USERGROUP RELOADED
Welcome back! Today the first Swiss TYPO3-Usergroup meeting since a very long time took place at Snowflake in Zürich. I think it was a great success to have so many attendees from different agencies and I’m looking forward to the next of the planned quarterly meetings where several interesting topics will be presented and discussed. For all communication around the Usergroup, we decided to use the hash-tag #chtug. Good-Bye Website The website at swiss-tug.
HOW TO KEEP YOUR KIRBY-SETUP UNDER GIT
Why do it so complicated? Given that you want to use Kirby which manages it’s source-code with Git use a finished Theme to start right away to keep your content under control of Git anyway I thought it would be nice to have everything tied together and “under control” when we’re using Git for everything anyway. Of course, one can do it without that - but that would lead to strange situations like
Welcome! This is my next try to collect some notes and also publish them to the public somehow. After giving TYPO3 and Wordpress a chance, I’ve now switched to Kirby. Let’s see if writing plain text files locally and pushing/publishing via Git really makes it easier to publish something :-)