Daily Archives: Thursday 23/10/2014

Jessica, Chantelle and Baby Emily have a Chat Emily 23 OCT 2014

Shame, Emily really does get the short end of the stick in terms of photos and videos posted here on this blog. Second child syndrome I guess you could call it.

20141022 Emily lotter my wise old man little girl

Anyway, seeing as I literally just posted a video of a really big milestone for my wise old baby girl, I thought it only fair to prop up her video numbers by releasing this quick video I took of Emily back in April – when she was just a teensy weensy four month old baby.

And as you can see, Chantelle and Jessica seem to have enjoyed the chat! :)

There, I feel better as a father now.

Emily Leopard Crawls for the First Time Emily 23 OCT 2014

Wow, ten months down the line already and Emily continues to grow cuter by the day. Ticklish, talkative, inquisitive… and now we can add mobile to the list.

20140927 Emily and her bubble bath beard

Well almost anyway. She was already capable of moving her body around in a circle, but this evening she surprised Chantelle and myself by breaking out her first every leopard crawl.

I watched her first attempt, and then quickly ordered Chantelle to reset her for a second so that I could record it. Needless to say, Emily was less than impressed at having to start back at the beginning, but nevertheless, my little girl soldiered on and made her daddy proud!

See, see! :)

Ubuntu Server 14.04: How to Install Webmin Tips, Tricks and Tutorials 23 OCT 2014

So you’ve loaded up a copy of Ubuntu Server 14.04 (Trusy Tahr) on your VM, and because you don’t feel like doing everything via the command line, you now want the ease of use that Webmin supplies.

No problem, grabbing it and installing Webmin on an Ubuntu Server remains a relatively simple thing to do.

First, log into your server and edit the sources file:

sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list

Add this line:

deb http://download.webmin.com/download/repository sarge contrib

Save the file and exit the nano editor. Next we need to grab and install the PGP key:

wget -q http://www.webmin.com/jcameron-key.asc -O- | sudo apt-key add -

With that all done, now it is a simple matter to install the latest version of Webmin as you would any other Ubuntu package:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install webmin

Once the install has completed, you should be able to access the webmin console by logging in to either https://localhost:10000/ or https://yourIPaddress:10000/ (Note the HTTPS requirement).

Webmin-login

Remember, you need to log in with a user account that has sudo rights and of course a password (i.e., don’t log in with the root user).

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Related Link: http://www.webmin.com/