Just as a quick note to myself because I’m doing this more often in server setups these days (which nevertheless is still infrequent enough that I need to drop notes for myself) – to create a symbolic link (symlink) on… Continue Reading →
If you have scripts which need to be run in your local web browser but fall outside of your web root or any other declared vhost directory, there is always the option of simply creating symbolic links to these external… Continue Reading →
Symbolic links in Linux is clever, I’ll give them that, but they are a headache, and quite often cause even more headaches than what they are worth as far as I’m concerned. Nevertheless, if you do you a colour-coded shell… Continue Reading →
Curiosity, travel, and discovering new places. Craig Lotter's An Exploring South African is primarily a South African travel blog of things to do in and around Cape Town, the Helderberg, and the Cape Winelands.
A South African software developer at Touchwork, Craig Lotter is a husband to an artisan cake maker, father to two young ladies, and someone who is constantly looking for new places to explore. He is also not that bad of a writer either.