ssh_exchange_identification – Issue with GIT and SSH

ssh_exchange_identification – Issue with GIT and SSH

We’re huge fans of Gitlab at Anlek and about 6 months ago we decided to retire an old server hosting a custom built of gitlab for a newer, easier to update, docker driven one. We upgrade to the new gitlab server and It was really smooth to setup when using the docker image from sameersbn. The gitlab server has been working great and sameersbn did a great job allowing you to customize it and has been keeping it up to date! Despite a smooth start, we’ve noticed that git commands which involved the gitlab server (pull/push/fetch/etc) were failing at a rate of 1 in 2 commands!

Sublime Text Editor Random Caret Height and Width

Sublime Text Editor Random Caret Height and Width

Recently when working in Sublime Text Editor I’ve noticed that my caret changed from it’s usual look and feel to something that was extra wide and extra tall! This didn’t bother me too much until it started covering up brackets or quotes under the extra width of the caret. I’m not sure why this happens but after a long search I was finally able to fix it: Under “Preferences” > “Settings User” just add this:...

Installing/Updating SQLite3 on Windows

Installing SQLite3 DLL To install SQLite3 in windows you require not only the gem but a DLL files in your system PATH (or in your windows/system32 folder). To obtain the DLL, go to: http://www.sqlite.org/download.html I always believe that DLLs belong in the windows/system32 folder but as long as you put yours somewhere where your PATH environment variable points to, you should be fine. Installing/Updating the SQLite3 Gem Normally to install the gem you’d call...

Mozilla Ubiquity!

The great guys at Mozilla have released an early alpha release of a extension for Firefox called Ubiquity. In short, this is where the web is going, allowing you to use everything on the web together. I could try to explain it but I believe the video tells it all: Ubiquity for Firefox from Aza Raskin on Vimeo. If this looks familiar to you, it’s because it’s interface and command line structure is very similar to Enso. Which does very similar things but for...