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SSH as a Socks Proxy

Did you know can transform any machine that you can ssh to into a quick and secure socks proxy? I find that very useful in at least 2 scenarios:

  • Trying to access an web application from a private network. A example would be to configure some network devices (nas, voip phones) that are located on a client’s internal network
  • When you’re on a unsecure network, like a wireless hotspot and you’re afraid that your password can be sniffed

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Ubuntu SVN Setup

If you’re looking over the perfect subversion setup in ubuntu you’re at the right place. I’m a long time subversion and ubuntu user and I’ll try to share some info on how I keep my source code safe. This article will cover how you can setup your own webdav enabled, multi repository subversion server.

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