Seamlessly login to locked down server with SSH ProxyCommand

It's a good practice to lock down the servers behind a firewall and only allow access via VPN. Specially the control ports like SSH, Control Panel etc. That would require you to always connect to the VPN before connecting to the server.

Serve your SaaS customer domains over HTTPS for FREE

Back is days at Haltrip, when we started to deploy our SaaS platform for the first time, we were given an estimation of max 10 clients. So we decided to invest less time into our DevOps automation. Business decision was to onboard every client manually. Fast forward few months, we already hit a wall!

How to get human readable file size on Mac (/*BSD) terminal

Getting file size from OSX terminal is a pain. Actually it's a pain in all BSD variants. We normally use `ls -sh` on Linux derivatives. But this command on Mac doesn't return a human readable value.

How to personalize the fancy warning message of sudo

On that post I wrote about how to enable the warning message forever when using sudo. Now I'm going to write about how the change the warning message and personalize it on your own.

How to keep the fancy warning message of sudo forever

You may have noticed the warning message while using sudo for the first time on Linux. I think it's fancy to keep the waring message not only for the first time but for all the time, and surely I like it.

Recursively change permission of files or directories only (*nix)

The issue arises because we may not need the same permission for the files as like the directories. Take a website as example. Generally website files have 644 permission and directories have 755 permission.