I work with computers a fair amount, so now and again want to keep track of things I’ve learned.
Sharing your localhost dev server with the world
Say you’ve got a server running locally—and want to quickly it share it with the world? You need a remote server that you have ssh access to.
ssh -R <remote port>:localhost:<local port> sjacoby@ <remote server>
You will need to enable
GatewayPorts on the remote
sshd_config (not your local machine):
Reload the remote sshd for the new config (on my Arch box, it’s the below).:
sudo systemctl restart sshd
Your locahost page should now be available at
<my remote server>:<my remote port>. Party on.
You’ve got this little slice of sweetness.
And if you want to do it in Vim, go with:
Credit to Pascal Prect.
Deleting Annoying Files
find . -name ‘.DS_Store’ -delete
find . -type l