Yearly Archives: 2017




As jQuery official documentation reports, the .serialize() method creates a text string in standard URL-encoded notation. It can act on a jQuery object that has selected individual form controls. The .serialize() method creates a text string in standard URL-encoded notation. It can act on a jQuery object that has selected […]

Convert ampersands before serialize()




To setup and run your Redmine installation as a Windows service, open a command prompt and type: cd C:\Ruby23\bin gem install win32-service Under you redmine installation dir (e.g. “C:\My_Redmine”) create a text file named “service.rb” with the following code (in this example our ip address is 192.168.10.1 and the port […]

Set Redmine as Windows service


Be careful, these commands are valid for MySQL environment. Other DBMS (PostgreSQL, SQLServer) could have quite different syntax. See redmine documents for details. We assume that you have already installed a MySQL environment that is up and running. Get and configure redmine application Get Redmine source code from here, and put […]

Install Redmine on Windows




To change proxy settings from cli in GNOME-based Ubuntu desktop, it’s possible to use gsettings commands. To see the current proxy exceptions, type the following command on linux console gsettings get org.gnome.system.proxy ignore-hosts The option ignore-hosts means the proxy exceptions. In this case the default output should be something like [‘localhost’, ‘127.0.0.0/8’, […]

Add proxy exceptions from command-line on Ubuntu GNOME


With WordPress redirection plugins you can easily set page 301 redirects. But sometimes redirection not involve “trailing slashes” (trailing slash means the slash at the end of an URL). For example, if you want to jump from get-in-touch page to conctact-us page,  a simple redirection means that www.mysite.com/get-in-touch and www.mysite.com/get-in-touch/ could be not considered as […]

301 redirection with trailing slashes on WordPress



The best way to collaborate with someone is to create an intermediate repository to both send and download data. We will refer to this repository as a “Git server”. Create a Git server is quite simple. To initialize any Git server, you must export an existing repository to a new […]

Create a Git Server