Setting Up Ghost on OpenShift using Ubuntu

Setting Up Ghost on OpenShift using Ubuntu

DEPRECATED - Red Hat has retired OpenShift v2### The silver plan, paid by use, has been replaced with a $50/month pro tier. Now I'm using Heroku, whose paid plans start at $7 US/month. Using Kubuntu 13.10 x64, revised for Ubuntu 14.04. Insert your own values for `**CAPITALS**`. ###Initial Setup### Sign up with OpenShift.com Setup Ruby and Git by cmd, for Ubuntu/Kubuntu 14.04. sudo apt-get install ruby-full git-core Setup Ruby and Git by cmd, for Ubuntu/Kubuntu 13.10 and earlier. sudo apt-get install ruby-full rubygems git-core Verify Ruby and Git have installed properly.…

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About Me

About Me

I'm a computer tech, originally from Toronto, hold a recent degree and offer lots of experience. It'd be great to try something new, like analytics, but my current lot is still a good one and puts food on the table. If you're interested, please take a look at the links below! Relevant: Resume LinkedIn Gratuitous: Google+ Facebook Overkill: SeƱor Woof Let's Loop…

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Disable Stupid Blue Glow in KDE

Disable Stupid Blue Glow in KDE

I can't stand KDE's default blue glow. Here's how to disable it. I'm using Oxygen for window decorations, but the procedure should be the same for everything else. System: Kubuntu 13.10 x64, KDE: 4.11.2 Start/K Logo > System Settings Workstation Appearance, under Workstation Appearance and Behaviour Window Decorations > Configure Decoration The decoration in use is highlighted Shadows (tab) Active Window Glow (uncheck) OK and close out of any remaining windows And here is the same window without the glow! {<2>}…

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