Have you ever had to connect to an SSH server that is behind some sort of firewall? Luckily, SSH makes connecting to these systems simple by allowing us to “proxy” through any command, even another SSH connection! Read More
As a follow-up to a previous article, I will explain how to use Socat + PuTTY to connect to remote MySQL sockets.
This was a rather challenging task that I recently took on in order to setup code versioning for some WordPress Themes and plugins that I have been working on. There were plenty of articles explaining how to compile a Subversion to the $HOME directory on a BlueHost account, but due to a recent OpenSSH update […]