Posts Tagged ‘configuration’

LaTeX style (.sty) files

Posted: 27th June 2014 by Tim in LaTeX
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When writing LaTeX documents, you may find yourself copying and pasting some common settings such as margins, fonts and paragraph indentation. This is not only tedious, it can be a real headache if you’re writing multiple documents that you want to look the same. To solve this problem, you can use a style (.sty) file. […]

Doxygen highlighting is set up by default on most Vim installations, but for some reason it’s disabled. There are two options for enabling it. First, it can be enabled globally. This means adding the parameters to the global Vim configuration. Note that you may need to be root for this to work (ie: sudo echo […]

Adding subdomains in Apache

Posted: 20th August 2009 by Tim in Apache, Ubuntu
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There are a number of ways to add subdomains in apache, but here is the quickest and most basic way to get it done. This example is for Ubuntu 8.04, but may be used on other flavours of linux if you find the correct paths to the files. Let’s say you have a blog on […]