Turns out when using HTTP2 in Firefox, Internet Explorer and Edge you should not have any newline characters in your HTTP response headers.
Since the Anniversary Update, Windows 10 includes the ability for desktop users to install and run a copy of Ubuntu terminal within Windows! Known as the Windows subsystem for Linux or WSL for short it is available for any Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise system with the right updates. I originally wrote an article here about the… Continue reading Run Ubuntu 16.04 on Windows 10 Creators Update
An updated revision of this guide exists for users of Windows 10 Creators Update (1703) released in April 2017. As of release 1607* Windows 10 includes the ability for desktop users to install and run a copy of Ubuntu terminal from within Windows! Officially called the Windows subsystem for Linux it usually goes by a… Continue reading Run Ubuntu Linux and Bash on Windows 10
In this entry I will guide you to update the standard terminal editor used by Ubuntu from its classic 2009 revision to its latest release.
The other day I was toying around with HTTP2 support and Jetty 9.3 on my Ubuntu Server 14.04 VM install. I had mostly followed the helpful instructions in the Jetty: The Definitive Reference on setting up the application as a web server with support for http, https, deploy modules. But whenever I tried to implement… Continue reading Jetty 9.3 HTTP2 dependency issue with Ubuntu 14.04
Introduction In this guide I will walk through the process of hardening HTTPS connectors used by Apache Tomcat. As unfortunately the default configuration of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS using Tomcat 7 and OpenJDK 7 are vulnerable to a number of attacks and weak encryptions. You can test your own site’s HTTPS implementation against these weaknesses at… Continue reading Secure and harden Apache Tomcat’s SSL/TLS