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How To Compress a Directory with the tar Command and Exclude Certain Files, tarball exclude files

When creating a tar-ball (compressing a directory of files), you may exclude certain files by using the –exclude flag. The –exclude flag will also work with a wild card “*”. Here is an example of how to tar-ball a directory from the parent directory and exclude certain files:

IMPORTANT: Be sure to use the… Read more How To Compress a Directory with the tar Command and Exclude Certain Files, tarball exclude files

FIXED: Grunt Dploy Not Pushing Files

I was trying to set up Grunt to deploy to my development server. According to the output in the terminal all went well. However no files were being uploaded.

When setting up the info in my grunt.js file, I had used the full path as output by the “pwd” command like this:

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How To Fix: “Errno::ENOENT: No such file or directory @ rb_sysopen – undefined” Grunt Error

While setting up a grunt.js file, I ran into the following stubborn error.

After having Googled several solutions to the problem. I ended up updating my Ruby and uninstalling and re-installing nodejs among other things. It turns out I had a misspelling in the directory of the key-data pair inside the grunt.js file. I… Read more How To Fix: “Errno::ENOENT: No such file or directory @ rb_sysopen – undefined” Grunt Error

How To Fix 403 Forbidden Error from htaccess File

As a web developer, you will likely need to make rewrites for clean URLs and produce an htaccess file so you can create ModRewrite rules. If you encounter a 403 Forbidden Error after creating the htaccess file. This happens because even though the htaccess file itself may have the right permissions, it is possible the… Read more How To Fix 403 Forbidden Error from htaccess File