Bit of an nuisance this one and it only crept up in the last few weeks. Turned out to be FileZilla which was the culprit.
SortTv is a great little perl script for sorting, renaming and organising your media. It's easy to set-up but I did run into a few minor issues. Here are the steps to install on Ubuntu Server.
I'm now running my own instance of Ubuntu 12.04 server at home and its great. I tend to use PHP Storm as my development IDE and I don't like how it copies all the files over to your system if you choose the remote options. Therefore mounting the remote file system as though it was local is idea. Below are the commands required, they don't need much explaining.
These are the steps I went through to get my new install of Ubuntu 12.04 up and running.
http://klau.si/dev - Setting up phpmyadmin, MySQL, PHP and Apache. If you are exposing Apache to the world then I would advise disabling PHPMyAdmin from remote access. Simply add the following to /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf
I've just spent some time installing and configuring Gitlab on my local dev server and to be honest I love it but I did have one small issue along the way.
It seems this is a common problem with an easy fix.
sudo apt-get remove --purge resolvconf sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart