Quickly generate a self-signed certificate on the command line. Noting this information as the original source has disappeared and its handy to have around.
mkdir -p /etc/certs
openssl req -new \
-days 3650 \
-out "/etc/certs/EXAMPLE.COM.pem" \
-keyout "/etc/certs/EXAMPLE.COM.key" \
-batch -subj "/CN=EXAMPLE.COM"
# ensure that the files are readable
chmod o+r /etc/certs/EXAMPLE.COM.*
If you see an error message with Ubuntu Server 13.04 on EC2 like the following when trying to run commands:
perl: warning: Setting locale failed.
perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings:
LANGUAGE = (unset),
LC_ALL = (unset),
LANG = "en_GB.UTF-8"
are supported and installed on your system.
perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale ("C").
Error: The locale requested by the environment is invalid.
Then run the following and reboot (you might want to update the locale though):
sudo echo "" >> /etc/environment
sudo echo "LC_ALL=\"en_GB.utf8\"" >> /etc/environment
Reboot and this should fix your issues.
As of version 0.9.0 xmpp-ftw now supports the Superfeedr XMPP API. If you don’t know what Superfeedr is then read this shamelessly stolen description from Crunchbase:
Superfeedr fetches and parses RSS or Atom feeds on behalf of its users and then pushes them the new entries in these feeds. Superfeedr implements most of the current Real-time technologies and guarantees an entry detection time inferior to 15 min. Superfeedr has both an XMPP and a PubSubHubbub API.Read more: http://www.crunchbase.com/company/superfeedr#ixzz2T6A0Grml
The XMPP-FTW interface to Superfeedr is built off their documentation which can be found here: http://superfeedr.com/documentation#pubsubhubbub.