Monthly Archives: May 2016

digitalocean – 404 Not Found [IP: 80]


Err trusty-updates/main libc-bin amd64 2.19-0ubuntu6.9
 404 Not Found [IP: 80]
Get:1 trusty-security/main libc-bin amd64 2.19-0ubuntu6.9 [1,165 kB]
Get:2 trusty-security/main libc6-dev amd64 2.19-0ubuntu6.9 [1,910 kB]
Get:3 trusty-security/main libc-dev-bin amd64 2.19-0ubuntu6.9 [69.0 kB]
Get:4 trusty-security/main libc6 amd64 2.19-0ubuntu6.9 [4,717 kB]
Err trusty-updates/main libapt-pkg4.12 amd64 1.0.1ubuntu2.14
 404 Not Found [IP: 80]
Get:5 trusty-updates/main apt amd64 1.0.1ubuntu2.14 [955 kB]
Err trusty-updates/main libapt-inst1.5 amd64 1.0.1ubuntu2.14
 404 Not Found [IP: 80]
Err trusty-updates/main libexpat1-dev amd64 2.1.0-4ubuntu1.2
 404 Not Found [IP: 80]
Get:6 trusty-security/main libexpat1-dev amd64 2.1.0-4ubuntu1.2 [115 kB]



Thanks for writing in!

We’ve updated the mirrors, and it will take some time complete. But should be wrapping up very shortly.


/\/\o || DigitalOcean Platform Support Specialist

lightGallery – lightbox for HTML5 video formats – MP4, WebM, Ogg, etc

lightGallery supports all types of HTML5 video formats. Such as MP4, WebM, Ogg, etc.

To display html5 video create your video content using html5 video tag inside a hidden div. Then just add id or class name of the object(hidden div) which contains your html, inside the data-html attribute. data-src should not be provided when you use html5 videos . You can even provide video html directly inside data-html attribute. lightGallery will automatically check your content, and if it is id or class name of your hidden div content will be fetched from the div, and will be displayed as video. Otherwise direct content will be used for displaying the videos.

 It works!

We’ve recently noticed a potential risk to your LinkedIn account coming from outside LinkedIn


A few minutes ago I got this email from LinkedIn…
Looks like someone is selling 117 million LinkedIn passwords.

LinkedIn was hacked four years ago, and what initially seemed to be a theft of 6.5 million passwords has actually turned out to be a breach of 117 million passwords.


Hi Paulo,
To make sure you continue having the best experience possible on LinkedIn, we’re regularly monitoring our site and the Internet to keep your account information safe.
We’ve recently noticed a potential risk to your LinkedIn account coming from outside LinkedIn. Just to be safe, you’ll need to reset your password the next time you log in.
Here’s how:
  1. Go to the LinkedIn website.
  2. Next to the password field, click the “Forgot your password” link, and enter your email address.
  3. You’ll get an email from LinkedIn asking you to click a link that will help you reset your password.
  4. Once you’ve reset your password, a confirmation email will be sent to the confirmed email addresses on your account.
Thanks for helping us keep your account safe,
The LinkedIn Team


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