Monthly Archives: October 2016

Disable secret boot for ASUS motherboard

Reference: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2225322/asus-uefi-boot-utility-secure-boot.html

 

How to shut down Secure Boot on ASUS UEFI MB. Credit to romirez for the last clue I needed: set Master password on Main Tab BIOS.
So here are the steps to disable Secure boot in ASUS BIOS; first make sure you have a clean formatted USB I just used an old 2gb and formatted to Fat32 label it PK Keys, put it in a USB port and boot up into BIOS.
Go to Boot tab page down to “Secure boot” select by hitting “Enter”
Should open “Secure Boot menu” should show Secure Boot state as “enabled” and Platform Key (PK) state as “loaded”
Page down to “OS Type” select “Windows UEFI”
Page Down to “Key Management” select by hitting “Enter” select 2nd entry “Save Secure Boot Keys” to USB. AFTER you have saved keys and confirmed on another computer that you have ALL 4 files: db, dbx, KEK, PK should be ~ 15 – 20 kb total.
Page down to PK Management select “Delete PK” look right to info panel and read it, hit “Enter”. This disables Secure Boot in ASUS BIOS.

Hit F10 and reboot into BIOS

Go to Boot tab page down to “Secure boot” select by hitting “Enter”
Should open “Secure Boot menu” should show Secure Boot state as “disabled” and Platform Key (PK) state as “unloaded”

BitBucket Tutorial

 

Set up Source Tree

  1. Security Key Set Up
    A. Source Tree Side:
    Tools -> Create or Import SSH Keys -> Generate (PuTTY Key Generator) -> Copy the generated public key -> (Goto 1.B.a) ->(1.A.a) Save Public key  and Save Private Key (to a local folder)
    Tools -> Launch SSH Agent (Pageant) -> Add Key (Pageant Key List window) -> Load the saved private key (for listening SSH events)
    B. Web Side: [User icon] -> Manage Account  Bitbucket settings -> SSH Keys -> Add Key -> (1.B.a) Paste the public key and give it a Label as the name -> Add Key ->(Goto 1.A.a)
  2. Create a repository
    A. Web Side: create -> Under “Clone your new repo” copy the origin address something like “ssh://git@bitbucket.org/XXX/[RepoName].git” -> (Goto 2.B.a)B. Source Tree Side: (2.B.a) Clone/New Icon -> Paste Source Path/URL -> Set up Destination Path -> Clone (.git folder will be created in the destination folder)
  3. Add, Submit, and Push Changes to the source
    A. Source Tree Side:
    Any modified or new files will show up in the “Working Copy Changes” -> Select all changes -> Add -> Commit-> write commit message -> Commit -> Push -> select branch
    We can also create New Branch and push it to the source, or create new Label (mile stone) and push it to the source.
  4. check file status, ignored files, if sourcetree is not tracking the changes you just made.

 

Console interface (MINGW32):

$ cd c:/workspace
$ ls
$ cd [RepoFolder]
$ ls
$ vi file.txt #edit a file
$ git add .
$ git status
$ touch file2.txt #create a new file
$ git add .
$ git status
$ git add -u
$ git status
$ git commit -m “This is a update”
$ git push origin [BranchName]
$ git branch master #may fail
$ git checkout master #current branch name is “master”
$ git push origin master #current branch name is “master”

$ git status –ignored
On branch master
Your branch is up-to-date with ‘origin/master’.
Ignored files:
(use “git add -f <file>…” to include in what will be committed)

buildcuda/Gipuma/x64/Release/scripts/makeIgnoredCommitted.txt

nothing to commit, working directory clean

$ git add *
The following paths are ignored by one of your .gitignore files:
buildcuda/Gipuma/x64/Release/scripts/makeIgnoredCommitted.txt
Use -f if you really want to add them.

$ git add -f *
How to do it recursively?