# By default, each destination (name of new link) should not already exist
ln -s /home/user/project /var/www/html
# The link will be created inside /var/www/html having the name of the target i.e. project.
# If you want to have a symlink /var/www/html pointing to /home/user/project then you should not have the directory html present beforehand. So, you should only have /var/www and then running the following will create the desired symlink (don't do this unless you are sure)
mbpfan is a daemon that uses input from coretemp module and sets the fan speed using the
applesmc module. This enhanced version assumes any number of processors and fans (max.10), and it is distro- and kernel-independent.
# Create a folder
$ mkdir actions-runner && cd actions-runner
# Download the latest runner package
$ curl -o actions-runner-linux-x64-2.291.1.tar.gz -L https://github.com/actions/runner/releases/download/v2.291.1/actions-runner-linux-x64-2.291.1.tar.gz# Optional: Validate the hash
$ echo "1bde3f2baf514adda5f8cf2ce531edd2f6be52ed84b9b6733bf43006d36dcd4c actions-runner-linux-x64-2.291.1.tar.gz" | shasum -a 256 -c
# Extract the installer
$ tar xzf ./actions-runner-linux-x64-2.291.1.tar.gz
# Create the runner and start the configuration experience
$ ./config.sh --url https://github.com/TousssaintThomas/wren.v1.0.0 --token AB7YEM2R2HZDVVBJ3VEFFLLCSI5U6# Last step, run it!
# Using your self-hosted runner
# Use this YAML in your workflow file for each job
# runs-on: self-hosted