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bio website jacobtomlinson.co.uk
location Exeter, United Kingdom
age 22
visits member for 1 year, 10 months
seen Jul 22 at 12:30

I am currently a Unix Admin at a well known British trading fund. I spend most of my free time tinkering with electronics and computers ranging from Arduino's to playing with CentOS on my VPS over ssh from my Macbook Air.

When I work on any project I like to learn by doing and so I find StackExchange perfect for helping nudge me in the right direction when I get stuck and so I try and give back just as much advice as I take.


Jul
11
accepted Use sips to pad just the top of an image
Jul
11
awarded  Commentator
Jul
11
comment Use sips to pad just the top of an image
Thanks for your answer. Would I be able to add transparent padding to a png using this method. And also would I be able to overlay other images and combine them into a single image? e.g I have a 1024x768 image and a 100x100 image and I want to put the 100x100 image in the top right corner of the 1024x768 image
Jul
8
asked Use sips to pad just the top of an image
Jun
30
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
30
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
13
awarded  Teacher
Mar
10
comment How to fix curl: (60) SSL certificate: Invalid certificate chain when using sudo
Yes I tried this solution when you first posted it. The certificates are in the system keychain and set as trusted. Still no luck.
Mar
7
answered Replacing DVD with SSD - What is the best way to test SSD reliability?
Mar
7
awarded  Benefactor
Mar
7
awarded  Scholar
Mar
7
accepted How to fix curl: (60) SSL certificate: Invalid certificate chain when using sudo
Mar
5
comment How to fix curl: (60) SSL certificate: Invalid certificate chain when using sudo
Thanks for this, I'd like to avoid using MacPorts if possible though.
Mar
5
comment How to fix curl: (60) SSL certificate: Invalid certificate chain when using sudo
As I said in the question I've added them to the system keychain as well as the login keychain already.
Mar
5
comment How to fix curl: (60) SSL certificate: Invalid certificate chain when using sudo
Thanks for this, sounds like what I'm looking for. I'll try it tomorrow and award bounty if it works.
Mar
5
comment How to fix curl: (60) SSL certificate: Invalid certificate chain when using sudo
Plus it defeats the point of using https.
Feb
28
comment How to fix curl: (60) SSL certificate: Invalid certificate chain when using sudo
Thanks for your answer, the script which is being run with sudo is from a third party and so I can't really modify the curl command itself. Insecure isn't really an option. Can this be done globally?
Feb
28
awarded  Promoter
Feb
21
asked How to fix curl: (60) SSL certificate: Invalid certificate chain when using sudo
Oct
19
answered iPhone sending invitations to appointments it didn't create