Here a simple example to make a whell
First, install wheel package:
nickyvm$: pip install wheel
Then give the package you need offline and where to store it:
nickyvm$: pip wheel --wheel-dir=my_wheeldirectory psycopg2
Finally, to install it from offline:
pip install --use-wheel --user --upgrade --no-index --find-links=path/to/my_wheels psycopg2
On centos 6, the tmux version is too old to be used with iTerm integration available on OSX. Either, you run centos7 and use yum, or you download a new version of Tmux from the official web site and compile it:
On the server, create a new detached session named nickyvm-tmux for example:
nickyvm$: tmux new -s nickyvm-tmux -d
Afterwards, on osx make an alias that matches the configution below :
alias stmux_vm="ssh nickyvm -t 'tmux -CC attach -t nickyvm-tmux'"
My tmux configuration file:
set-option -g allow-rename off
set-option -g set-titles on
set-option -g set-titles-string '#T'
Source again your profile, open iTerm and call the alias. Enjoy
Select folders you would backup
7z a -p -mhe=on stuff.7z MyStuff
^ ^ ^ ^ ^
| | | | `--- Files/directories to compress & encrypt.
| | | `--- Output filename
| | `--- Encrypt filenames
| `---- Use a password
`---- Add files to archive
Once done, put the archive in an usb hard disk somewhere else than your home or in the cloud (for archivage).
Quick note on how to get first Record per each GROUP: