Automatic WordPress installation

Here’s a quick trick that allows automatic installation of WordPress on an HTTP server.

The normal process is: browse to wordpress.com, grab the archive locally, upload to your server, unzip and run the installer. Sometimes, you even have to unzip locally and then upload the whole sets of files to the server.

The automatic process can be done using Instant Install.
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Install OpenBSD from USB stick

Today, I feel like testing OpenBSD again. I want to see how it works as a workstation. So I’m gonna run a 4.9 (snapshot) on a Asus EeePC 901.

AFAIK, OpenBSD doesn’t provide official bootable USB stuff. I tried burning the various iso files on the USB stick but it wouldn’t boot… surprise! Then I tried using unetbootin which, of course, doesn’t support OpenBSD… Success came using a virtualisation software to install a minimal OpenBSD system on the USB stick and (re)run the install from there.
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