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When importing an old WordPress database, it may have tables in MyISAM. You can convert them to InndoDB in MySQL like so: If you run into errors like this: It’s because of the SQL mode. You need to remove NO_ZERO_DATE from the mode. First, see what SQL mode you have set: Then, set it to […]
As of Ubuntu 19.04, you no longer use /etc/resolv.conf for DNS servers. Instead, edit /etc/systemd/resolved.conf and add DNS=22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 (for example). Not this list must be space-delimited and not comma-delimited. Then, run systemctl restart systemd-resolved.service to apply your changes.
In VIP Go’s mu-plugins, to update everything:git pull && git submodule update –recursive –remote With VVV, after setting up a site, to enable Query Monitor:wp user add-cap wordpress view_query_monitor To flush memcache:echo ‘flush_all’ | nc localhost 11211
Many organizations have policies requiring you to change your passwords every 90 days. These policies are dumb, and make security worse. The following material should help you fight back against this nonsense. You don’t have to believe Paul Schreiber, but you should believe NIST, the FTC and the UK’s NSCS. NIST In 2016, the National […]
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Jobs’s taste for merciless criticism was notorious; Ive recalled that, years ago, after seeing colleagues crushed, he protested. Jobs replied, “Why would you be vague?,” arguing that ambiguity was a form of selfishness: “You don’t care about how they feel! You’re being vain, you want them to like you.” Ive was furious, but came to […]
Clay Shirky’s essay on Amazon and the book industry is so full of great lines, it’s hard to pick just one. The fact that any bookseller ever “runs out” of a book is now ridiculous. In the twenty-first century, not being able to correctly stock or distribute a product whose main ingredient is information suggests […]
“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. But there is this gap. For the first couple years you make stuff, it’s just not that good. It’s trying to be good, it has potential, […]