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Andrew Fletcher
05 Sep 2022
Find by file name To perform a find command in terminal use find / -name php.ini -type f find / -name {filename} {type parameters} Note there are many parameters in the commands, so I'll cover a couple regular expressions here.  Such as,  -name matches the string being searched and is case sensitive -iname matches the string being searched and is case insensitive -type f means to find a file with the name being searched.  In this instance php.ini -type d find a...
Andrew Fletcher
11 Aug 2022
I had generated a backup of key directories on the server - see Create a Ubuntu...
Andrew Fletcher
11 Aug 2022
An approach to generating a backup server is using a shell script.  A script can...
Andrew Fletcher
09 Jul 2022
Creating a bash script Bash scripts are files containing code that tell your...
Andrew Fletcher
24 May 2022
How do you generate a .pem file from an existing .ppk key? Is putty on your...
Andrew Fletcher
09 May 2022
In this woalk through I am going to use GitHub.  However, the steps are similar to a Bitbucket profile.  Logged in to your GitHub account, click your profile icon, located (at the time of this writing) on the top right corner.  Select Settings Click SSH and GPG Keys Click Add New SHH Key A new page will open  requiring Title Key Type a title that represents the project you are working on. Open your terminal application and enter the command ls -al ~/.ssh The period before the name is...
Andrew Fletcher
05 Apr 2022
In terminal I ran a regular command - compose update.  Something I've completed...
Andrew Fletcher
25 Mar 2022
Currently I'm working through an app that has been abandoned by the developers....
Andrew Fletcher
17 Mar 2022
First off, this isn't the only method to achieve the outcome of emptying a...
Andrew Fletcher
13 Mar 2022
Changes in your .env file Connecting your app to the new environment you need...
Andrew Fletcher
13 Mar 2022
Clear DNS Cache The DNS (Domain Name Service) cache on your Mac helps browsers locate and connect to web addresses quickly. If your browser Safari or Chrome still fails to load websites, this can be the result of an obsolete DNS cache may be causing the issue. In this instance you want to focus clearing the cache.  Using Terminal or iTerm2 enter the following command: sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder  
Andrew Fletcher
07 Mar 2022
Changing git push from passphrase?  There are several ways to tackle this step....
Andrew Fletcher
18 Feb 2022
We are going to work through two methods of creating the SOLR cores. Variables...
Andrew Fletcher
10 Feb 2022
xdebug - failed to solve with frontend dockerfile.v0: failed to create LLB...
Andrew Fletcher
27 Jan 2022
Create and push to Docker Hub Creating your own custom image... you need to...