I never know what to do when this message pops up during a normal upgrade. Saying yes seems risky, so you typically would choose No so you could have time to research it and at least continue with the rest of the upgrade.
However when you do so, it will then lead you to another screen (I forgot to take a screenshot of that one) where it will say you should install on every partition regardless of the risk because it is recommended, which brings you BACK to this screen.
I’m not in the habit of reposting articles from the ‘net given the fact there are literally hundreds of thousands worth reposting, so choosing which would be difficult. But today I want to make an exception and repost something I find tremendously valuable, it is Time Magazine’s ‘How To Make Your Life Better By Sending Five Simple Emails‘:
A ‘forum’ aka ‘bulletin board’ is a website usually built on popular open source software such as PhpBB, VBulletin, Bbpress and many others. A good list of choices is here and here or just google ‘phpbb alternatives’.
A forum is a great way to get information about your product out there. It is ‘SEO friendly’, it is relatively easy to administer and maintain, and it is a great way to connect with loyal customers. But is it a viable solution for your company? I thought of a number of reasons why and why not: Continue reading
Many business owners just want to establish their place in the web so that when someone Googles them they will be found. Others just want to keep their business from looking like a fly by night operation and show anyone who searches them that they are legitimate. Still others have sites done to ‘show off’ as if to tell everyone that ‘hey, we’re hi – tech, we now have a website!’.
A website is a great solution for these but if a website is not updated it will easily give the appearance of a dead company or worse, one that was set up just to look legit.
To avoid that from happening consider these:
Yesterday I received this email supposedly from Godaddy, a domain registrar I occasionally use.It says ‘Your account contains more than 3259 directories and may pose a potential performance risk to the server. Please reduce the number of directories for your account to prevent possible account deactivation’.
It is followed by a convenient link to where I should login and fix the issue.
By default, Drupal only offers three types of date formats. Long, Medium and Short.
In this tutorial we are going to add our own: 30Jul14
After using a mass upload tool such as Feeds or Migrate to populate your site with as much as thousands of nodes, you will need to re – index your site so that SEARCH can be used.
The ‘Quick Links’ section of the BDO website features icons that a.) hardly represent the function they’re supposed to represent, and so b.) you need to mouse over them each time for ‘hints’ to appear to know what they are for. I often need to check the time or date of a deposit or withdrawal and the transactions icon is one of those – and to prove how confusing they are I’ve already forgotten which one even if I just clicked it a minute ago.
Finished in one month (more or less): JSTGLaw.com, the website of Javier Santiago Torres and Gorricetta Law Office with offices at Ortigas, Pasig, Philippines.
Well ok to be specific, they first approached me April 21, 2014. I sent my candidate template April 28, they approved my offer and I started May 15, and I officially delivered it June 17.
Here are the candidate templates I sent (NOTE: using copyrighted random images picked from the web):
After a recent dist upgrade, I was bombarded with these messages:
PHP Deprecated: Comments starting with '#' are deprecated in /etc/php5/cli/conf.d/mcrypt.ini on line 1 in Unknown on line 0
PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/lib/php5/20090626+lfs/mcrypt.so' - /usr/lib/php5/20090626+lfs/mcrypt.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory in Unknown on line 0
They are two error messages actually. First, comments with ‘#’ are now deprecated, and Second, there is a dynamic library php is trying to load (in this case mcrypt.so) but is not being able to find.
It is important to note that my websites were all working normally, indicating that both these problems were ‘minor’ in the sense that they are mere warnings – but they still need to be attended to of course.