Drupal is an open source, free CMS (content management) system that can be used to build a wide variety of websites, such as this site. It has many features, including support for managing SEO URLs, which is notoriously beneficial for search engines. As elsewhere, unfortunately, errors can occur here, such as index.php files being unduly included in page URLs. In this short little troubleshooter, we'll look at how we can remove these unnecessary index.php parts from URLs.
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Ubuntu released version 2020 LTS (Focal Fossa) on April 23, 20.04, for which it will provide support until April 2025. It has even received an update since the release of 20.04, so currently 20.04.1 LTS is the latest version of this Ubuntu line. In this description, we will use version 20.04.1 to create the latest family member for the minimum servers. On this page we will walk you through the steps of the installer.
ImageMagick is a free and open source, cross-platform software package designed primarily for displaying, creating, converting, modifying, and editing raster images, but can also handle a variety of vector formats such as EPS (Encapsulated PostScript), AI (Adobe Illustrator) , PDF (Portable Document Format), etc. In total, it supports more than 200 image file formats. And Imagick is a native PHP extension that allows you to manage different image formats in a web environment using the ImageMagick API. In this quick troubleshooter, we take a look at how to fix errors from the software security policy with a little intervention.
Sometimes, for some reason, we get a new IP address, so we also need to modify the appropriate configuration files and make settings on our web server to keep the services running on the server running. Whether it is a home test environment, a live web server, or moving the server to another (network) environment, we need to make these settings in each case. In this description, we will go through the settings inside or outside the server that we need to change in order for the services on the machine to work with the new IP address.
Our obtained music files may not be in the most common mp3 format, but in m4a, for example. This wouldn't be a problem at all, because most music players know many formats, so there's a good chance we can play our music. But what if your favorite player still doesn't know this format and you don't want to switch to another player app? In this case, it will be necessary to convert your files to a format that our player also supports. In this tutorial, we will look at how to convert m4a music files to mp3 on Debian and Ubuntu systems by trying out several methods.
There is often a need to control a remote computer from another machine or even our cell phone. I installed Google Remote Desktop to control my Debian 10 from the other desktop, but I found that the remote Debian came in with a blank desktop on the remote control interface. This is because Google Remote Desktop on Linux machines basically starts a new session instead of using an existing desktop. In this description, after installing and starting the program, we make a setting that allows the remote control part to be connected to the same session on Linux host machines, which allows us to use the remote control system in the usual way.
In this dual-boot tutorial, we first install a Windows 7 operating system and then install a Debian 10 (Buster) copy. The installation is done on a 64-bit BIOS-based machine, where two 64-bit systems are mounted on two partitions on a single MBR partitioning scheme. This page will install Windows 7.
Master Boot Record (MBR) is a special boot sector at the very beginning of partitioned computer storage. Examples of such devices are built-in or removable hard drives, SSDs, and flash drives. The MBR concept was officially introduced in PC DOS 1983 in 2.0 and has been running on PCs with BIOS since then.
The GUID Partition Table (GPT) is a standard for arranging partition tables for physical computer storage devices, such as hard drives or SSDs, which uses universally unique identifiers (also known as GUIDs) to identify partitions on storage devices. . GPT is part of the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) standard.