I have recently added basic AMP support to the site (and I mean basic).
You can read more about AMP here: https://www.ampproject.org/Read More
As Plesk runs nginx on top of Apache, authorization headers may not be passed through by default.
If this is causing you issues, add the following line to your nginx configuration:
Just add the line to your fcgi config file i.e. /etc/httpd/conf.d/fcgid.conf on CentOS and restart httpd.
It's back up!
Apologies for the website being down recently. cPanel had updated and changed some configs affected symbolic links and my folder permissions. All back and working again now.
I've recently started looking into docker, and docker images which has been err.. interesting.
I'll be updating the site code at somepoint soon, so things may change slightly!Read More
I've been working more on Ubuntu lately due to the better native shell integration. With the large amounts of git and deployment work that I get involved in, better shell integration just wins hands down. Simple things like being able to copy / paste without having to use a mouse and right click in terminal windows saves a lot of time.
I recently started a new project and had some PSD's to work with. While they open fine on LibreOffice for viewing, sometimes I need to grab elements ou...Read More
I've recently been replacing various dead hard drives in computers around the house, and then it came to my laptop hard drive.
This is a 500gb WD average 2.5 laptop HDD. The drive is getting onld now, the laptop is nearing 4 years old, so it was getting errors as expected.
It wasn't until I looked at the S.M.A.R.T errors with a tool (e.g. StableBit Drive Scanner)
Now I never used the major/harsh power savings that windows has, it was always the normal / power hungry settings I used....Read More
Recently Windows 10 updated to build 9926, which initially felt like the whole PC was being installed again.
It went through the whole 'We're getting things ready' and installing your apps and such as if its a fresh install / refresh. Anyway, I noticed some changes to the UI and thought i'd post up some screenshots.
The new larger start menu
The new start screen with sidebar
The start search
The new settings screen
The personalise screen
Storage Sense (I haven...Read More
I recently purchased an AMD R9 290 and like many people I suffered the black screens and BSOD's after install.
After much digging and reading the tons of other people that experienced the same issue, I then completely removed the driver with the Guru3D Display Driver Uninstaller. I allowed it to restart my PC, I was then presented with a Windows logon screen, already further than various attempts before.
The next step was installing the latest Beta driver from AMD&nb...Read More
Zeroshell is awesome.
You can read more about Zeroshell here at http://www.zeroshell.org/.
I live in the UK and unfortunately am connected directly to a telephone exchange, this means no cabinet, and therefore no fibre broadband in the near future.
I've been using Zeroshell for some time now, but recently discovered that it could be used to create a VPN from my home with multiple internet connections to give me an increased bandwidth with failover setup
I have 2 20MB ADSL lines which for some is p...Read More
Since upgrading to Windows 8.1, i've been having major DNS issues. On my PC, at work and on my Surface Pro.
Many other people also have the issue and have tried various things such as the following:
netsh winsock reset
or constantly having to
Both of which only gave a temporary solution and would soon give me DNS errors again. I tried manual IP configurations, disabling IPV6 and trying fixed DNS such as Google or OpenDNS.
I then tried disabling the firewa...Read More
While trying to update Youtube on a friends phone, I was promoted that Google play services needed to be updated. Clicked to update and receive a notification that it cannot be installed to the default location. After playing around simply unmounting the SD card, then updating Play Services solved the issue.Read More