Recently I ran into an issue where an installation of WordPress that had never had any issues updating stopped being able to update via the admin update button. These three commands fixed the issue.
Brian Carper has a great tutorial/write-up on how to effectively keep your .bash_history in sync between multiple terminals. Thanks Brian, I’ll definitely be using this! via http://briancarper.net/blog/248/
You know that feeling when you’re setting up a brand new server and it’s not set up the way you’ve spent years tweaking it to be? As opposed to the following (setting up a new linux box, not even ls works how I like it). After taking a brief glance at alias.sh, I decided I […]
Recently I needed to find the location of my Apache binary. I’ve been stumped in the past searching through /bin/, /sbin/, /usr/bin/, /usr/sbin/ and so on. I’ve tried using find before, but it is not even close to fast, and really shouldn’t be used just for finding the whereabouts of a binary. Enter whereis! Simply […]