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Hands down, after my simple installation tests, Drupal is more portable. No? Oh really?
Try renaming your wordpress directory and see if wordpress will automatically figure it out... lol No, it won't. Drupal will.
Simply because Wordpress developers have or perhaps had poor programming standards believe it or not. It is pathetic when you think about it because programmers should always take this into consideration when programming. This is why Wordpress will cost you more in the long run. While it will offer you features, when something breaks, you better believe its going to cost you more money.
I decided that enough was enough! I signed up for the FLOW 5 MB package last week during their free installation promotion - it took about 4 minutes to sign up. Columbus Trinidad/FLOW called me on Monday but I missed the call and the end result was that the technician feel ill and could not install for me on Monday. They called me back and told me Friday. I was extremely disappointed and upset that it would take an additional 3-4 days to get the internet BUT they kept their word and installed on Friday so definitely I would like to commend them on dates and times - they do stick to what they say unless its really out of their hands or so I believe. The technician was extremely friendly and courteous - he even understood when I explained to him that I wanted a need install of the cable which had to run overhead through my dining room and living room since my core switch is at the "core" of the house. Within 5 minutes after he installed the cable, he called them to activate and after 1 minute, I was online and running!
So how has it been so far from my experience? EXTREMELY BETTER THAN TSTT'S SERVICES. I have to tell you though that internet does not "feel" faster as yet and I think its because browsing webpages doesn't necessarily show the 5MB capacity but heck, I'm paying 199.99 for a 5 MB versus TSTT's 2MB package for ~230 dollars. TSTT even tried to offer me a 4MB package for ~192 but I would have to sign a 3 year contract with them - I have to wonder sometimes if people actually think before they sign stupid contracts like that - but then again... okay, let me not bash people about not thinking.
Well I've started doing some work for Christmas around the house and I realized today that tiling a wall is harder than it seems far less for a whole room like a bathroom or a toilet... now its difficult when you're trying to do it right... if you do it half way, it mightn't be so difficult.
So I learnt firstly that you can't just tile a painted wall and expect the best results... so I decided to use a grinder for the first time to make mahem on the wall (make it rough enough) so that the tinset will bond to the wall. Secondly, tinset is a little tricky, a little too much water and you're going to have a runny goo and too little water and your arms will hurt just mixing (just like cement). So I took a little tinset and added a little water until I got what I wanted... it isn't hard to figure out. The hardest part for me is using the trowel... but it did make sense when I got the hang and I realized that tinset comes out easily from tiles so its no biggie if you throw down some.
So tomorrow I have to continue this wall and then I'll have 2 more.... its a lot of work, I hope it comes out alright.... oh lastly, spacers doesn't always help to line up your tiles so don't depend on them too much....
So I began testing an LG Bluray player with built in network access to stream videos over the network. The LG bluray came bundled with Nero MediaHome 4 which is a simple application to enable you to share videos on your computer to your home network and basically let the LG bluray player to play movies from over your network.
After noticing a dramatic decrease in performance on my RAID 1 computer, I opened up Windows Task Manager and clicked the Processes tab and enabled I/O Read Byes and I/O Write Bytes. To my amazement, it seems the Nero MediaHome 4 background service was writing exessively to the drive even while it was not being used for streaming purposes. In fact, there were more writes than reads which is extremely odd since Nero MediaHome4 is responsible for reading from the hard drive so it is very strange to see I/O writes peaking.
In any event, enough was enough, this program is crap so I removed it and decided to keep it simple. Low and behold, I was extremely shocked to see the effeciency of Microsoft Media Player 12 Media sharing (yes, Microsoft actually gets it right sometimes). After running tests, Microsoft's implementation was twice as fast at listing files and was much less resource intensive than Nero Media Home 4 by far.... a little bit shocked, my confidence in Microsoft has once more been re-established a little more.
There are alternatives such as XBMC which was not tested so I can't comment on its efficiency.
I thought this would be useful in helping to secure your CentOS linux box better
So basically, the default SSH port is 22 allowing anyone to be able to get to your username and password prompt and do some bruteforcing etc.
You can move SSH to a different port by editing the /etc/sshd/sshd_config file
I like to use nano (a small text editor to edit text files in CentOS) so basically you type the following at the console prompt
Look for the line
Remove the # from the start of the line
Change the number 22 to some other number. Make sure the number is a positive number and less than 65535. Also make sure its not a port in use. For example port 80 is used for http so you never want to use a port that is currently in use by another server application that is listening for connections.
Save your config file
Then do the following:
service sshd stop
service sshd restart
Now open another ssh client and connect to the new port and make sure it is working before you close off your previous ssh client connection (this is to make sure that you can get back into your linux box)
WARNING: IF YOU DO THIS WRONG, YOU CAN LOSE ALL ACCESS TO YOUR BOX!!! WHICH COULD BE SERIOUSLY HORRIBLE.
I discovered that crontab files for users are also stored in the /var/spool/cron/ directory
as well as the /etc/crontab file and a few sub folders which you can find by typing
Thanks to lowendtalk.com and Alex_Liquidhost for this:
iptables -A INPUT -s x.x.x.x -j DROP
where x.x.x.x is the IP address
I haven't tried it but it seems fairly straight forward and should work.
Of course, please be careful using the iptables command since it can be used to block all connections to your server.
To generate a public key which is to be placed in the /home//.ssh/authorized_keys of the server you are trying to connect to. This will allow you to SSH without a password.
On the client machine, run: ssh-keygen -t rsa
Put this key into the authorized_keys in the remote computer :)
If this helped you, please link back to the article! Thanks!
For me, spending money is a science. Sure, sometimes luck helps when buying a product or service but definitely for the most part of it, its a science. So you might be wondering what I'm talking about and basically these general rules or "science" is just how I do things, there's no necessary wrong or right and you might do things differently.
So let's say I need a website and I either have two options:
1. Buy a solution
2. Create a solution
Initially, it might be easy to throw some money at it to get a solution that works out of the box which is what you'd be paying for. But let's just say that solution is 5000 dollars U.S (of course this is just an arbitrary figure, I'm just giving example)
I could build the solution which would simply cost me some of my time (...some what FREE). I'd probably choose building it because I'd get the added benefit of learning plus it would cost me a lot less to maintain hopefully in the long run and I own it.
So this is kind of how I think about open source technology because when something is free, you can't blame it really. Your Return On Investment is instant. You don't have to hope and pray that your solution will work and whether it works or fails, it matters very little because you don't waste money. So think of this on the business aspect, does it apply? Of course it does.... Make it Agile and then it's even better!
So why can't people see this? Well that's another topic I'll write on.... "People that over-think processes"
Hi everyone, just want to wish you all a merry christmas! Thanks for the support!
If you are the Lord, God, Almighty, put all this into positive alignment
Wow, I wasn't convinced that Christopher Nolan was a genius when he wrote the new Batman scripts but definitely after seeing Interstellar, I was blown away. Seeing this movie was extremely emotional for me with flashbacks of my father who has passed away and also trying to understand the science behind our universe. This is one of the movies that will make you wonder more about life and the universe in such a way that you get that feeling that there is still so much we need to know.
5 out of 5 stars for a PERFECT movie!