The best way to think about the Observer Design pattern is to think of it as "You are observing something. When what you are watching does something, you react to it." This is also sometimes called a publish-subscribe relationship. The comments in the story help put what's going on in perspective. The interfaces aren't necessary.
When Plesk is installed, a self-signed SSL certificate is generated which will expire in a year is generated and used for when you access the Plesk control panel. This is all fine and dandy. However, when people go to example.com:8443 they will receive a warning message about the certificate.
Using www.example.com we want to access Plesk and have a certificate that has been signed by a trusted authority.
If you can't remember what password you used to login into your modx site and got locked out, you don't need to wait until the system unblocks you from any further attempts.
- Create a backup of the account that you want to migrate for testing purposes:
- Login to the server via ssh
- Get the user account that you want to backup, for example paulusworldadmin.
- To backup a user account with all data:
# /usr/local/psa/bin/pleskbackup clients paulusworldadmin /path/to/backup
Client wants to have Webform send out a confirmation email to the user who fills out a form.
Prequesists and Assumptions
This HowTo/Tutorial assumes the following you have:
- Basic Knowledge of Gentoo or Fedora (ie, installing and editing files)
- Working local Apache Server with basic knowledge of said server
- General knowledge of Netbeans
- Netbeans installed
The following is requred:
There's been times that I forget to log off my computer at work. I do have the ability to VPN into the office and ssh into my box. From there I can log myself out:
Find out which terminal I forgot to log myself out of:
Kill the terminal I'm logged in at, if I am logged in at pts/0, then I would issue the following command:
Occasionally you will need to modify a live site for maintenance reasons and sometimes you will not always have the luxuery of being able to flip a switch and put the site into maintenance mode. If you are running Apache, then you can redirect everyone else but you or a select few to a 'maintenance page'
I have been using a Canon PowerShot S50 when doing investigations or just having a good ol' time ghost hunting. The camera itself is a great camera, and even though it's 6 years old, I still think it takes better pictures than most of the newer cameras.
Recently, I decided to buy a digital SLR camera. The main reason for doing this was so I can take picture of the city at night as well as having complete control over the camera's operations.
By default, Red Hat EL has an out dated version of PHP. To get a newer version of PHP on the system issue the following commands:
# wget http://www.atomicorp.com/installers/atomic.sh # sh atomic.sh # yum upgrade php