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Angel Cool on How to setup MySQL Master/Slave Replication with existing data

Thursday, 13th September 2018

It includes stored procedures and functions in the dump. It's crucial to back those up too. Thanks for this article btw. From the man page: · --routines, -R Include stored routines (procedures and functions) for the dumped databases in the output. This option requires the SELECT privilege for the mysql.proc table. The output generated by using --routines contains CREATE PROCEDURE and CREATE FUNCTION statements to create the routines. However, these statements do not include attributes such as the routine creation and modification timestamps, so when the routines are reloaded, they are created with timestamps equal to the reload time. If you require routines to be created with their original timestamp attributes, do not use --routines. Instead, dump and reload the contents of the mysql.proc table directly, using a MySQL account that has appropriate privileges for the mysql database.

Jay Versluis on How to enable automatic user logins in CentOS 7 and GNOME

Wednesday, 5th September 2018

You can only call that command when you're logged in, either as yourself or as root (if you're not root, you probably need to prefix this command with sudo). It's simple: log in manually, then open a terminal shell window and type the command. TO test if it's working, log back out and see if you're automatically logged in. gdm will also restart if you reboot the whole system. Good luck!

peter on How to enable automatic user logins in CentOS 7 and GNOME

Wednesday, 5th September 2018

the issue can be fixed by restart the gdm service , but now Idon't know how to call "service gdm restart " after logout ,I try to udpate the /etc/gdm/PostSession/Default to call a scripts to do that ,but not work

peter on How to enable automatic user logins in CentOS 7 and GNOME

Tuesday, 4th September 2018

I am not sure what is your solutions is ,can you point it out , or send me by mail 824380210@qq.com

Jay Versluis on How to enable automatic user logins in CentOS 7 and GNOME

Monday, 3rd September 2018

Did my solution not work for you?

peter on How to enable automatic user logins in CentOS 7 and GNOME

Saturday, 1st September 2018

I have the same issue like you , but still have no solutions yet

Jay Versluis on LAMP Stack for Humans – now available on Amazon

Thursday, 30th August 2018

Not yet, simply because not enough has changed to warrant an update. The book discusses how to install and configure CentOS 7, which is still the latest CentOS version out there (it's supported until 2024). I'm planning an updated version when CentOS 8 comes out, but that's still a couple of years away.

adminuser on LAMP Stack for Humans – now available on Amazon

Thursday, 30th August 2018

Any chance of an updated version of your book? 2015 is 1996 in dog years....

Jay Versluis on How to run Commodore BASIC as a Scripting Language on macOS

Friday, 24th August 2018

Ah, maybe that could explain it. I'm still on Sierra (or "Low Sierra" if you will). You know, a few years ago I bought a C128 and a Plus/4 - and I felt like a kid in a candy store to work with them again. It is SO much fun! The emulator has its merits, but touching those original Commodore keys again... it's PRICELESS :-)

David Parker on How to run Commodore BASIC as a Scripting Language on macOS

Friday, 24th August 2018

I’m on macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 My “research” led me to cbmbasic after I started retracing my early BASIC programming experiences in the early 1980s with the ZX series of home computers and now wish had Commodore 64. David

Jay Versluis on How to run Commodore BASIC as a Scripting Language on macOS

Thursday, 23rd August 2018

Hi David, that's great to hear! Thank for for sharing your experience with where to copy the file. Which macOS version are you using? Technically, either destination should work fine, as long as the path to the executable is in your shell's PATH variable (one location is commonly used for user installations, the other for system installations on *nix systems). Like you say, perhaps Apple have smuggled in a change somewhere. All the best from Miami Beach!

David Parker on How to run Commodore BASIC as a Scripting Language on macOS

Thursday, 23rd August 2018

Jay Thanks for this very helpful set of instructions. I've been looking at cbmbasic for a while but had no idea how to make it work, but now, thanks to you I have been able to get it working. Just one point though. The instruction to copy over the binary: sudo cp ./cbmbasic /usr/bin didn't work. I changed it to: sudo cp ./cbmbasic /usr/local/bin and that worked fine. I don't know if this is because of changes in the way macOS works? David

Jay Versluis on How to fix the Visual Editor or Text Editor in WordPress when it’s not working

Friday, 10th August 2018

Good thinking about the plugin, both plugins and themes can cause the visual editor to behave strangely indeed. I'm glad you could sort it out, thanks for sharing your experience!

motahar1201123 on How to fix the Visual Editor or Text Editor in WordPress when it’s not working

Thursday, 9th August 2018

Thank you, but didn't work for me with define('CONCATENATE_SCRIPTS', false); & then removed it. To solve this problem on my https://www.emotahar.com I just deactivated the BJ Lazy Load plugin & cleared the cache. Then I view the editor's source page( right click & view page sourcr ). From here I only reloaded all .js files only from /wp-includes/.. Not from the plugin directory. It solves my problem. Then I reactivated the plugin & there was no problem. I think there was no problem with the plugin. Just reload all .js files.

Jay Versluis on How to create a Cron Job in WordPress: Teach your plugin to do something automatically

Thursday, 9th August 2018

Thank you Lucas :-)

Lucas Hernandez on How to create a Cron Job in WordPress: Teach your plugin to do something automatically

Thursday, 9th August 2018

Great tutorial, thanks!

Jay Versluis on How to fix “Dynamically-related files could not be resolved” message in Dreamweaver

Wednesday, 8th August 2018

Great to hear, Jennifer :-)

Jay Versluis on How to fix duplicate packages in yum

Wednesday, 8th August 2018

I thought when I wrote "the duplicate package is removed" it was quite clear that the package is not uninstalled... only the duplicate is. Shame it didn't help you, but for me it works time and time again when this problem arises on CentOS.

adsf on How to fix duplicate packages in yum

Tuesday, 7th August 2018

This is not a useful explanation. Is this command going to remove just the extra entry from the rpm database, OR will this actually attempt to uninstall the package and the files that belong to it? Two very different things. The second could be disasterous.

Jennifer on How to fix “Dynamically-related files could not be resolved” message in Dreamweaver

Wednesday, 1st August 2018

SO helpful, thank you!!!!!!!

ShadowRipper 25 on How to fix “Dynamically-related files could not be resolved” message in Dreamweaver

Friday, 20th July 2018

I changed permalinks and it still did not work for me

sj.gagli on How to replace and add HTML text elements with CSS

Friday, 20th July 2018

I've search high and low over the years, no luck doing this in CSS, usually fall back on some simple script for it. One day, perhaps.

Duni Chand on How to fix the Visual Editor or Text Editor in WordPress when it’s not working

Monday, 16th July 2018

thankiu very much sir

Jay Versluis on How to fix the Visual Editor or Text Editor in WordPress when it’s not working

Thursday, 12th July 2018

Excellent - thanks for sharing, Alok!

Jay Versluis on How to disable the user list at login on CentOS 7

Thursday, 12th July 2018

Great to hear it - you're very welcome, Chris!

Jay Versluis on How to disable JetPack nag messages in the WordPress Admin interface

Thursday, 12th July 2018

Thank you, Alex!

Jay Versluis on How to replace and add HTML text elements with CSS

Thursday, 12th July 2018

I'm afraid that isn't possible - as far as I know.

Jay Versluis on How to create a Cron Job in WordPress: Teach your plugin to do something automatically

Thursday, 12th July 2018

Hi Ellis, I'm afraid I haven't - it's been a while since I've looked into cron jobs in WordPress.

Pinoy TV on How to fix the Visual Editor or Text Editor in WordPress when it’s not working

Wednesday, 27th June 2018

this method is not working

Ellis Benus on How to create a Cron Job in WordPress: Teach your plugin to do something automatically

Wednesday, 27th June 2018

Do you have any recommendations for how to do logging of your custom cron jobs running? I Installed Advanced Cron Manager b/c the one you suggested hasn't been updated in a long time. But I don't want to pay for their Pro plugin to view Cron logs.