Intro to cron / crontab

I have a network share I am hosting on a linux NAS in my house. There are a couple of annoyances with Apple lusers leaving .DS_Store files all over the network share, and messed up permissions on the files people upload to the share. Solution? Learnt about cron and set up a couple of jobs…

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WP-CLI not working on namecheap.com [SOLVED]

So when I tried to run WP-CLI on namecheap.com with php wp-cli.phar –info absolutely nothing happened. It just went to the next line in the terminal, no hints nothing. Background Some background, I bought some incredibly cheap webhosting from namecheap.com today. Real cheap! Like €8 for the first year. You can bring along your own…

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Collaborating on WordPress Site Development

Just how does a team of 2+ people go about collaborating on WordPress site development? That’s something I’ve been fooling around with over the last while now. Having used Git and SVN for programming work, it seemed like a no brainer that this was probably the way to go. SVN has fallen out of favour…

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Samsung Code to Delete dumpstate/logcat

Running out of precious “internal” memory on a Samsung phone? This may help slightly: the Samsung code to get to “Delete dumpstate/logcat” is *#9900# What does “Delete dumpstate/logcat” do? It does what it says, it deletes dumpstates (coredumps from software crashes I assume), and deletes logs (informational/error event logs), both of which are not much…

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Reload Autohotkey Script when Modified

I just made an update to reload Autohotkey script when modified. There are a few ways to do this. When I am editing a script directly I use these hotkey functions:   ^!s:: Send ^s    ;save this file (this assumes your editing this file when you press it though ; TODO: NEEDS FIXING! <-why? most…

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Readynas NV+ v2 “C: unprotected”

Firstly, do not put desktop HDs in your NAS! You will have timing errors between RAID and hard drive hardware. Total pain, and worrying for nothing about perfectly fine drives. If it’s too late and you already have done this (like me!) read on =) Trick for forcing a resync on hard drive marked as…

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