Softaculous <![CDATA[CentOS 7 - WebPanel 7 - Magento 2.3 installation failing]]>
I hope someone can help me.

I'm running a CentOS 7 + WebPanel 7 server with a single user package.
The server is currently configured with apache, php-fpm 7.2.15 and uses ssl.
After installing Magento 2.3 through softaculous I get "500 Internal server error" messages when trying to access the magento store or the admin area.

A phphinfo file created to check whether php is configured correctly will also fail.
Removing .htaccess in the folder solved the problem for the phpinfo file but magento index.php throws a "this page is not working error".
(PHPInfo shows the memory size at 756M)

I checked the apache logs but nothing shows up here.

I also tried the same using nginx instead of apache. Here I see the index.php but without the css applied, accessing admin or any other page gives a 404 error.

After spending a few days trying to figure this out, I hope someone can give me pointers in the right direction to get this sorted.

Thanks !
Sun, 17 Feb 2019 11:40:07 GMT
<![CDATA[Alert by email if a renew of a domain certificate let's encrypt fail]]> ]]> Sat, 16 Feb 2019 18:56:21 GMT <![CDATA[macOS crashes]]>
AMPPS like ANY macOS application, asking passwords too many times. I can understand it on start and services stop, but I can't understand it in the middle of the operations (read, AMPPS operations), like backup. With near 50 (49) installations, backup is essentially absolutely impossible, as it frequently asking in the middle of the backup, password and after that crash (see image 01). Clearly, backup is not done.

Password request on application start should to contain all necessary permissions requests for application fluent work. Asking passwords in the middle of the operation (see image 02) is simply, bad development (sorry if sound bad, English is not my native language). In other words, this is not a critic, rather request for bug fix (as I strongly believe how is the bug).

BTW - I'm more than curious, for what reason AMPPS asking password in the middle of the work???]]>
Sat, 16 Feb 2019 15:59:59 GMT
<![CDATA[Backup hang]]> Sat, 16 Feb 2019 15:00:30 GMT <![CDATA[How to Build a Killer Email Database]]>
Simply consider it for a second. This individual touched base on your site since they were keen on something you offer that is identified with issue they are hoping to understand. This naturally makes them a prospect for your offering, and thusly you ought to be keen on picking up the character of that guest.

I realize what you are considering. You as of now get no less than 50 messages every day from individuals and organizations that are of no enthusiasm to you. With that and all the spam out there you invest excessively energy as it is endeavoring to deal with and locate the critical email. I totally comprehend your manner of thinking identified with spontaneous email and am your ally 100%. I'd like to help move your mentality a bit and demonstrate to you how you can have your guests volunteering their email address to you left and right.

There are a few things you should know about first though....

Your site guests couldn't care less about your items, your administrations, your organization, or you. They just consideration about "how might this benefit them."

In spite of the fact that this may appear to be unforgiving and influence you to trust that individuals are totally egotistical ... it's totally valid. This can be ground-breaking ammo however, on the off chance that you use it appropriately. In the event that you really need to construct a huge email database you have to set aside the opportunity to totally comprehend your forthcoming clients and discover what they need most.

It would be ideal if you NOTE: I said what they WANT and not what they NEED.

We all observe individuals each and every day that need to quit drinking, need to quit smoking, or need to push over from the table much sooner than they do. These equivalent individuals keep on settling on similar decisions paying little respect to the amount you reveal to them you can satisfy their requirements.

On the other hand, this equivalent individual who is sitting at the club playing an opening machine with their joblessness cash, with a cigarette hanging out of their mouth and an oxygen tank close by, reacts promptly to the Marlboro sign in the blessing shop since it is something he genuinely needs. We as a whole realize this individual is doing everything recorded in this precedent that is in opposition to what they NEED and completely dependent on what they WANT.

For instance, on the off chance that you are moving a weight reduction item you should concentrate on how provocative the individual will look on the off chance that they take the item, not on the way that they'll be solid. I am not saying the advantage of getting to be more advantageous isn't something they'd believe was pleasant, however on the off chance that they really needed to be solid they'd presumably practice and wouldn't have this weight issue at any rate.

In the event that you show pictures of incredible looking individuals with when shots, your guest will be exceptionally spurred to attempt your item since they truly WANT to resemble the individual in the after picture. The pitiful thing is it doesn't make a difference if the photos are authentic. They're feeling of WANT is strong to the point that they'll suspend their incredulity.

You have to set aside opportunity to profoundly investigate what your guests need, and make a "give away" that takes into account their most extreme WANT.

You have to make an offer with far more prominent incentive than what you are requesting.

When you've distinguished what your guest needs more than anything, make a report, an eBook, a video, or some kind of data item which will enable them to accomplish this need.

I was giving a workshop two or three months back and we were delving into a dialog discussion so I could demonstrate a case of how you can get personally acquainted with your purchasers by hanging out where they hang out, and perusing content which was made by them.

Amid this activity we found a post which was a few hours old.

Somebody was requesting a spreadsheet that would assist them with some kind of count. That specific post had been seen multiple times in the two hours following its beginning. The man of honor who saw this referenced he had such a spreadsheet.

We immediately talked through an arrangement to make a reasonable suggestion to take action on his site offering this report in return for an email address. To make it a stride further, he could take the EXACT inquiry that was asked in the discussion, direct some speedy watchword research to recognize how frequently that question was sought on every month. On the off chance that the volume was sufficiently high, he could make a streamlined page on his site and pull in a lot of focused traffic.

The way to making this work is to ensure the estimation of your offering is far more noteworthy than the email address you are asking. Keep in mind the guest is now blasted with undesirable email so they'll be assessing whether it is justified, despite all the trouble for them to perhaps get increasingly undesirable email in return for this thing.

Take care not to damage your guests trust or you will pay the consequences.

I've seen organizations who offer these "provide for get" reports and the substance of the report is loathsome. This is totally outlandish to me. You've endeavored to get guests to your site, you invested energy to discover what their most basic WANT is, you've removed the means to give something that fulfills their need in return for their email address, and afterward you hustle just a bit and make a bit of rubbish that wasn't so significant as you publicized. Do you truly think this guest is returning? I don't think so!

Also, recollect your guests were gauging whether your offer merited the danger of getting spontaneous email? Try not to make them lament giving you their data! Your report which showed them "how to bring up impeccable youngsters that never did something besides what you instructed them to" would out of the blue lose its radiance on the off chance that they got different messages every day attempting to move them all things everywhere. It is imperative to utilize the web to create associations with your guests. Remember that the starting phases of any relationship are spent assessing whether it is justified, despite all the trouble to proceed with. In the event that you'd like to construct an incredible email database, make the accompanying strides.
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Sat, 16 Feb 2019 06:34:36 GMT
<![CDATA[KVMs stopping periodically]]> Sat, 16 Feb 2019 04:34:27 GMT <![CDATA[Zip: Unable to initialize module]]>

The PHP exe file you specified did not run correctly:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Ampps\php-7.1\php.exe

Program Output:
PHP Warning:  PHP Startup: zip: Unable to initialize module
Module compiled with module API=20151012
PHP    compiled with module API=20160303
These options need to match
in Unknown on line 0

This error appears when I'm installing PHP Composer for Windows while PHP 7.1 is configured.

Choosing 5.6 removes the error but a lot of recent code does not work nicely with 5.6

Any hints where I should start looking?]]>
Fri, 15 Feb 2019 18:07:15 GMT
<![CDATA[Can't use PHPMailer in my local server?]]>
to add
PHP Code

 $mail->SMTPOptions = array(
'ssl' => array(
'verify_peer' => false,
'verify_peer_name' => false,
'allow_self_signed' => true

Fri, 15 Feb 2019 18:02:41 GMT
<![CDATA[KVMs stopping periodically]]> Fri, 15 Feb 2019 17:59:18 GMT <![CDATA[macOS annoying passwords]]> I tried solution with Automator (not working), as well with sudoers (not working).
Any idea about solution?
Fri, 15 Feb 2019 17:12:44 GMT