Tag: Terminal

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What Is Sudo?

sudo-sudoers

credit to: XKCD

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What is PyCharm?

PyCharm is an IDE (or Integrated Development Environment) for the Python programming language. It is a cross-platform development environment that is compatible with Windows, macOS, and Linux. It provides a tool that integrates code analysis, graphical debugging, unit testing, and also contains an integrated terminal that supports development on remote hosts and virtual machines.

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WordPress has a great GUI-based installation process however some use cases call for CLI! Or, maybe you just feel more at home in a terminal, either way this article will show you how to get your WordPress site setup with just a terminal, using WP-CLI, and maybe a sprinkle of SSH.

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If you are a Windows administrator who has recently been tasked with administering a Linux-based Ubuntu server, you may find that utilizing Microsoft Powershell may help ease the transition into Linux, and allow you to be more productive. If you are a Linux administrator who is interested in exploring the options that Powershell provides, then this tutorial is for you as well.

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Although Linux is considered to be a robust operating system that does not have many issues with applications, programs sometimes become unresponsive or fail to respond. When this happens, they can consume a great deal of system resources, and ultimately take down the entire system. These applications usually cannot be restarted automatically; however, as the process in question may still be running and will not get shut down completely, we need to use a command to terminate the process. When this happens, it is necessary to either restart the whole system or kill off the specific application process. Since restarting the entire system takes time and can create significant inconvenience for the clients, it is much easier to simply kill the process itself.

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The Action Scheduler is a background processing, queue job runner which is built into WooCommerce core. A number of plugins use the Action Scheduler, WooCommerce Subscriptions and WooCommerce Follow-Ups being two of the best known.

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