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May
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comment Moodle error - Fatal error: $CFG->dataroot is not writable, admin has to fix directory permissions! Exiting.
Have you checked the permissions of the individual php files on the server? I see you mentioned proper ownership by www-data but something could be wrong on certain files that need write permission. Or some processes that create new files in moodledata2 are not set at correct permissions.
May
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revised Mandrill for bulk messaging
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May
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comment Mandrill for bulk messaging
Mandrill will work if you create a template for your newsletter and insert variables through the API. You handle each email on an individual basis. You could go either way because both programs will do what you need with template variables.
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revised Mandrill for bulk messaging
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May
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answered Mandrill for bulk messaging
May
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comment Website traffic suddenly dropped by 90%
@Noam, I sort of agree with you, but he didn't provide enough details to keep this from being a back and forth troubleshooting affair. (Didn't vote either way)
May
5
comment Can Joomla have a different URL for backend management?
@bybe, I agree with you, but he probably means a static html,css,js site.
May
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revised Can Joomla have a different URL for backend management?
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May
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answered Can Joomla have a different URL for backend management?
May
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comment Does every webserver have an httpd.conf file?
No problem, you can put this in a php file to find out your current path on the server: echo realpath(dirname(FILE)); Then run the php file.
May
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comment Does every webserver have an httpd.conf file?
If you can access the directory "/etc" on the server then you can probably access it the conf file. If your access is limited to the web directory then no.
May
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revised Does every webserver have an httpd.conf file?
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May
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comment Does every webserver have an httpd.conf file?
Yes, all mainstream web servers will have some type of configuration file. The configuration controls the entire server, so in the case like yours it's probably a shared host so you'll have to use overrides through .htaccess . They can't allow you to change the main config file because it would impact the entire server.
May
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answered Does every webserver have an httpd.conf file?
May
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answered Wrong site name when searching
May
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revised Why do “Registration-bots” exist? What do they gain from registering on my site?
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May
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revised Why do “Registration-bots” exist? What do they gain from registering on my site?
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May
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comment Why do “Registration-bots” exist? What do they gain from registering on my site?
On #1, two things, if your site frequently sends emails to non-existent gmail accounts (for instance) Gmail may choose to just throw all emails you send to the spam folder. That would hurt your legitimate gmail users. Say the bot put a real gmail account, but not to someone that actually registered, that person may then mark the registration email from you as spam, and your reputation with gmail goes down.
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revised Why do “Registration-bots” exist? What do they gain from registering on my site?
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