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How to translate any website to your language

First! This is to invite to read. and sometimes you find a link in English, Arabic or even you may find it in Russian. So! How to translate any website to your mother tongue?   The page under-nee you well find the “Get more extensions” Click on it. Then you …

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Osticket automatic open ticket

If email piping is not a preferred option for you or if your hosting provider does not support it, you may use POP3/IMAP account polling instead. osTicket will poll an external POP3/IMAP account on a regular basis, retrieve email messages and convert them to tickets. It is best suited for …

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which php.ini file is loaded?

Alot of us need to know the loaded php.ini file location to edit the content of it like upload_max_filesize or post_max_size or any other needed updates. You can get the file location using php -i | grep php.ini   Or you can create a file info.php in your www folder. Usually the …

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Completely removing phpMyAdmin and install again linux

To completely remove phpmyadmin on ubuntu or linux mint, You can execute the below commands from terminal (consol-Konsol) and walk with the instructions come our one by one, But pay attention to the Password, You have to type it twice.   sudo apt-get purge libapache2-mod-php5 sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5 sudo …

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Converting Your Private Key Using PuTTYgen

To convert your private key Start PuTTYgen (for example, from the Start menu, choose All Programs > PuTTY > PuTTYgen). Under Type of key to generate, choose RSA. If you’re using an older version of PuTTYgen, choose SSH-2 RSA. Choose Load. By default, PuTTYgen displays only files with the extension .ppk. To locate your .pem file, select the option to …

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fix broken LibreOffice on Ubuntu 17.10

When you face an issue with LibreOffice, Best start to fix broken LibreOffice is to reinstall it again, And this what we are going to do below: 1- Remove the application with purge command: sudo apt-get purge libreoffice* 2- Now you can install the application again using the apt-get command: …

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