After installing ssl certificate for django application on apache server with debian, I am getting Default test page only

Following are my configuration files

<VirtualHost *:80> Redirect permanent / ServerName localhost ServerAdmin  ErrorLog $  {APACHE_LOG_DIR}/error.log CustomLog $  {APACHE_LOG_DIR}/access.log combined </VirtualHost>  <VirtualHost *:443> ServerName localhost ServerAdmin  Alias /static /var/www/static-root <Directory /var/www/static-root>    Require all granted  </Directory>  Alias /media /var/www/media-root <Directory /var/www/media-root>    Require all granted </Directory>  <Directory /var/www/venv/src/mysite>     <Files>         Require all granted     </Files> </Directory>   ErrorLog $  {APACHE_LOG_DIR}/error.log CustomLog $  {APACHE_LOG_DIR}/access.log combined  SSLEngine on SSLCertificateFile /etc/ssl/piping_pro.crt SSLCertificateKeyFile /etc/ssl/private/PrivateKey.key SSLCertificateChainFile /etc/ssl/  </VirtualHost> 

Is the Samsung Galaxy S9 encrypted by default or can it be encrypted?

Basically, I travel a lot with my phone and having it encrypted would be very useful in knowing that a crook wouldn’t be able to gain access to my data should my phone be stolen.

I heard from one source stating that all devices running Android 6.0+ must be encrypted by default in order to be certified.

However, I also heard from a Samsung representative that they removed the option to encrypt the internal storage after Android 7.0.

What’s the actual case?

how to add link for advance search in magento 2 home page default theme?

i followed this answer

step 1:

{{block class="Magento\CatalogSearch\Block\Advanced\Form" template="Magento_CatalogSearch::advanced/form.phtml"}}

i did it’s showing in home page (advanced search)

but step 2:

If you need to customize phtml, copy it from:


where i can copy to my default theme in magento

in my folders

app/design/Magento after this no folder available

how i can do step 2

(i’m using magento luma theme)

Chromium asks for password for Default Keyring upon every start

SO this might seem like there are a lot of answers for this but I have tried a lot of them and they all do not work. First the top result on google is from 2011, and so not working in 2019 of course.

and all the others seem to mention setting stuff in password and key-ring and
i do not seem to have that on my Xubuntu 18.04. My version though says

Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS Release: 18.04 Codename: bionic

But im on Xubuntu. I search the start menu area for key ring and or password and nothing is there. I then apt-get installed key-ring from online command code and it says its already installed but I cant access it or see it. I go under settings and there is nothing for key-ring or passwords.

So I can use some help figuring out how to stop that password prompt from popping up please


How to make the Vim version installed with brew the default Vim version

I have troubling merging several version of vim on my machine

I successfully installed vim with brew: brew info vim:

vim: stable 8.1.1550 (bottled), HEAD Vi 'workalike' with many additional features Conflicts with:   ex-vi (because vim and ex-vi both install bin/ex and bin/view)   macvim (because vim and macvim both install vi* binaries) Not installed From: ==> Dependencies Required: gettext ✔, lua ✔, perl ✔, python ✔, ruby ✔ ==> Options --HEAD     Install HEAD version ==> Analytics install: 89,945 (30 days), 222,053 (90 days), 835,730 (365 days) install_on_request: 82,933 (30 days), 204,131 (90 days), 747,520 (365 days) build_error: 0 (30 days) 

however when typing vim --version, I get

VIM - Vi IMproved 8.0 (2016 Sep 12, compiled Feb 22 2019 19:03:04) Included patches: 1-503, 505-680, 682-1283 Compiled by 

It seems that there are 2 versions installed on the machine and the the one installed with brew is not the default one. How can I make it the default one

(I posted a similar questions with more steps here)

Have default route from the faster interface, but run port forwarding through the slower one?

My computer is connected to the internet via two Ethernet interfaces – one is the faster one but doesn’t have a public IP assigned while the other does, but is slower. I’d like to be able to make connections to the machine via the slower interface, but when I’m making any new connections – use the faster one.

So far I tried the “ignore all advertised routes” option in DHCP settings for the slower interface and while Wireshark confirms that the slow interface gets the SYN packets, ACK gets sent over the faster one which has a different IP and the remote host (rightly so) resets the connection.

The router I’m using is running OpenWRT.

How can I solve my problem in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, preferably via NetworkManager GUI?

How to set Thunar as the default file manager?

I want to set Thunar as my default file manager. T answers given here and here did not help me.

For instance, I already have Thunar as the preferred File Manager


But when I use a dialog box to open a file, I still get Nautilus:


So how do I set Thunar as the default file manager?

It may be the case that I do not understand what “being the default file manager” means. What I want is to use Thunar all around, as it would be (I think) expected when one changes the file manager to Thunar.

Here is some possibly relevant version information:

Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description:    Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS Release:        18.04 Codename:       bionic  GNOME nautilus 3.26.4  Thunar 1.6.15 (Xfce 4.12) 

Samsung Contacts (version not remembering default save location

Ever since about a few weeks ago, Samsung Contacts (currently on version no longer remembers my default storage location for saving a new contact. Nowadays, whenever I tap the + icon on the bottom right, it asks me which account to save the contact to. I did add a new Google account to my phone a month ago, so the step would have been expected the first time, but now I’ve selected my preferred account and tapped “Set as default” multiple times. I definitely want to use only one specific account to manage my contacts (my personal Google account), so I don’t like having to select the account every time.

I would have thought that a lot of other people who use Samsung devices aren’t so clued up on why they should save their contacts to the cloud, so this type of complexity would certainly disadvantage people who aren’t careful about storing data in the cloud.

I have Android Pie on a Samsung Galaxy S8.