I did this:
- I created a Google Drive folder in Ubuntu 18.04 with FUSE filesystem over Google Drive.
- I created a folder inside Google Drive called “cloud”
- chmod 777 /home/user/GoogleDrive/cloud
edit smb.conf and put:
[cloud] comment = cloud path = /home/user/GoogleDrive/cloud public = yes read only = no writeable = yes browseable = yes valid users = nobody guest ok = yes available = yes printable = no create mask = 0777 directory mask = 0777
I do not have access to my “cloud” folder (with or without “sudo”)
serviceX.example.com and I don’t want to move everything, I want to mask the URL so visitors and search engines see
example.com/serviceX instead of the original/real location.
I don’t want
serviceX.example.com to be accessible except from the masked URL with the subfolder.
The website is on a Linux server with Plesk installed on it.
How do I do that?
I am trying to setup cron for a magento 2 installation made through composer.
I have tried to manually add the following to my crontab:
* * * * * www-data php /path/to/m2/bin/magento cron:run | grep -v "Ran jobs by schedule" >> /path/to/m2/var/log/magento.cron.log * * * * * www-data php /path/to/m2/update/cron.php >> /path/to/m2/var/log/update.cron.log * * * * * www-data php /path/to/m2/bin/magento setup:cron:run >> /path/to/m2/var/log/setup.cron.log
If I then check the
/path/to/m2/var/log/update.cron.log I can see the following message:
Could not open input file: /path/to/m2/update/cron.php
Obviously, because the folder
/path/to/m2/update does not exist.
I am not sure why the folder and
cron.php file is missing. Is there some
bin/magento command that I have missed?
So the following code exports a
csv file in the parsed folder; I need it to do the same thing in the downloads folder. So, what i did is just copied the same code, and changed the destination folder name. I know there is a way i can do this with
shutil, but im unsure how.
if mylist is not None: number = 0 filename = '/Users/poweruser/Applications/pythonwork/leadparser/parsed/newoutput%s.csv' destination = "/Users/poweruser/downloads" while os.path.exists(filename % number): number += 1 owlname = filename % number with open('/Users/poweruser/Applications/pythonwork/leadparser/parsed/newoutput%s.csv' % number, 'w') as csvfile: writer = csv.writer( csvfile, delimiter=",") writer.writerow( ['Email', 'Website', 'Phone Number', 'Location']) # var_dump(mylist) for i in mylist: writer.writerow(list(i)) # shutil.copy(owlname, destination) doesnt work as i want it too if mylist is not None: number = 0 filename = '/Users/poweruser/downloads/newoutput%s.csv' while os.path.exists(filename % number): number += 1 with open('/Users/poweruser/downloads/newoutput%s.csv' % number, 'w') as csvfile: writer = csv.writer( csvfile, delimiter=",") writer.writerow( ['Email', 'Website', 'Phone Number', 'Location']) # var_dump(mylist) for i in mylist: writer.writerow(list(i))
I have a personal domain and I use a mail account on it (it’s not Gmail). Recently, all the emails I send (personal and business messages, not bulk) keep getting into the recipients Gmail Spam folder (I checked with several recipients).
Why is that and what can I do?
I checked and my domain is not in the blacklist.
When looking at the message in the Spam folder, it states “It’s similar to messages that were detected by our spam filter”. However, this is a personal message I wrote to someone – not a newsletter or a bulk message.
My sites and mail server are on a shared hosting service. But until recently I didn’t have this problem.