how to make sure your wordpress is clean of any old files from previous themes so you can install a new theme

with no issues from past themes/plugins. The goal here is I am planning to install a premium theme for my existing WP site and use Divi Plugin So far I’ve tried contacting Bluehost but they just did a ‘scan’ or something so I don’t know if they understood what I meant. I’m relatively new to WP. Tinkering for about 2 years. I’ve tried google searching and irrelevant articles pop up. When searching this site I got 0 results. Hope I’m articulating my question well.

Xampp 7.3.3 fresh install of WordPress 404 pages unless permalink is set to plain

I have been running xampp 7.3.3 for quite a while but i have recently installed 2 fresh installs of wordpress and if the permalinks are set to anything other than plain the pages are showing 404.

i have turned off all plugins and changed themes but the issue still happens

The home page will work ok I have tried resaving permalinks I have checked the Apache modules

Has anyone had this issue?

I am going to install a new version of xampp to see if it still happens.

Any advice appreciated

Is it possible to attach oracle database file after clean install

I had an Oracle 10g instance on my Win2008R2 server. Unfortunately, the server crashed and we had to re-install the operating system on C: drive. The oracle files are on other drives except than C.

The other drives (except C) are restored from disk backups. I don’t have dump file, I only have oracle data files such as USERS01.DBF and the oracle control files.

Now I am trying to find a way to install oracle again on the server but I am just wondering about how I can attach the current .DBF files to the new oracle instance? Is this possible? If so, how can I attach the current .DBF files to Oracle?

Currently there is no "OracleService" on services.msc and no listener as well. But previos oracle was installed on F drive so I still have the oracle binaries and data files on F drive.

Really appreciate if you can provide any information on this.

Install Norton with Product Key

Norton.com/setup – Norton is undoubtedly one of the most used antivirus programs globally in terms of the reliability and satisfaction of consumers towards its seamless services against tough and powerful malicious sites and programs. It can be used to remove several viruses from programs, software, and systems to provide enhanced security. It is also used against unknown and unauthenticated sites, malicious adware, including Trojans and malware.

Also Read  – webroot.com/safe

It provides complete security while browsing a particular site. In case you wish to avail of these premium features of the Norton antivirus suite, you have to visit [b]norton.com/setup[/b].
What is the Norton Setup Key?
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The activation key or product key is a secured 25 digit alphanumeric code series divided into five sets of five. This activation key can be used summarily to install and activate the product with ease. One can effortlessly access more information about these product keys at norton.com/setup.

SSRS Standalone install license

For performance reasons we are thinking about moving our SSRS installation to a separate server. Since you can have a standalone installation of SSRS.

Question being, if we install SSRS (standalone) on a new server with X cores. Do we need a separate enterprise license for this server?

Is there a licensing cost for installing standalone SSRS?

Or is the license used from the instance where the ReportServerDB is located ?

Why can’t I connect to the wordpress install page with Nginx?

I’m a newbie of WordPress. My environment is Ubuntu 18 + Nginx + PHP 7.

Following the tutorial(https://www.myfreax.com/how-to-install-wordpress-with-nginx-on-ubuntu-18-04/), the wordpress directory was placed on /var/www/html/device1.com.

Then I config the nginx, here is my nginx config:

server {     listen 80;     server_name www.device1.com device1.com;      server_name device1.com;      root /var/www/html/device1.com;     index index.php;       # log files     access_log /var/log/nginx/device1.com.access.log;     error_log /var/log/nginx/device1.com.error.log;      location = /favicon.ico {         log_not_found off;         access_log off;     }      location = /robots.txt {         allow all;         log_not_found off;         access_log off;     }      location / {         try_files $  uri $  uri/ /index.php?$  args;     }      location ~ \.php$   {         include snippets/fastcgi-php.conf;         fastcgi_pass unix:/run/php/php7.2-fpm.sock;     }      location ~* \.(js|css|png|jpg|jpeg|gif|ico|svg)$   {         expires max;         log_not_found off;     }  } 

But, when I tried to connect to http://device1.com/wp-admin/install.php the Nginx responses 404, instead of returning the wordpress install page.

I don’t have any idea of checking the issue. Thanks for your suggestion.

Is it safe to install a trusted CA certificate from another source?

As you may know, a CA certificate issued by Sectigo expired recently. This is affecting certain mobile apps and possibly websites, rendering them unable to connect to required network resources. In particular, some older devices that do not have the replacement CA certificate are unable to connect to servers using such certificates.

A work-around is possible (How can I work around the expired Sectigo certificate on my old mobile device?)… but is it safe? What dangers, if any, is a user potentially exposed to by copying a CA certificate from an already-trusted device to a device which does not have said certificate?

(For this purpose, please ignore the broader issue of whether using a device that is not receiving updates is safe. We all know that has its own risks. I am asking specifically if installing a CA certificate that is already widely trusted is any more dangerous than simply using such devices without installing the new certificate.)