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Drush enable all inactive modules | Developments
drush en `drush pm-list --status="disabled,not installed" --pipe`
drush  all  module  install  uninstalled  enable  drupal  dev  web  computing  howto 
august 2015 by therobyouknow
puphpet.com vagrant configured Virtual Machine
9.Unlock (enabling) the root account:
You'll probably want to be the root user at some point

vagrant@lucid32:~$ sudo passwd -u root
passwd: password expiry information changed.
Then change the root password:

vagrant@lucid32:~$ sudo passwd root
Enter new UNIX password:
Retype new UNIX password:
passwd: password updated successfully
change  root  password  pass  passwd  computing  dev  linux  howto  unlock  enable  account  unix  login  vagrant  vm  drupal  puphpet 
august 2013 by therobyouknow
Unable to have Maestro working after installation | drupal.org
url_fopen
allow_url_fopen needs to be enabled perhaps. Our error messages disappeared after enabling it. The error message *was*: "Warning: file_get_contents(): http:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_fopen=0 in drupal_build_js_cache() (line 4846 of /var/www/html//includes/common.inc)."
webdev  cms  error  maestro  enable  php  server  computing  setup  configuration  php.ini  setting  switch  mode  option  file  fopen  url  work  problem  drupal  allow_url_fopen 
september 2012 by therobyouknow
how to change Mysql packet size? - Server Fault
On linux, well CentOS at least, you would edit /etc/my.cnf and add the same text as randy melder says.

You would then need to restart the MySQL server (mysqld) as otherwise it won't know about your change since it only reads it when it starts up.

To restart mysqld: /etc/init.d/mysqld restart

Why would you want to increase your packet size? If you want to import a large file: mysql -u username -p -h localhost databasename < data.sql

With that default setting you might not be able to do the import and you would therefore be presented with the error message: "ERROR 1153 (08S01) at line 53: Got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes".

So setting max_allowed_packet as described in the answer above can cure that problem, provided your setting is larger than the file you want to import.
mysql  packet  size  change  import  mysqldump  enable  large  error  solution  my.cnf  mysqld  restart  re-read  howto  max_allowed_packet  computing  setting  configuration  dos  denial  service  file  sql  plaintext  export 
july 2010 by therobyouknow
fstab - linux.unix file systems table - often in /etc/fstab
lists file system devices
floppies
affects what gets shown on the Computer window in the Linux GUI
fstab  file  system  filesystem  table  setting  setup  device  linux  unix  howto  hide  show  visible  enable  disable  textfile  edit  control 
august 2008 by therobyouknow

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