Git is a software configuration management (SCM) program. This is just a fancy way of saying that it’s a software package that tracks and controls changes in the code.
I initially installed Git because I was playing around with Vagrant (local web development). It’s also a safe way to get the nerdy Bash shell (UNIX-like scripting language) for Windows without going into Cygwin .
These are some things that I changed in UniServer to speed up working with localhost.
Edit Core > Apache2 > conf > http.conf
I use 4001 as my localhost port.
Also disable the loading of the CGI module by commenting # this line:
#LoadModule cgi_module modules/mod_cgi.so
I think it runs faster… maybe.
I’ll update this if I make any other changes.
Looks like updating Local WordPress version can be a painless. First, fully backup your local WordPress folder. Download the latest version of WordPress. Unzip it. Overwrite the local WordPress files.
So far, so good.
It started simple enough. I had some domains on 1 & 1 Internet, a web hosting company base out of Germany, and wanted to move a block of domains to another registrar. I’d been with 1&1 a long time and never thought much about support. Most of what I do isn’t exactly life or death. Continue reading
Remuxing reassembles the data packets of the audio stream and that’s exactly how to fix the problem.