When trying to read any exfat formatted SD card it suddenly was not recognised by my system, so I tried to upgrade from Kubuntu 18.10 to 19.10, and it didn't help. Then I found a post about that Exfat is not supported by the kernel before version 5.4, but Kubuntu 19.10 is shipped with 5.3, but the packages exfat-fuse and exfat-utils should take care of it, but they were already installed and did not work apparently. And also my kernel is 5.0.x for some reason (5.0.0-36-generic).
Composer without root
Run this in ~/composer: curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
Put this in .bashrc: alias composer="php ~/composer/composer.phar"
Install Drupal 8 With Composer In Custom Web Folder
composer create-project drupal-composer/drupal-project:8.x-dev my_site_name_dir --no-interaction --no-install
Adjust web folder in composer.json file and then run "composer install".
Check available versions of a package
composer show package_name --available
And set the field "IP Address to send all self server requests to" to -1
sudo mount -t cifs -o username=[USERNAME],password=[PASSWORD],vers=1.0 //192.168.1.1/samba [MOUNT-FOLDER]
Router: ZTE F600W with USB mount and Samba service enabled.
There are many backup solutions out there for wordpress sites.
For example these plugins:
UpdraftPlus can be connected with dropbox.
You might also want to build your own backup routine with cronjobs on the hosting server.
Remember to backup!
You might have a couple of issues with mailR when running on a server.
When installing or after installing the r package: rJava you might encounter the following: libjvm.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I fixed this on a ubuntu server with this command: sudo R CMD javareconf
Took me a while to find the perfect command for finding the biggest directory in the linux terminal. I was looking for something similar to the graphical tools like QDirStat and K4DirStat (Directory Statistics). In windows you can achieve this with windirstat.
Nice thing to use when working with CSV-files is CSV Kit.
See the file statistics: csvstat -e UTF-16 test.csv
Merge all files in a folder: csvstack -e UTF-16 -t *.csv > all.csv
Save column 2 to output .csv: csvcut -c 2 -e UTF-8 all.csv > output.csv