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MacBook MacOS FileZilla 421:too many connections

MacBook MacOS  Filezilla FTP/SFTP  421:too many connections Response: 421 Too many connections (8) from this IP Error: Could not connect to server solution: Open FileZilla. Access the Site Manager. Click on Transfer Settings tab Check the box for Limit number of simultaneous connections, and set the Maximum number of connections to 10 or more. Click the OK […]

Solved PHP output XML prompted error on line 2 at column 162: EntityRef: expecting ‘;’

Solved PHP output XML prompted EntityRef: expecting ‘;’ show the lack of semicolon XML error Online solution 1 Baidu, the discovery of XML is a special character (&, <,>, “,”) caused by the vast majority of the solution: Replace special characters with entity value strings (& amp;). He meow, but how do I replace double […]

Install OwnCloud 8 with Nginx and MariaDB on CentOS 7

These are the steps that we will do in this tutorial:To disable SELinux , edit the file /etc/sysconfig/selinux , and change enforced to disabled .

How to Force Apache To Show a HTTP-410 Gone Status Code

The simplest configuration is to add the following line in .htaccess file using mod_alias Redirect directive. Cd to your DocumentRoot such as /var/www/html/:
$ cd /var/www/html/
$ vi .htaccess
Append the following line:
Redirect gone /foo/file.html
Redirect 410 /foo/bar/demo.php
You can also use of regular expressions using RedirectMatch directive as follows:

How to install Composer on Debian / Ubuntu Linux

When you try to update mediawiki to v1.26.0 using the following command:
[[email protected]:~/wiki]$ php update.php
You will will get the following error:

How to use curl command with http/2 on MacOS X

How to use curl command with http/2 on MacOS X

            curl -I –http2 https://google.com
            curl: (1) Unsupported protocol

How to install wget on RHEL/CentOS 7 using yum

How to install wget on RHEL/CentOS 7 using yum

bash: wget: command not foundHow do I fix this problem? How can I install wget on a CentOS/RHEL 7 or 6 server using ?

GNU Wget is a free and open source software package for retrieving files using HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP, the most widely-used Internet protocols. The GNU/wget might not be installed on your system and here is how to install it using .

How to enable the gzip/deflate in nginx server on Linux or Unix system

Edit your nginx.conf file or create a new config file called /etc/nginx/conf.d/static_gzip.conf:
$ sudo vi /etc/nginx/nginx.conf
Add the following in http context: