I have a MAC OS X Server and would like to be able to use "wget" command to download some file using Terminal. However, wget doesn't come with it. So, I checked on Google and found an article about using Curl as a replacement for wget. What you have to do is run command below in Terminal :
echo 'alias wget="curl -O"' >> ~/.bash_profile
Then, log out and login again. Now, you can use "wget" command to download file as you normally do. For example, I ran
It will looks like this :
Our online store doesn't have real time stock online due to integrated software with POS doesn't finish yet. So, we allow customer to place an order, then, contact them back if we really have those items in stock. We also keep those items waiting for them to pay. The problem is that, many times, customer that placed an order with us just don't want to pay at that time. They ignore it until we cancel that order. Then, they place another order a week later or so. That would be ok if it happens a couple times.
From previous HOW TO - http://www.bxtra.net/Articles/2010-04-27/How-install-Memcached-CentOS-DirectAdmin-installed-Memcached-PECL I just think that I should note an update how to install Memcached so that I, myself, can follow the steps here and get the latest version. The steps are almost exactly to my previous Memcached PECL installed. Only a few changes to install an updated version.
Get Libevent which is require to install Memcached. Their homepage is here -> http://www.monkey.org/~provos/libevent/
Drupal search doesn't work well with International language and after a couple years of using it, I decided to try Google Adsense Custom Search Engine. Well, at first, I would like to try just Google Custom Search Engine (CSE) but after reading from a few webpages, they said that both of them are the same. Google CSE will generate regular advertising while Google Adsense CSE will generate advertising that will share some revenue with the website owner. So, why use Google CSE if Google Adsense CSE can do the same while you may get some revenue. (Even it's just a little)
I have set Nginx as a reverse proxy according to this tutorial -> [HOW-TO] Use Nginx as a reverse proxy for DirectAdmin which work fine. Then, I started to use Nginx to serve static files for one vhost which is running Drupal. PHP scripts still send to Apache to process through PHP-FPM. Everything seems to work fine until I found that there is one problem. The problem of images which is process by ImageCache. When I upload image, it doesn't shows as it should be.
I have searched around how to prevent hotlink in Drupal when use with Nginx. A lot of website saying the same what to do. However, I have tried all of them but not even one of them that work. That was strange. I started to try more until this... I found the only method that work for me. Oh... one more thing... don't put them under "location" rule or it won't work. That took me half an hour to figure it out :(
Nginx Vhost configuration file - working config to protect hotlink
As far as I can remember, to prevent hotlink in Drupal is not that easy. If you search website to look for prevent hotlink, you will find a lot of them to use with .htaccess file. But those are not for Drupal. You can't just use it in Drupal .htaccess file, that won't work. However, I have a set of code that work great. Actually, I have this code long time ago but I can't remember where I got it from. Thanks for the guy that provide it. Too bad that I didn't save link at that time.
So, now, here is what we have to do :