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Fix: Synology Diskstation, System configuration is lost
How to re-install the system configuration on a Synology NAS device and troubleshoot some of the common problems encountered afterwords
Review: Five indispensable WordPress Plugins
Five of the best WordPress plugin's available. Updated July 2016
Fix: Unable To Locate WordPress Plugin Directory / Could not create directory / Installation Failed
If you own a wordpress blog chances are at some point or another you will have seen at least one of the following error messages: 'Could not create directory. /web/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/' 'Unable To Locate WordPress Plug-in Directory' 'Installation Failed' This occurs when attempting to install a new theme, plugin or update your wordpress installation with the … Continue reading Fix: Unable To Locate WordPress Plugin Directory / Could not create directory / Installation Failed
I recently installed WordPress on my webserver, to replace the standard blogging engine from Synology which was slightly lacking in the feature and presentation department. Setup was a breeze, all i had to do was extract the wordpress directory to my webfolder, configure a new SQL database, and then run the setup script. I would … Continue reading Review: WordPress
Fix: Wrong permissions on configuration file, should not be world writable!
Problem: When attempting to access PHP MyAdmin on my Synology DiskStation i get the following error: Wrong permissions on configuration file, should not be world writable!Solution: Enable FTP access from the management UI and then open/install FileZilla. Connect to the DiskStation using admin credentials and navigate to the //diskstation/web/phpmyadmin folder/. Locate the 'config.inc.php' file right click and … Continue reading Fix: Wrong permissions on configuration file, should not be world writable!