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skip to content dr. hussein bharwani menu health pages tech pages about me contact posts posted on july 18, 2017july 18, 2017avada cache buster i use the avada theme on some of my wordpress sites. however, when i update the style the browser continues using the cached version. to solve this, i wrote a little script to go in the child theme functions.php. it changes fusion’s css version to the time the folder was last modified, causing the browser to go and fetch the new file. add_filter( 'style_loader_src', 'update_css_ver', 9999, 2 ); function update_css_ver( $src ) { if ( strpos( $src, 'fusion' ) ) { $src = remove_query_arg( 'ver', $src ); $upload_dir = wp_upload_dir(); $upload_dir2 = trailingslashit( $upload_dir['basedir'] ); $lastupdate = filemtime( $upload_dir2 . 'fusion-styles/' ); $src = ($src . '?' . $lastupdate ); } return $src; } posted on march 27, 2016quick command line video excerpt do you have a video file you want to extract a clip from? i found it difficult to locate this information and learned a lot in the process. most importantly, the order of options in avconv command matters. you can refer to the manual here. avconv -ss [start time = hh:mm:ss] -i [input filename] -t [clip duration = hh:mm:ss or in seconds] -codec copy [output filename] for example, to create a 79 second clip from a video file that starts at 58 minutes and 25 seconds in the original video: avconv -ss 00:58:25 -i 1995-8mm-home-video.dv -t 79 -codec copy 1995-guinea-pigs-garage.avi posted on october 20, 2014lenovo thinkpad tablet 2 reformat guide check the end of the article for updated information about windows 10. objective: format the drive, install windows 8.1, install minimum drivers and let windows update do the rest. i bought the tablet 2 in early 2013 but didn’t use it as much as i wanted because of it’s slow speed and inaccurate digitizer. a year and a half later i was ready to give up on it. the specs are low. i thought it would be impossible to ever be fast. after using linux daily for many years i forgot the benefits of a clean windows install. at the end of the day, my tpt2 is faster than it ever has been. in fact, it feels like a different machine. you will need a few usb accessories: keyboard, mouse, flash drive, usb hub. you need the hub! without a usb keyboard you will be unable to set the boot device or install windows. this is guide wasn’t intended to walk you through each key stroke or click to format your first computer. if this is your first time you will need some supplemental guidance from a begginer’s guide. write down your windows 8 product key. you can use the magical jelly bean keyfinder, it is free. download windows 8.1 iso. don’t use the microsoft upgrade program to download it or you will end up with a windows 8 iso instead of 8.1. instead find the torrent of the msdn iso here. don’t worry. you can verify it with the sha1 hash against msdn’s to make sure you are getting the real thing. i used windows 8.1 with update (multiple editions) (x86) – dvd – multilang. make this into a bootable flash drive. you can use a dvd if you have an external dvd drive available. boot from the usb drive. to get into the bios: press the power and volume up buttons at the same time. windows setup. delete all the partitions. create a new one with all the free space and agree when windows setup says it may setup some extra partitions. you will need to use a windows 8.1 generic key for the installation process. don’t worry. after setting up the drivers to get wifi working you can enter your windows 8 key. setup minimum drivers to get windows update working. save the drivers on a flash drive. download them from here. it maybe helpful to use the drop down menus to filter out the other choices. install one at a time and reboot after each one if prompted. 1. chipset => intel platform driver for windows 8.1 2. networking: wireless => broadcom wireless lan driver for bcm4330 abgn for windows 8.1 3. mouse and keyboard => wintab driver for windows 8.1 (this is the driver and calibration software for the pen. it is wacom specific so i suggest you install it.) activate windows. go ahead and try to activate. it will say your key isn’t valid and give you the option to enter a new one. provide your original windows 8 key. run windows update. running this for the first time is excruciatingly slow. you will feel like it is stuck at 0% forever. you will think that something is not working. and even though i am telling you this, it is so slow that you will still think that something is not working correctly. leave it for at least an hour or two and you should have a list of updates. go ahead and select everything and install. again, this is very slow. it will look stuck on 0%. give it 2-3 hours and it should be nearly done. enjoy. reboot and check windows update again. you should be done with the major stuff and have a bloatfree tablet. there will be two unknown items under unknown devices. i don’t know what they are. after using the new setup for a week i have not noticed anything missing or not functioning properly. in fact, i really love using the tablet now and i don’t really mind that it runs windows! a few last notes… i don’t recommend installing any of the other lenovo software. on my first attempt i let lenovo’s update program install everything it recommended and it slowed the tablet down. like way down. the second time i did what i described above and if i was to do it all over again, i would do it the same way. don’t forget to calibrate your screen using the wacom tool in the control panel. consider installing classic shell. it is a free start menu replacement which used to be open source. then head over to ninite to grab a customized installer to install all your programs. last but not least, don’t forget to grab your free copy of onenote. note: the new free version does not properly import notebooks from onenote 2007 that have pdf printouts with notes written on top. the first few pages of the section look okay. scrolling down will reveal your writing progressively shifts up and is no longer aligned the way you wrote it on the printout. update 1/26/2015: in windows power management you may notice the options are limited to one setting, balanced. to get even more performance you can install some registry patches that restore options under advanced power settings. so far i have added processor power management, wireless adapter settings, pci express and created additional power profiles like high performance and battery saver. update 7/16/2015: please read the comments below for some more helpful hints. rick said he was able to create a windows 8.1 clean install media straight from the tablet that includes all drivers and is activated. roger was also able to help us figure out the two unknown devices, one being the broadcom gnss geolocation driver and the other is atmel touch debug port driver boot bridge peripheral driver. thank you kindly, gentlemen! update 8/4/2015: windows 10! it is possible – but my experience was sluggish compared to an already lackluster windows 8.1. here’s how i did it… by the way, i only ran it for a day, then returned to windows 8.1. use the media creation tool to setup the windows 10 installer to a usb drive. i went with windows 10 pro 32-bit, as i currently have windows 8.1 pro 32-bit installed. boot from the usb drive. (power and volume up buttons at the same time. then set the usb drive as the first selection.) select “custom install” and then delete all partitions. select “drive 0 unallocated space” and click next. the next part will take about 25 minutes until the next user input is required. after you choose your settings and windows finishes setting itself up, install the drivers. for the chipset, i used the acer iconia w3 windows 8.1 driver package. run setup.exe from the “mi” folder. it is a bit newer than lenovo’s – which did not provide functional drivers for everything under windows 10. you will also need lenovo’s broadcom wireless lan driver for bcm4330 abgn, broadcom gnss geolocation driver, atmel touch debug port driver, wintab driver. for any devices remaining with a question mark, update their driver from a location on your computer, pointing it to the “mi” folder. if i recall correctly, that should take care of any remaining devices, or windows update will. windows update will take some time to get going so be patient. i ran some benchmarks and the results are as follows: passmark: 202.9 cpu mark: 625 2d graphics mark: 81.5 disk mark: 187.5 if you were able to find a way to get the performance up to par – then please let us know! when i tried playing back 720p video on vlc, it was laggy and unwatchable! update 8/20/2016: windows 10 i tried the free update to windows 10 and it still felt sluggish. went back to windows 8.1! posted on august 5, 2013how to get your logitech dinovo mini to work in ubuntu i am writing this post because i forgot to bookmark the forum thread where i originally read the solution. so i backtracked using the .bash_history file, and compared it with an original version. start by unpairing the keyboard from your computer. then open /lib/udev/rules.d/97-bluetooth-hid2hci.rules remove kernel=="hiddev*", from the following line kernel=="hiddev*", attrs{idvendor}=="046d", attrs{idproduct}=="c70[345abce]|c71[3bc]", \ so it looks like attrs{idvendor}=="046d", attrs{idproduct}=="c70[345abce]|c71[3bc]", \ and reboot and pair it! posted on january 17, 2013compile latest ganglia for all versions of debian and ubuntu i have learned a lot since i wrote the original how-to. i do not have time to write a nice story but follow the steps below and you should be fine. this will provide you with the latest version of ganglia on any debian based distro. objectives: 1. download latest sources from ganglia git repository. 2. compile, install and setup monitor-core. 3. setup ganglia-web front-end. 4. setup hsflowd on servers. on your collector / php enabled web-server: apt-get install build-essential automake autoconf pkg-config gperf libtool rrdtool librrd-dev libconfuse-dev libapr1-dev libpcre3-dev cd ~ git clone https://github.com/ganglia/monitor-core.git ganglia cd ganglia git submodule init git submodule update ./bootstrap update february 1, 2014: you need to install concurrency kit before running configure or it will fail. instructions: "git clone http://concurrencykit.org/cgit/cgit.cgi/ck/"; "cd ck"; "./configure"; "make"; "make install" and then switch back to your ganglia directory and continue. ./configure --with-gmetad make make install ln -s /usr/local/lib64/ganglia /usr/lib/ganglia useradd --system ganglia groupadd --system ganglia nano /etc/ld.so.conf add line: /usr/local/lib ldconfig nano /usr/local/etc/gmetad.conf change: data_source "your cluster name" 20 localhost cp ~/ganglia/debian/gmond.conf /usr/local/etc/gmond.conf nano /usr/local/etc/gmond.conf change: mute = yes change: name = "your cluster name" change: udp_send_channel { port = 8649 ttl = 1 } udp_recv_channel { port = 8649 } sflow { udp_port = 8649 accept_vm_metrics = yes } tcp_accept_channel { port = 8649 } cd /var/www git clone https://github.com/ganglia/ganglia-web.git ganglia cd ganglia mkdir dwoo/compiled mkdir dwoo/cache mkdir -p /var/lib/ganglia/rrds chown nobody /var/lib/ganglia/rrds chown -r www-data:www-data /var/www/ganglia cp conf_default.php.in conf_default.php cp version.php.in version.php nano conf_default.php change: $conf['gweb_confdir'] = "/var/www/ganglia"; change: $conf['gmetad_root'] = "/var/lib/ganglia"; gmond gmetad on servers you want to monitor: apt-get install hsflowd note: this package does not appear to be included anymore. visit their website. nano /etc/hsflowd.conf change: dnssd = off change: polling = 20 change: sampling = 2000 change: collector { ip = (ip running gmond+gmetad) udpport = 8649 } /etc/init.d/hsflowd start visit your webserver to see your graphs. done! note: there is a mistake in stacked.php as of january 16, 2013 which causes the graph to break. the exact error is: “php parse error: syntax error, unexpected t_foreach in /var/www/ganglia/stacked.php” to fix, search for “$min_index = min(array_keys($hosts))” and add a semi-colon to the end of the line: nano /var/www/ganglia/stacked.php change: $min_index = min(array_keys($hosts)); edit (8/5/2013): i recently read this article and decided to set my sampling rate to 2000. i was occasionally getting errors where my network speed was being measured in petabytes/s! here is a second article about the same topic that is also worth a quick read. posted on march 19, 2012july 15, 2017setup a kvm vps host, lvm on software raid1 and a virtual pfsense router we are here today to setup a kvm host on centos 6 (or linux variant). the host will have logical volumes backed by software raid1 and a virtual pfsense router. with this setup you can securely and reliably host multiple applications on the same server. i am writing these instructions for linux users. i do not use windows on my personal computer. you may need to run a linux virtual machine or locate the appropriate windows software. the server should have a vt-x enabled proccessor, two hard drives (for software raid1) and an uninterruptible power source. if the server is in a datacenter with reliable or redundant power you may be fine without a ups. install centos 6.2 (or latest version) using the minimal disc (centos-6.2-x86_64-minimal.iso) and choose custom partitioning. if your provider pre-installed the operating system then skip the next few steps. at the partition editor create two raid partitions on each drive. one 500mb and a second to fill the remainder of space. this leads to four partitions. next, create a raid device with mount point “/boot”, filesystem ext4, type raid1 and select both 500mb partitions. create another raid device, select filesystem lvm, type raid1 and select the two remaining partitions. next, create a new logical volume group and call it whatever you want. in the logical volume manager click add, set the mount point to “/”, filesystem ext4 and size of 20000mb. click add again, set the filesystem to “swap” and make it the same size as your ram. (i never seem to need the swap but i read it is better to have than not.) complete the install and reboot. login as root. let’s disable some services we don’t use, “chkconfig fcoe off; chkconfig ip6tables off; chkconfig iptables off; chkconfig iscsi off; chkconfig iscsid off; chkconfig lldpad off; chkconfig netfs off; chkconfig nfslock off; chkconfig rpcbind off; chkconfig rpcgssd off; chkconfig rpcidmapd off”. if your provider pre-installed your operating system don’t disable iptables unless you have another firewall setup. time to setup initial networking. eth0 is connected to our wan. we will configure it as a bridge so our pfsense router can use it as an interface. if you have multiple network ports and/or lan this may be different. “vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0” device="eth0" hwaddr="xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx" nm_controlled="no" onboot="yes" type="ethernet" bridge="br0" next we will set the ip on the wan bridge. later we will use it for ssh to setup pfsense. if you have one ip, don’t worry, we will comment it out before bringing up our router. “vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-br0” device=br0 nm_controlled=no onboot=yes type=bridge stp=on delay=0 bootproto=none ipaddr=x.x.x.x gateway=x.x.x.x netmask=x.x.x.x dns1=x.x.x.x if you have a lan port to use for ssh then configure that interface instead. if you would like to allow virtual machines to be on your lan, in addition to wan, then replicate the above two configurations for your lan interface. make sure to only specify the ip information (address, gateway, netmask, dns) on one bridge. we have to make atleast one bridge for virtual machines to connect to. i usually make two. one for the host server and virtualizations that do not run public services. the second for virtualizations that run public services. “vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-br1” device=br1 nm_controlled=no onboot=yes type=bridge stp=on delay=0 bootproto=none “vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-br2” device=br2 nm_controlled=no onboot=yes type=bridge stp=on delay=0 bootproto=none change the default ssh port. why use the default port when you don’t have to? “vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config”, uncomment and change “port 22” to “port xxx22” (easier to remember) or “port xxxxx”. restart the service, “/etc/init.d/sshd restart”. if you are on a public network apply some iptables rules to protect yourself before or immediately after restarting the network service. restart the network service. “/etc/init.d/network restart” if you need a simple firewall to copy and paste, “vi /root/firewall” #!/bin/sh # iptables script generated 2011-01-23 # http://www.mista.nu/iptables ipt="/sbin/iptables" # extra stuff echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv6/conf/all/disable_ipv6 echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/icmp_echo_ignore_broadcasts echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/all/accept_source_route echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_syncookies echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/all/accept_redirects echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/all/send_redirects echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/all/rp_filter echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/all/log_martians echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_ecn echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward # flush old rules, old custom tables $ipt --flush $ipt --delete-chain # set default policies for all three default chains $ipt -p input drop $ipt -p forward drop $ipt -p output accept # enable free use of loopback interfaces $ipt -a input -i lo -j accept $ipt -a output -o lo -j accept # all tcp sessions should begin with syn $ipt -a input -p tcp ! --syn -m state --state new -s 0.0.0.0/0 -j drop # accept inbound tcp packets $ipt -a input -m state --state established,related -j accept $ipt -a input -p tcp --dport xxx22 -m state --state new -s 0.0.0.0/0 -j accept # accept inbound icmp messages $ipt -a input -p icmp --icmp-type 8 -s 0.0.0.0/0 -j accept # $ipt -a input -p icmp --icmp-type 11 -s 0.0.0.0/0 -j accept then, “chmod +x /root/firewall; /root/firewall”. we are connected to the internet! let’s update the packages, “yum update -y”. next, install kvm, libvirt, ntpd and wget, “yum install kvm libvirt ntp wget -y”. enable ntpd on boot, “chkconfig ntpd on”. disable selinux, “vi /etc/selinux/config” and change “selinux=enforcing” to “selinux=disabled”. remove the default libvirt networking, “rm -f /etc/libvirt/qemu/networks/autostart/default.xml; rm -f /etc/libvirt/qemu/networks/default.xml”. the next numbered items are optional and may improve performance. 1. “vi /etc/fstab”, change the entry for root(/) from “defaults” to “defaults,relatime”. 2. “vi /boot/grub/menu.lst”, at the end of the kernel line add “elevator=deadline”. 3. “vi /etc/sysctl.conf”, at the bottom add “vm.swappiness=0” and on another line “vm.zone_reclaim_mode=0” the idea is to increase the availability of writing to the disk. read about it on ibm’s website. (another good idea, if you are using lvms, is to disable caching on your virtual hard drives. keep this in mind for later.) add a line to “/etc/rc.local” (above the last line) for your firewall script. for example, “/root/firewall”. you may also want to add a line to turn off tcp segementation offloading. for example, “ethtool -k eth0 tso off”. type “reboot now”. on your personal computer, create a key pair using “ssh-keygen” and copy the public key to your server using “ssh-copy-id”. the easiest way to start making virtual machines is to install virt-manager on your personal computer, “sudo yum (or apt-get) install virt-manager”. open virt-manager and click “add connection” in the file menu. tick “connect to remote host” and set hostname to “domain(or ip):port”. if you copied the key it will connect without a password. right click on the host entry and click on details. click on the storage tab. click on the + at the bottom left corner. name it whatever, select type “logical: lvm volume group” and click next. set the target path to “/dev/(whatever you named it during installation)”, leave the rest blank and click finish. you will see the name on the left with the percentage of free space. open a terminal and ssh into the server. change directories to the default image location, “cd /var/lib/libvirt/images”. visit the pfsense mirror page and download the iso, “wget mirror/pfsense-2.0.1-release-i386.iso.gz”. decompress it, “gunzip pfsense-2.0.1-release-i386.iso.gz”. in virt-manager, right click on the host and click new. call it whatever, select local installation media and click forward. browse for the iso you just downloaded (“/var/lib/libvirt/images/pfsense-2.0.1-release-i386.iso”) and click choose volume. set the os type to unix, version to freebsd 8.x and click forward. allocate atleast 512mb of memory, 1 or 2 cpus and click forward. select managed or existing storage and click browse. select your volume group, click new volume, set the max capcity between 1000 and 4000mb, click ok, click choose volume and click forward. click advanced options, select eth0/br0 and click finish. while the pfsense iso is booting push “i” when prompted to start the installer. install with default options and smp kernel. reboot. before the virtual machine turns back on force the power off. go to the virtual machine details. click add hardware, select network, select host device “eth1/br1”, select device model “e1000” and click finish. repeat this for each bridge. write down the mac assigned to each bridge. click on ide cd-rom and remove it. click boot options, tick “start virtual machine on host boot up” and click apply. start the virtual machine. when asked about vlans choose setup later. assign the interfaces their appropriate designation. go to your terminal that is connected to the host server. in the default image directory download a live cd. i like to use ubuntu 10.04.4. here is the mirror list. go to virt-manager, right click on the host and click new. setup a virtual machine to boot from the live cd. the amount of storage doesn’t matter. under advanced options, select the bridge you assigned to the lan in pfsense. on the live desktop open firefox and go to “http://192.168.1.1”. the default login is admin and password is pfsense. this can be changed under system, user manager. go to system, advanced and change the default port. (optional) go to system, general settings, set your hostname and domain. you can use your own dns servers or set them to 8.8.4.4, 8.8.8.8, 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220. set your time zone and hit save. go to interfaces, set the details for each interface and save but do not hit apply. if you have one public ip it is very important that you do not click apply! go to services and setup your dhcp servers as desired. go to firewall, nat and click on the + icon. set the destination port range to whatever you changed it to earlier in system/advanced, redirect target ip to the lan ip of your router, redirect target port to the same value as destination port and click save. click the plus icon, again. set the destination port to the ssh port you setup earlier, redirect target ip to the lan ip of your host server (to be set in the next step), redirect target port to the same as destination port and click save. go to diagnostics, halt system and click yes. open the terminal which is connected to your server and open the br0 config file. comment or delete the address, gateway, netmask, dns details and save. open the br1 (assuming you used br1 for lan) config file and use the same format as br0 to set a private ip. for example, the router is x.x.x.1 so i made the host server x.x.x.2. don’t forget to set the gateway, netmask and dns! reboot the host server. when it comes back up the router will autostart. you can visit the web interface and ssh using the wan ip! a few more things before you are on your way… install grub on the second drive’s master boot record. when the first drive fails use the second to boot. go to this link and scroll down to “install grub on new hard drive mbr”. you can follow exactly what the person wrote there. test it by rebooting and booting from the second drive! to monitor your virtual machines’s resource consumption install host sflow. it will add and remove virtual machines without manual intervention. combine with ganglia for web based reporting. i have written a guide here. in pfsense, setup firewall rules on the opt* interfaces to allow internet access. look at the lan rules to get started. also, add rules to block traffic from opt* interfaces to your lan, etc. when rebooting the host set a 2 minute timer (instead of now) and halt the router. i have had problems with the router when resuming from a suspended state. i hope this helped you setup something cool!! please leave a comment if you have a suggestion or question. posted on october 30, 2011new server for a small office i recently setup an hp 6200 pro small form factor pc. it had 12gb of ram and 2x 250gb 7200rpm disks running software raid 1 on centos 6. it was for a small office where the server was 10 years old and died. this beauty is dual core with hyperthreading! a perfect candidate to virtualize 3 windows xp machines and a linux file server. the printers are setup on the host operating system since they are specific to that site. the virtualizations can easily be migrated from office to office or accessed over the vpn. employees and it no longer need to worry about physically moving their computer from one site to another. data will remain in a safe location and backups can be made regularly by the administrator. some people may be interested to know that there is a parallel port adapter available from hp. it connects directly to a pin-out on the motherboard. i used it to connect a panasonic kx-p3196. i had to install kmod-lp for my printer to be detected. to run kvm you will need to enable vt-x in the bios. go through every menu and you will find it. if this is not enabled the kvm module for your cpu will not load. i also setup a turnkey linux core as a central samba server which will backup nightly to amazon s3. three windows xp virtualizations get one logical processor each and 2gb of ram. the turnkey linux core server gets 1gb of ram and one logical processor. i will update this post if there are any problems with this setup. posted on june 24, 2011reset supermicro ipmi password i forgot my ipmi password. did you do this too? do you have root access via ssh to the installed operating system? if you answered yes to both these questions, i have good news for you. here is how to do this via ssh to the installed linux operating system. download the ipmicfg utility on the supermicro ftp. unzip it and set the appropriate file as executable. for me it is “ipmicfg-linux.x86_64.static”. use –help to view the available options. i copied the values for the following: -m (show ip and mac), -k (show subnet mask), -dhcp (get dhcp status), -g (show gateway ip), -vlan (get vlan status). take a deep breath and reset to factory default (-fd). you should see: reset to the factory default completed! update the settings and you should be good to go! the following is what i did to accomplish this. turn dhcp off (-dhcp off) and set the ip (-m ###.###.###.###). if you need to set a custom mac (-a ##:##:##:##:##:##). i checked my ip and mac (-m) and did not need to set the mac. set the subnet mask (-k ###.###.###.###) and the gateway (-g ###.###.###.###). login using ipmi view. the default (case sensitive) login / pass is admin / admin. go ahead and change the password! if you try to do this from the web interface it will not work. enjoy the great features which you have recovered! posted on june 8, 2011logrotate mysql cron error i have been receiving the following email report: /etc/cron.daily/logrotate: error: error running shared postrotate script for '/var/log/mysql.log /var/log/mysql/mysql.log /var/log/mysql/mysql-slow.log ' run-parts: /etc/cron.daily/logrotate exited with return code 1 most recommendations to fix this problem suggest updating the debian-sys-maint password for the mysql server to match the one in /etc/mysql/debian.cnf. this will not fix the problem if mysql is not logging. check if logging is turned on in /etc/mysql/my.cnf. if you choose only to log errors then remove /etc/logrotate.d/mysql-server. you should no longer get this error!! posted on june 7, 2011phplist smtp w/ ssl update (nov 25, 2013): instructions for version 3.0.5 1. rename config_extended.php to config.php 2. uncomment line 558. define("phpmailer_secure",'ssl'); 3. set mail server on line 535. define("phpmailerhost",'smtp.yourdomain.com'); 4. uncomment line 543, 544, 547. fill in the username, password and ssl port number. 5. set line 213 to 0. define ("test",0); the above steps should be all you need to do to setup smtp w/ ssl on the current version. there is no longer a need to edit any file other than config.php. update (aug 18, 2013): the newest version of phplist’s config.php has settings for using secure smtp. i suggest you use the new config file by copying your settings from the old config file. enjoy! update (nov 20, 2012): this still works for 2.10.19! 🙂 update (nov 7, 2011): i just upgraded to 2.10.17 and can confirm this still works. original post (jun 7, 2011): when i updated phplist to 2.10.14 i forgot that there were a few modifications required for using smtp with ssl. this may be the reason your phplist will not send mail. searching resulted in many forum threads which had numerous suggestions. i checked the old files and found that the following modifications, in the past, had allowed me to send mail via smtp with ssl. config/config.php settings: define("phpmailer",1); define("phpmailerhost",'smtp.yourdomain.com'); $phpmailer_smtpuser = 'login'; $phpmailer_smtppassword = 'password'; $phpmailer_smtpsecure = 'ssl'; $phpmailer_smtpport = 465; open admin/class.phplistmailer.php and locate: $this->password = $globals['phpmailer_smtppassword']; below it insert: $this->smtpsecure = $globals['phpmailer_smtpsecure']; $this->port = $globals['phpmailer_smtpport']; open admin/phpmailer/class.smtp.php and locate: $this->smtp_conn = fsockopen($host, update $host, to $host='ssl://smtp.yourdomain.com', you should now be able to send mail!! posts navigation page 1 page 2 next page tweets by ‎@hb123 check out my new project! assistant physician network. it is an organization that helps raise awareness and find jobs for unmatched doctors – licensed under a new missouri law to practice primary care in under-served areas with supervision of a licensed physician. recent posts avada cache buster quick command line video excerpt lenovo thinkpad tablet 2 reformat guide recent commentsjoe on lenovo thinkpad tablet 2 reformat guidehussein on lenovo thinkpad tablet 2 reformat guidejoe on lenovo thinkpad tablet 2 reformat guide search for: search subscribe to blog via email your email address will never be shared with any 3rd parties. email address


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