module – Bypass Web Setup Wizard for Extension Install

Scenario: I am trying to install the authorize.net module/extension.

  1. I have ran the Web Setup Wizard:

“Your current PHP memory limit is 256M”

I changed the maxumim memory to “=2048” in php.ini.

I found out I am unable to restart the server because it is a bluehost shared server, which I believe is required for this change to take effect. Any readiness check seems to fail because of the 256M limit.

  1. I tried using composer.json to circumvent the Web Setup Wizard and execute commands via PuTTY:

I tried to add the authorize.net module to the composure.json manually, and attempted to run the magento update from my root directory and was denied access due to permissions.
https://devdocs.magento.com/cloud/howtos/install-components.html

Question: Is upgrading to a dedicated VPS so I have more control my only option to resolve the scenario, and is it in my best interest to do so in the long run anyway? I dont have an issue doing so if it is needed, especially if I will frequently need su ability.

How can a site bypass VPN without using geolocation?

(I was instructed to repost if related questions didn’t answer my question. I’ll try to explain my question better.)

There’s a website and it shows two pieces of information when you chat with another user.

“IP location” and “Detected location”.

When I used a VPN (and WebRTC off), the “IP location” changed to the VPN location, but the “Detected location” remained the real location! So the site was able to bypass VPN.

Does anyone understand how this is possible?

I tried several other sites but not a single one was able to detect real location. Sites like https://www.iplocation.net only saw the VPN location. So I know the VPN is solid. Some sites use geolocation (e.g. https://gps-coordinates.org), but for that, the browser shows notification asking for permission. But in the case of this site, the browser didn’t give any location indication.

In related questions, there’s discussion about Google Maps, but on fresh browser even maps.google.com can’t bypass the VPN (and shows the VPN location). Then if you click on the small circle, browser will ask to allow location permission. So unless you allow GM can’t get your location.

So I’m curious to understand how is this possible?

javascript – Bypass Shopify auth when developing Shopify apps locally with Koa & Next JS?

So I’m following https://shopify.dev/tutorials/build-a-shopify-app-with-node-and-react but ever since I ngrok‘d it’s too slow.

Is there any way I can develop locally? I know Shopify is a hosted solution but ngrok makes it way too slow for me.

I’m from India & I think the servers are from US & it’s so slow that it takes literally 5 mins & sometimes it doesn’t even load properly at all.

Here’s my current server.js:

require('isomorphic-fetch')
const dotenv = require('dotenv')
const Koa = require('koa')
const next = require('next')
const { default: createShopifyAuth } = require('@shopify/koa-shopify-auth')
const { verifyRequest } = require('@shopify/koa-shopify-auth')
const session = require('koa-session')

dotenv.config()

const { PORT, NODE_ENV, SHOPIFY_API_SECRET_KEY, SHOPIFY_API_KEY } = process.env

const port = parseInt(PORT, 10) || 3000
const dev = NODE_ENV !== 'production'
const app = next({ dev })
const handle = app.getRequestHandler()

app.prepare().then(() => {
    const server = new Koa()
    server.use(session({ secure: true, sameSite: 'none' }, server))
    server.keys = (SHOPIFY_API_SECRET_KEY)
    server.use(
        createShopifyAuth({
            apiKey: SHOPIFY_API_KEY,
            secret: SHOPIFY_API_SECRET_KEY,
            scopes: ('read_products'),
            afterAuth(ctx) {
                const { shop, accessToken } = ctx.session
                ctx.cookies.set('shopOrigin', shop, {
                    httpOnly: false,
                    secure: true,
                    sameSite: 'none',
                })
                ctx.redirect('/')
            },
        })
    )

    server.use(verifyRequest())
    server.use(async (ctx) => {
        await handle(ctx.req, ctx.res)
        ctx.respond = false
        ctx.res.statusCode = 200
        return
    })
    server.listen(port, () => {
        console.log(`> Ready on http://localhost:${port}`)
    })
})

Can I set the dev variable somewhere & bypass Shopify auth (Idk much about koa) to code my app locally & then check the final result on Shopify app store?

I even tried serveo, lynk, sish & many other ngrok alternatives. None of them worked. serveo did until it didn’t. So I gotta use 8 hours of ngrok but any other solutions are appreciated.

How do I skip or bypass the FRP on my Samsung Galaxy S7?

I recently did a hard reset on my old Samsung Galaxy S7. As a result, FRP was activated and now prevented me from getting to the home screen to log in to another account. I don't remember the password of this Google account. I also haven't added a recovery email to this Google Account.

RootJunky tried as recommended in this answer, but it didn't work: https://android.stackexchange.com/a/127745/322387 Is there any other way to get around this FRP lock?

Driver – bypass, workaround firmware "downgraded" epson

Please help me figure out how to fix this.

My WF7710 Epson device is "downgreaded" by default.
I want to use it without this limitation.
Please tell me how to flash or debrick the firmware.
The Epson firmware does not execute the command prompt (see picture in this entry).

Sincerely yours

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