magento2 – Magento 2 Installation in GoDaddy Shared Hosting

I have just installed Magento in my GoDaddy Shared Hosting and get this error:
Directory /home/xxx/public_html/xxx.com/ecommerce/generated/code/Magento/Catalog/Controller/Adminhtml/Product/Index/ can not be created.
Class Magento Catalog Controller Adminhtml Product Index Interceptor generation error: The requested class was not generated correctly because the & # 39; generated & # 39; Directory permission is read-only. If — after running the command & # 39; bin / magento setup: di: compile & # 39 ;, if the permission & # 39; generated & # 39; directory is set to write — the requested class was not generated correctly, you must add the generated class object Only the signature of the associated construct method.

The permissions for all directories have been changed in 777.

Software Installation – Directly Install Files from the Internet Using the Package Manager Instead of Downloading Them First (Lubuntu Disco Dingo 64)

I just installed Google Chrome and decided to open / install the .deb file directly with Package Manager instead of downloading it first. I assume this downloads the .deb file as a temporary file somewhere?

Will this file be automatically deleted after installation? If not, where would it be so that I can delete it?

I searched in / var / cache / apt / archives and did not see it.

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Migrate a Magento installation from Apache2 to NGINX on CentOS 7.6

introduction

Magento is one of the world's leading ecommerce CMS solutions and is used by over 200,000 websites. What makes Magento such an attractive e-commerce CMS is that Magento offers a free community edition of its platform. Anyone with Linux knowledge and access to a modest virtual machine can get his online store up and running in no time. Magento runs on a Linux stack that provides great flexibility in the open source components that run the store. The typical first choice for a Linux web server is usually Apache, which provides a stable and reliable choice. However, there are other options that offer higher performance with less use of system resources. A popular alternative is NGINX.

In this guide, we will discuss the migration process of an existing Magento installation from Apache to NGINX on Debian Stretch.

requirements

To follow this guide, you need the following:

  • A Debian Stretch Server
  • A Magento installation.
  • A non-root sudo user account on the Magento server.

To begin this guide, you must log in to your server as a user who does not support root sudo.

Put Magento in maintenance mode

During this tutorial, we stop and start the web servers, which will show and hide your Magento store for any user who accesses it. This is not a great experience for your customers. We avoid this problem by putting Magento into maintenance mode. When Magento is in maintenance mode, each visitor will see a wait page and they will not be able to interact with your store.

You put Magento into maintenance mode by running the following command:

sudo php / path / to / magento2 / bin / magento maintenance: enable --ip =

The --ip = This option allows you to access your store from your IP address, while the maintenance page is displayed for all other IP addresses. This will allow you to view and verify that the store is working while maintaining visitor maintenance mode.

Now that Magento is in maintenance mode, we can install NGINX.

Installation of NGINX and PHP-FPM

In this step, we install NGINX and the PHP FPM packages. NGINX uses PHP-FPM, a high-performance reimplementation of standard PHP. If you already use PHP FPM with Apache, you can remove it from the Install apt-get Command, but leaving it in place will not cause a problem.

We should stop Apache here, or the installation will encounter an error if APT tries to launch NGINX while Apache is running. The following commands stop Apache from running and prevent Apache from being displayed at boot time:

sudo systemctl stops apache2.service
sudo systemctl disable apache2.service

Run the following command to install NGINX and PHP FPM:

sudo apt-get install nginx php-fpm

NGINX is now installed and can be configured.

Migrate an HTTP-only Magento instance

In this step we configure NGINX to serve only one HTTP Magento instance. If your Magento instance uses HTTPS, continue to the next section, which will cover the migration of an HTTPS Magento instance.

NGINX works like Apache, because it has two directories / etc / nginx / sites-available and / etc / nginx / sites-enabled These contain the web server configuration for your business. We will first place the configuration file in / etc / nginx / sites-available and then create a symlink to that file in / etc / nginx / sites-enabled This allows NGINX to serve your site.

We create and edit the site configuration file with a text editor. I'll use Nano in this guide, but you can use the following to make you feel comfortable:

sudo nano /etc/nginx/sites-available/magento.conf

The contents of this file should look like this (remember that you need to make changes) exmaple.com and / var / www / magento2 suitable for your setup):

Server {
listen to 80;
server name ;
set $ MAGE_ROOT / path / to / magento2;
include /path/to/magento2/nginx.conf.sample;
}

upstream fastcgi_backend {
Server Unix: /var/run/php/php7.0-fpm.sock;
}

The above configuration assumes that you are using PHP 7.0 (the default) on your server. If you are using a different version, you must edit the line Server Unix: /var/run/php/php7.1-fpm.sock; matching the version of PHP and PHP-FPM you are using. When you run:

ls / var / run / php /

You can see the name of the PHP FPM socket you need to use.

The following line:

include /path/to/magento2/nginx.conf.sample;

Causes NGINX to load additional configurations contained in the file /path/to/magento2/nginx.conf.sample, This file is provided by Magento and contains very important additional settings such as locking access to confidential files, setting compression, etc. If you do not have a copy of this file, you can download one of these locations:

You must include this file to make this NGINX configuration file available to your store.

Now that the configuration file exists, we need to activate it by creating a symlink from Sites enabled with the following command:

sudo ln -s /etc/nginx/sites-available/magento.conf / etc / nginx / sites-enabled /

Then reload NGINX:

sudo systemctl load nginx.service new

NGINX should now serve your business. You should visit your store in a browser to see if it works normally. If your site does not render properly after migration, it is likely due to outdated cache and indexed data. Clearing the cache and reindexing the site with these two commands resolves this issue:

sudo php / path / to / magento2 / bin / magento cache: flush
sudo php / path / to / magento2 / bin / magento indexer: reindex

The site should now work normally. You should visit both the home page and the admin pages to make sure they work as expected. The following command disables maintenance mode and resumes normal site operation:

sudo php / path / to / magento2 / bin / magento maintenance: disable

Your Magento instance will now be migrated with NGINX as the web server.

Migrate an HTTPS Magento instance

In this step, we configure NGINX to serve an HTTPS-enabled Magento instance. NGINX works like Apache, because it has two directories / etc / nginx / sites-available and / etc / nginx / sites-enabled which contain the website configuration. We will first place the configuration file in / etc / nginx / sites-available and then create a symlink to that file in / etc / nginx / sites-enabled This allows NGINX to serve your shop.

We create and edit the site configuration file with a text editor. I'll use Nano in this guide, but you can use the following to make you feel comfortable:

sudo nano /etc/nginx/sites-available/magento.conf

The following file serves as an HTTPS site. The first server block automatically redirects all HTTP inbound visitors to the HTTPS site:

Server {
listen to 80;
server name ;
Returns 301 https: // $ server_name $ request_uri;
}

Server {
hear 443 ssl;
server name ;

ssl on;
ssl_certificate /path/to/fullchain.pem;
ssl_certificate_key /path/to/privkey.pem;

set $ MAGE_ROOT / path / to / magento2;
include /path/to/magento2/nginx.conf.sample;
}

upstream fastcgi_backend {
Server Unix: /run/php/php7.0-fpm.sock;
}

The above configuration assumes that you are using PHP 7.0 (the default) on your server. If you are using a different version, you must edit the line Server Unix: /var/run/php/php7.1-fpm.sock; matching the version of PHP and PHP-FPM you are using. When you run:

ls / var / run / php /

You can see the name of the PHP FPM socket you need to use.

The following line:

include /path/to/magento2/nginx.conf.sample;

Causes NGINX to load additional configurations contained in the file /path/to/magento2/nginx.conf.sample, This file is provided by Magento and contains very important additional settings such as locking access to confidential files, setting compression, etc. If you do not have a copy of this file, you can download one of these locations:

You must include this file to make this NGINX configuration file available to your store.

Now that the configuration file exists, we need to activate it by creating a symlink from Sites enabled with the following command:

sudo ln -s /etc/nginx/sites-available/magento.conf / etc / nginx / sites-enabled /

Then reload NGINX:

sudo systemctl load nginx.service new

NGINX should now serve your business. You should visit your store in a browser to see if it works normally. If your site does not render properly after migration, it is likely due to outdated cache and indexed data. Clearing the cache and reindexing the site with these two commands resolves this issue:

sudo php / path / to / magento2 / bin / magento cache: flush
sudo php / path / to / magento2 / bin / magento indexer: reindex

The site should now work normally. You should visit both the home page and the admin pages to make sure they work as expected. The following command disables maintenance mode and resumes normal site operation:

sudo php / path / to / magento2 / bin / magento maintenance: disable

Conclusion

Your site should now run normally and take advantage of NGINX's increased performance and reduced resource requirements. If you need additional information about configuring and optimizing NGINX, see the documentation on the website here.

installation – Cant install apk, remove apk and install apk again, it fails

I have a problem that I'm a little curious about. If I do the following with an unsigned APK, it will not be installed. Application:

  1. Download APK
  2. Open APK
  3. Allow unknown sources to be protected in Google Play
  4. Open app
  5. Uninstall app
  6. Open the same APK
  7. Allow unknown sources

Expected: App is successfully installed
Current: The installation of the app is started, running for a few seconds and then stopped with the message "App can not be installed".

Does anyone know why this happens? What is the check that forbids this use case?

Thank you in advance!

Installation – Python 3.7 with Tensorflow failed. What should I do?

My environment list:

  1. Python 3.7 on Windows 10
  2. pip install tensorflow from Anaconda.
    My Tensorflow version is Tensorflow-1.13.1

  3. I installed Keras and OpenCV Python using the anaconda prompt
    (pip install xxx).

Here is my code:

import os
Import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
Import as sns seaborn
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import from PIL image
Import Glob
import cv2
from sklearn.model_selection import train_test_split
from keras.layers import dropout, dense
from keras.models import Sequential, load_model
from keras.layers.normalization Import BatchNormalization
from keras.applications import VGG16
import from sklearn.metrics precision_score, confusion_matrix

human_expression = glob.glob ("E: / expression / sad / *");
print ("Number of images in sad emotion:" + str (len (human_expression)));

When I wrote some Python codes with PyCharm. I can not create the project properly.
The problems are below:

Use TensorFlow backend. Traceback (last call last): file
"D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  tensorflow  python  pywrap_tensorflow.py",
Line 58, in 
    from tensorflow.python.pywrap_tensorflow_internal import * file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  tensorflow  python  pywrap_tensorflow_internal.py",
Line 28, in 
    _pywrap_tensorflow_internal = swig_import_helper () file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  tensorflow  python  pywrap_tensorflow_internal.py",
Line 24 in swig_import_helper
_mod = imp.load_module ("_pywrap_tensorflow_internal", fp, pathname, description) File "D:  Anaconda3  lib  imp.py", line 242, in
load_module
Return load_dynamic (name, filename, file) D:  Anaconda3  lib  imp.py file, line 342, in load_dynamic
return _load (spec) ImportError: DLL loading failed: 找不到: 的 模块 模块

While handling the exception above, another exception occurred:

Traceback (last call last): file "E: /PythonProject/Test.py",
Line 10, in 
    from keras.layers import dropout, density file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  keras  __ init__.py", line 3, in

    from . import utils file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  keras  utils  __ init__.py", line 6, in

    from . Import the file conv_utils "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  keras  utils  conv_utils.py", line 9, into

    from .. import the backend as a K-file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  keras  backend  __ init__.py", line 89,
in the 
    import from .tensorflow_backend * file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  keras  backend  tensorflow_backend.py",
Line 5, in 
    tensorflow as tf import file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  tensorflow  __ init__.py", line 24, in

    from tensorflow.python import pywrap_tensorflow # pylint: disable = unused-import File
"D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  tensorflow  python  __ init__.py", line
49, in 
    from tensorflow.python import pywrap_tensorflow file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  tensorflow  python  pywrap_tensorflow.py",
Line 74, in 
    raise ImportError (msg) ImportError: Traceback (last call last): File
"D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  tensorflow  python  pywrap_tensorflow.py",
Line 58, in 
    from tensorflow.python.pywrap_tensorflow_internal import * file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  tensorflow  python  pywrap_tensorflow_internal.py",
Line 28, in 
    _pywrap_tensorflow_internal = swig_import_helper () file "D:  Anaconda3  lib  site-packages  tensorflow  python  pywrap_tensorflow_internal.py",
Line 24 in swig_import_helper
_mod = imp.load_module ("_pywrap_tensorflow_internal", fp, pathname, description) File "D:  Anaconda3  lib  imp.py", line 242, in
load_module
Return load_dynamic (name, filename, file) D:  Anaconda3  lib  imp.py file, line 342, in load_dynamic
return _load (spec) ImportError: DLL loading failed: 找不到: 的 模块 模块


Loading the native TensorFlow runtime failed.

See https://www.tensorflow.org/install/errors

for a few common reasons and solutions. Include the entire stack trace
above this error message if you ask for help.

Operation terminated with exit code 1

magento2 – how did you solve this error during the installation of magento 2?

[ERROR] Magento Framework Setup Exception: The status for the same indexer already exists. in C: xampp htdocs magento vendor magento framework Setup Patch PatchApplier.php: 167 Stack trace: # 0 C: xampp htdocs magento setup src Magento Setup Model Installer. php (1002): Magento Framework Setup Patch PatchApplier-> applyDataPatch (& # 39; Magento_Indexer & # 39;) # 1 C: xampp htdocs magento setup src Magento Setup Model Installer. php (874): Magento Setup Model Installer-> handleDBSchemaData (Object (Magento Setup Modules DataSetup), & # 39; data & # 39 ;, Array) # 2 [internal function]: Magento Setup Model Installer-> installDataFixtures (Array) # 3 C: xampp htdocs magento setup src Magento Setup Model Installer.php (367): call_user_func_array (Array, Array) # 4 C: xampp htdocs magento setup src magento setup controller install.php (109): Magento setup model installer-> install (array) # 5 C: xampp htdocs magento Manufacturer zendframework zend-mvc src Controller AbstractActionController.php (84): Magento Setup Controller Install-> startAction () # 6 [internal function]: Zend Mvc Controller AbstractActionController-> onDispatch (Object (Zend Mvc MvcEvent)) # 7 C: xampp htdocs magento vendor zendframework zend-eventmanager src EventManager.php (490): call_user_func (Array, Object (Zend Mvc MvcEvent)) # 8 C: xampp htdocs magento vendor zendframework zend-eventmanager src EventManager.php (260): Zend EventManager EventManager-> triggerListeners (&) # 39; Object # (Zend Mvc MvcEvent), Object (Closure) # 9 C: xampp htdocs magento vendor zendframework zend-mvc src Controller AbstractController.php (118 ): Zend EventManager EventManager-> triggerEventUntil (Object (Closure), Object (Zend Mvc MvcEvent)) # 10 C: xampp htdocs magento vendor zendframework zend-mvc src DispatchListener.php ( 118): Zend Mvc Controller AbstractController-> dispatch (object (Zend Http PhpEnvironment Request), object (Zend Http PhpEnvironment Response)) # 11 [internal function]: Zend Mvc DispatchListener-> onDispatch (Object (Zend Mvc MvcEvent)) # 12 C: xampp htdocs magento vendor zendframework zend-eventmanager src EventManager.php (490): call_user_func (Array , Object (Zend Mvc MvcEvent) # 13 C: xampp htdocs magento vendor zendframework zend-eventmanager src EventManager.php (260): Zend EventManager EventManager-> triggerListeners (& # 39; dispatch & # 39 ;, Object (Zend Mvc MvcEvent), Object (Closure) # 14 C: xampp htdocs magento vendor zendframework zend-mvc src Application.php (340): Zend EventManager EventManager-> triggerEventUntil (Object (Closure), Object (Zend Mvc MvcEvent)) # 15 C: xampp htdocs magento setup index.php (39): Zend Mvc Application-> run () # 16 {main}

Software Installation – Setting PKG_CONFIG_PATH for the dirty library still did not allow the continue of configure

I install GIMP 2.8 (I need this version to use a plugin that is not available with GIMP 2.10). A last library is needed, which asks for guideline-0.2.

My system has gegl-0.3, so I've set up the pck-config to look in the folder where the gegl-0.3.pc file is located.

~ / Downloads / gimp-$ 2.8.22 $ echo $ PKG_CONFIG_PATH
/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu:/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/:/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/gegl-0.3/:/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ pkgconfig: / usr / lib / x86_64-linux-gnu / pkgconfig /

I've made a few mistakes, but this list should cover it, I think. However, the execution of ./configure still ends with the error No package & # 39; gegl-0.2 & # 39; found

What is wrong here? Does it really need the gegl-0.2 version?

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