Even just a small amount of coding, or having reference materials, can go a long way when troubleshooting. Reverse engineering code also has it’s merits and these beginner bash tutorials and reference materials compiled by nixCraft are one to bookmark.
A list of online tutorials and resources to help you learn bash shell, the default OS X and Linux shell.
Source: How to Learn bash shell and scripting – The best tutorials for bash beginners
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I recently did some tweaks and ran across a very interesting issue when hardening PHP using SuHosin. All the WordPress sites stopped working. It seems WordPress needs 256MB in order to work, and by default SuHosin does not specify an upper memory limit.
After a recent upgrade to WordPress 3.5 on a multisite installation, I received an error when using “Update Network” through the GUI. I did some searching via WordPress forums and Google, but did not find anything specific to MU usage.
I did find a non-English site which offered a solution, but it required editing the files within WordPress, something which could be overwritten during an upgrade. Continue reading