Sometimes QNAP changes file owner to
admin:administ (actually to
admin user in
administrators group) which may cause some troubles on certain FTP operations when you’re logged in to QNAP’s FTP server with user different than
admin (using this user to operate on FTP is a quite great mistake and you should always use other, less privileged user for this).
chown command you can easily fix this.
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I’m using newest version of webtrees (1.7.9) and even though I have Control panel > Manage family trees > Preferences > Lists > The date and time of the last update set to
Hide, I could clearly see that field in
Facts and events sections of each person’s record.
Here is the solution how to hide that (and many more sections).
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There are several ways, how one can access a website. Using domain name (i.e.
http//www.example.com/) is one of most popular. We can also use IPv4 address (i.e.
http://220.127.116.11/). In certain situations URL can be “enhanced” with port number, login and password etc.
A bit less known option is to access an URL using IPv6 address. You only need to enclose it inside square brackets i.e.:
Edit: Thanks to Foo Bar for correcting an obvious, yet fundamental mistake to this article.
When you press Alt+F7 in Total Commander, you have access to really powerful search functionality. Unfortunately, the
Load/Save tab allows loading and saving of search parameters, not the search results.
However, there’s a hidden gem that allows you to copy search results to clipboard and then you can paste them to Notepad and save them to file. Just press Ctrl+C when list of search results is focused. A single “blink” of window will tell you that contents are copied to clipboard.
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