In Firefox: “The page isn’t redirecting properly”
/!\ NEXTCLOUD 13.0.1 UPDATE /!\
The nextcloud 13.0.1 package changes the location of the bundled apps.
After updating to 13.0.1 you MUST adapt your configuration. You MUST
add an additional entry to the "apps-paths" array in config/config.php
'path' => '/usr/local/www/nextcloud/apps-pkg',
'url' => '/apps-pkg',
'writable' => false,
For the default installation, the fix can be applied with:
su -m www -c "php ./occ config:import < /usr/local/share/nextcloud/fix-apps_paths.json"
So running this after an ‘failed’ upgrade, run this:
su -m www -c "php /usr/local/www/nextcloud/occ config:import < /usr/local/share/nextcloud/fix-apps_paths.json"
Deleting expired objects with RMAN, resulting in an invalid response while answering ‘correctly’:
Wilt u de bovenstaande objecten verwijderen (voer JA of NEE in)? JA
"JA" is een ongeldige respons - voer opnieuw in.
Wilt u de bovenstaande objecten verwijderen (voer JA of NEE in)? j
"j" is een ongeldige respons - voer opnieuw in.
Wilt u de bovenstaande objecten verwijderen (voer JA of NEE in)? y
Het gearchiveerde log is verwijderd.
Wipe-out! Do you have a problem loading Google Calendar in Firefox and getting:
“The page isn’t redirecting properly“, “This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies.“?
I only removed one cookie for Domain ‘.www.google.com‘ and Path ‘/calendar/‘ and problem was solved!
The dot prefixing the ‘www’ is causing the problem I think.
When checking for the latest version of Wireshark, I came across their IPv4/IPv6 test page.
Of course a lot more IPv6 test pages can be found here:
I finally found how to add birthdays from my Google contacts to Google calendar. It is deeply hidden within Google calendar, whereas I would expect this to be a simple check-box setting.
Google calendar contact birthday
I have been moving sites and urls around and found this page to be very handy to implement friendly http 301 redirects.
When you play a movie on some sort of multimedia system, it shows you the time remaining or some progress bar, but why not show you the real end time?!
“When you play this movie now, it will be finished at 23:15.”