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23:31 Wed Nov 12 Beautifully summarised...much appreciated :-) Wordpress - ftp and update issues
00:03 Thu Nov 13 Regarding suPHP... Wordpress - ftp and update issues
02:17 Thu Nov 13 Ah... Thanks for that Wordpress - ftp and update issues
02:38 Thu Nov 13 One of the options is a Wordpress Plugin Wordpress - ftp and update issues
03:00 Thu Nov 13 Do you have a recent TKLBAM backup? webmin 502 Bad Gateway
03:01 Thu Nov 13 Ok, sorry if I treated you like a newb... Wordpress - ftp and update issues
03:30 Thu Nov 13 Sounds cool Wordpress - ftp and update issues
06:34 Thu Nov 13 TKL Core for Raspberry Pi TKL Core for Raspberry Pi
08:49 Thu Nov 13 thankqwe jeremy    Can´t login Prestashop Turnkey hub intalllation
20:43 Thu Nov 13 #!/bin/sh -e is dangerous Two simple tricks for better shell script error handling
23:24 Thu Nov 13 Are you using a TurnKey ISO? Can't find a SQUASHFS superblock
23:44 Thu Nov 13 Thanks for that Ejabberd Speege chat help- any documentations?
00:09 Fri Nov 14 Great suggestion Tim Wordpress - ftp and update issues
00:13 Fri Nov 14 Yeah I think that's the way to go aServer - a Mac Server replacement
00:18 Fri Nov 14 Let us know how you go TKL Core for Raspberry Pi
00:39 Fri Nov 14 Good idea aServer - a Mac Server replacement
00:53 Fri Nov 14 Ok, this one RT by Best Practical
01:22 Fri Nov 14 Thanks for the feedback SSL Issues when behind reverse proxy + suggestion
01:28 Fri Nov 14 Great work all round Ken! RT by Best Practical
03:01 Fri Nov 14 A few thoughts... Restore consumes all instance-based storage