Hotot is a very popular twitter client for Linux. It has also been ported to Mac, Windows. Below is very easy fix. This instruction is for Ubuntu only and may or may not work for other distributions of linux but you can always tweak the installations and hotot has got very nice documentation on installation here. At first remove the previous installation of hotot.
sudo apt-get remove hotot
Download the latest source of hotot repository.
git clone https://github.com/lyricat/Hotot.git Hotot-master
Once download is complete. cd into the hotot directory
Create a new directory for creating build mkdir build cd build Once you are inside the build directory. Pass the command
While issuing this command you might get error reporting the missing qt dependencies. You can then just compile bypassing the qt dependency by issuing below command. Below is the error that you might receive.You will get the error as shown below.
cmake .. -DWITH_QT=off
Then bypass qt dependency as shown :
After then you can use the below commands one by one to install.
sudo make install
After successfull installation you will get the screen as shown below.
Now you can use hotot like before and it should work fine. If you still have problem using hotot then you can begin hotot with following command
using terminal and report the issues in https://github.com/lyricat/Hotot/issues
Thanks to https://github.com/Simounet @Simounet for pointing out the mistake the command should be sudo make install.
If you are having the redirection loop problem while trying to access wp-admin then try this fix.
change the permission of wp-admin/index.php to 755.
If you have cpanel access then browse to file manager then browse to wp-admin. Then right click on index.php and then change permission and then uncheck Write checkbox
Right click index.php
Change permission as shown in image below.
Save the changes, you have made and retry to access the wp-admin.
If this doesn’t work for you then you have to look for error_log file in the root of your public_html that should point you to the correct direction in solving this issue.
Before carrying out this operation. Please make sure that you have everything synced and quit insync. The command show below has to be passed in the terminal. For windows there is preference menu in the systray.
For Linux you can follow these steps:
1. Copy the /home//Insync directory to the new location.
2. Execute “insync –set-files-path=/new/location/Insync” from the command line.
3. When everything has been synced, quit Insync.
Now whenever you run Insync the new location will be used. Hope this helps.
Source : https://forums.insynchq.com/discussion/845/how-do-i-move-the-insync-folder-to-a-different-location
If you are getting too many strict standards errors in Joomla then there is a very easy way to suppress these kinds of error.
Just open configuration.php file which is in the root of the Joomla installation.
Open that file and find the line
public $error_reporting = 'default'
change this line to
public $error_reporting = 'production'
And refresh the page. Your all strict standards should disappear.