Fix “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page”

In WordPress, you can add pages to the admin backend by using the functions add_menu_page() or add_options_page(). If you use these functions, you may run in an error, that you get: You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page Even if you are a Super Administrator. What went wrong? Both functions allow to […]

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Fix “Error ‘[Errno 17] File exists’ processing ssl/ssl_certificate.pem” When Restoring Mail-in-a-Box

When restoring a blank Mail-in-a-Box, you may get this error: Solution to fix the problem is to run this command before running the restore: After deleting this directory, the restore should run without problems.

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Fix WordPress Subfolder 404 Errors When Using Laravel Forge

If you use WordPress in combination with a Laravel Forge provisioned server, you may encounter problems when WordPress is not installed at the root level. I discovered especially REST errors (404), when the WordPress installation is contained in a subfolder. To fix that problem, add this to your nginx configuration: Replace my_subfolder by the name […]

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Fix Linux File And Folder Permissions When Using Laravel Forge

If you use Laravel Forge and move some files to another users account (using isolated users), you will have to fix the file and folder permissions. First step is to set the correct owner. You can do that by running: Replace CORRECT_USER by the name of the correct user (the ‘isolated’ username) and replace FOLDERby […]

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Install Sentry on Ubuntu 18.04 Using Nginx and Let’s Encrypt Certificates

This tutorial guides you through the setup process of Sentry (onpremise / self hosted) using Ubuntu 18.04, nginx as webserver and LetsEncrypt certificates. First step is to get Ubuntu 18.04 up and running. In my case, I use a cloud server from Hetzner. You should use a server with at least 4GB or RAM, because […]

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Laravel Form Model Binding Generates Empty Input Fields

If you use the HTML package from LaravelCollective to generate your Laravel forms, you may encounter a problem, when you use form model binding. It may occur, that your input fields remain empty. The reason may be, that you’ve copied your creation form to your edit form and copied an empty string as default parameter. […]

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