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Webmin "Error code ssl_error_rx_record_too_long" - Fix it Now ?

This article covers how to troubleshoot "Error code ssl_error_rx_record_too_long" in Webmin. Usually the ssl_error_rx_record_too_long error means that the service is not speaking in SSL - for example, if you try to access an http-only service via https. 

Are you sure that webmin is set up to talk in ssl on port :10000?

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Windows Cannot Find Microsoft Software License Terms - Fix it Now ?

This article covers methods to fix Windows error, Cannot Find Microsoft Software License Terms. Basically, this error happens when trying to perform a clean install of Windows Server 2016 on a new Hyper-V virtual machine. A common cause for Windows cannot find the Microsoft license software terms can be your BIOS. Sometimes certain BIOS settings can interfere with your system and prevent Windows from installing.


To fix this Windows issue, users are suggesting entering BIOS and restore the default settings.

This is fairly simple to do, but if you don't know how to do it properly, we advise you to check your motherboard manual for detailed instructions. 

After restoring the default settings, try to install Windows again.


Another method to fix Windows cannot find the Microsoft license software terms message, is to,

Disconnect the installation media during the installation:

Follow the installation steps until you reach the Install Now screen.

Disconnect your installation media and click the Install Now button.

Continue the installation as you would do normally.

Once the setup is ready to start copying files, it will ask you to reconnect your installation media, so be sure to do so.

After you connect the installation media, follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.

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Unable to find the User entry – Fix Apache Web Agent Installation Error

This article covers how to fix Unable to find the User entry Apache Web Agent Installation Error.

This arror happens when we fail to set the user and group in the Apache httpd.conf file. Also, You will see "Unable to find the "User" entry in the httpd.conf file, will try APACHE_RUN_USER environment variable" and/or "Unable to find the "Group" entry in the httpd.conf file, will try APACHE_RUN_GROUP environment variable" errors.

To resolve this Apache error:
1. Check whether the user and group are set; you can do this via the httpd.conf file or equivalent file (such as envvars). For example:
a. Review the httpd.conf file and check whether the user and group are set. By default, they are set to apache, for example:

$ cat httpd.conf | grep 'User\|Group'
...
User apache
Group apache
..

If they are not set, you should set them; you can set them to apache or nobody.
b. Review the envvars file to ensure the user and group are set in the APACHE_RUN_USER and APACHE_RUN_GROUP environment variables. For example:

$ cat envvars | grep 'APACHE_RUN_USER\|APACHE_RUN_GROUP'
export APACHE_RUN_USER=apache
export APACHE_RUN_GROUP=apacheIf they are not set, you should set them; you can set them to apache or nobody.

2.     Review the passwd and group files to check whether the user and group match what is set in your httpd.conf file or equivalent. For example:

$ cat /etc/passwd | grep apache
apache:x:48:48:apache:/usr/share/httpd:/sbin/nologin
$ cat /etc/group | grep apache
apache:x:48:


If they are not set, you should set them to match what is in the httpd.conf file or equivalent.

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Drupal Unexpected Error

This article will guide you on how to fix #drupal unexpected error. Drupal error occurs due to many reasons that include corrupt #database, non-compatible modules installation, cache, #PHP configuration, custom codes, and so on. 

1. An "Internal Server Error" is an #error on the web server that you're trying to access. 2. That server is misconfigured in some way that is preventing it from responding properly to what you're asking for. 

3. An "Internal Server Error" often occurs due to: Misconfigured Drupal core file or folder read and write permissions.

To clear cache in #Drupal:

i. In the Manage administrative menu, navigate to Configuration > Development > Performance (admin/config/development/performance).

ii. Click Clear all caches.

iii. A message saying the cache has been cleared appears at the top of the page.

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Are You Sure You Want to Do This Error in WordPress

This article will guide you on how to go about fixing "Are You Sure You Want to Do This" Error in WordPress. 

Critical errors damage your website's credibility, usability and accessibility. An important part of website optimization is therefore to detect critical errors and correct them as quickly as possible. The most common critical errors include server errors, broken pages, and broken images.

To fix WordPress #errors:

1. Check Your .htaccess File.

2. Switch To The Default Theme. If you are seeing the 500 Internal Server Error message, then you probably can't access the dashboard.

3. Increase #Memory Limit.

4. Deactivate All Your #WordPress #Plugins.

To get rid of warnings in WordPress:

i. Access your website by clicking the “public_html” folder in the directory.

ii. Select the wp-config.

iii. Click the “Edit” button on the new window.

iv. You may see “true” instead of false.

v. Click the “Save Changes” button in the top right.

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