I tried a IPv6 only VPS. It has no IP v4 address.
It is always error connection when I tried to use an IP v6 to connect it.
Here is some new knowledge for me.
Use a pair  around the IPv6 address when using it in the Browser address .
The correct format is: https://[2001:19f0:8001:ae7:5400:1ff:fe93:a764]:10000
To enabled IPv6 support.
add a line
2) Install Socket6 perl module
apt install libsocket6-perl
Then restart webmin service.
Now I can enter the webmin which is IPv6 only webmin.
I have my Gallery 3 installation at http://albums.yinfor.com/
I want to put a image block into the home page of https://www.yinfor.com/
After doing my search and search, I find the module randimg. I download the source file and make some changes to suitable my own needs.
1) Download the source file here.
2) Decompress the package.
3) Open the file: randimg -> helpers -> randimg.php
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The Gallery 2 import is good to transfer all photos from old, Gallery 2, to Gallery 3. But sometimes the thumbnail is not converted completed. Some photos thumbnail are missing.
So, I installed Rebuild Items module.
Gives the administrator the ability to rebuild items (thumbs and re-sizes) as well as EXIF data. It marks the items in the database as ‘dirty’ and Gallery will then attempt to fix those items that are marked as dirty.
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I have an VPS at Burst.net. I pick up Centos 5.5 installation. To make MovableType work on it, I have to install Perl module Image::Magick. The image thumbnail feature will be disabled if no Image::Magick installed.
Every time I do it, I always have the problem to install it. Now I recorded here for reference.
Here is the official guide for installation of ImageMagick. I follow the instruction, but it is still not working.
So I use the way suggested on above link.
The handy notes provided by John Walker. The rest of this post are based on this notes mostly.
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I have a related entries section on individual archive of this blog.
So any old posts have relation with current post will be listed under the bottom.
You like it, me too.
Suddenly, I think I can add this feature into my Feed.
Ok. let me do it and show you how to do it.
1) Under Template Module, create a new module named as “my-feed-fun”:
2) In Atom.xml template, find
Add the following after it.
Save and rebuild.
The default LAMP installation on Ubuntu 6.10 server doesn’t include mod_rewrite module.
This module is required by WordPress MU.
I tried to install a WordPress MU on my Ubuntu server with LAMP.
To install mod_rewrite, run command as below:
sudo a2enmod rewrite
There is still another issue for WordPress MU installation. It is need a smtp service to send password to registered user.
If you do not have a postfix server on your Ubuntu, you’d better install this server first. Otherwise you can not active your account and your WordPress MU.