Wordpress Plugins InstalledThis is not just a plugin, it symbolizes the hope and enthusiasm of an entire generation summed up in two words sung most famously by Louis Armstrong: Hello, Dolly. When activated you will randomly see a lyric from "Hello, Dolly" in the upper right of your admin screen on every page.Find Program using Specific Port and Closed ItAssume that you now want to use port 18080 to run your new program, but you find that the port is already employed by other program. What need you do? First, find the target program using the specific port (18080, in this case), then shut the program down to free the specific port.Vue-Router 2: Uncaught RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceededI was quickly establishing the basic structure of my new project at that time, and so there were many details I ignored. When I found the above error information, I was shocked. WTF is it?
After some attempts, I found the problem is that there were some Vuejs component named "RouterView" which has <router-view></router-view> inside them, and that was the cause. After I renamed their router component to names other than "RouterView", the above error information disappeared.Keep Nodejs Program Running after Closing SSHI happened to find that although my Nodejs program can run normally when I started it through SSH. If I close the SSH connection, then I can no longer visit corresponding frontend file through my browser. Oh my god, the program was closed automatically the time I closed the SSH connection. Here is the solution to the problem:Deploy Nodejs Project on CentOSThe server is php-and-mysql-available with the help of Webmin (a web-based unix system management tool). So there is no need for me to install mysql myself. What's more, I have already a nodejs program available to run in my laptop (window OS) and the Baidu BAE (unix OS). Due to preassembled php program, the 80 port is employed and the root path for front-end files under 80 port is located in /home/username/public_html. To avoid confusion between php projects and nodejs projects, I created a new folder named "node-server" under /home/orzzone/ path. In a conclusion, I uploaded my Nodejs project files to the path '/home/username/node-server'.Install Nodejs via package manager on CentOSI installed Nodejs according to the Nodejs official online instructions.
My operation system is Centos 6.5 64bit. Memory is 1.95GB. And disk space is 15 GB.
npm.cmd: You use this command to manage the Node.js packages.
node_modules: This folder contains the installed Node.js packages. These packages act as libraries that extend the capabilities of Node.js.