Install PHP uploadprogress on Ubuntu 12.04-16.04 systems

Requirements

These instructions will work on the following systems:

  • Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with PHP 5.5/5.6/7
  • Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with PHP 5.5/5.6/7
  • Ubuntu 15.10 with PHP 5.5/5.6/7
  • Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with PHP 5.5/5.6/7

You will also need command line access with admin/sudo permissions.

Note: If you have an older version of Ubuntu or PHP you really should if possible update for security reasons (as well as performance and bug fixes).

Installation

Installation is quite simple; in your command line run:

Multi-byte UTF-8 support in Drupal 7

Drupal 7.50 introduces multi-byte UTF-8 support for MySQL and other database drivers, allowing for emojis, Asian symbols, mathematical symbols, etc.

For MySQL

In order to be able to use this, the following requirements must be met:

Use case: Public space, public section and write permission via group membership

Description

Public space with a public Discussion section.
Configure write permission managed via Group membership and not via direct space membership.

Authenticate with Instagram

For all those that are also struggling with this, here it is how I got my User Id and Access Token needed for the configuration block:

  1. Create an Instagram Client application
  2. Get your client details
  3. Authenticate
  4. Configure Instagram Block on your site

1 Create an Instagram Client application

You have to create your own instagram application here:

flag_notify-7.x-1.x documentation

INSTALLATION

Required modules

Flags

  • Using the flag administration page (admin/structure/flags) set the flags for subscribing to comments, content and (optionally) organic groups.
  • Tested with version 3.0, but it **should** works also with Flag 2.x.

Suggested modules

Queue mail

  • This module puts emails on a queue instead of firing them all at once

Flag_notify

Flag Notify is a module that allows flexible email-based notification of comments, content and (optionally) groups using the popular Flag framework.

These pages describe the installation and usage of the module.
Click on the documentation specific for your version of the module:

Pages

Subscribe with RSS Subscribe to RSS - Site administrators