Who use linux systems may encounter the following error:
W: GPG error: ftp://ftp.debian.org/ testing Release:
The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY EB563F93142986CE
W: There is no public key available for the following key IDs:
The ID is different everytime but the solution is always the same:
Recently Drupal released the new version (7.16) to fix a security issue that would allow an attacker to reinstall an existing Drupal site with an external database server and then execute custom PHP code, more information available here: http://drupal.org/node/1815912.
There are many way to prevent this instead of updating a Drupal installation (always recommended), probably the quickest is to deny access to the interested file with few lines for the .htaccess file:
deny from all
ErrorDocument 403 "Access denied."
Recently I had to connect to internet using the Vodafone Key from the Vodafone station, here a brief guide about how to do it quickly:
1) Click on the icon that manage the network connections and select “Edit connections”
2) Select “Mobile Broadband”
3) Click on “Add”
4) Now you should see your Internet key connection, select “Modify”
5) Your vodafone APN is web.omnitel.it
last day I had to update Drupal 7.10 to the most recent at the moment (7.12), I never did something like that so I was like “here we go, 1 work day that will go burned! “, but thanks to the Drupal community I was able to update the installation.
Since isn’t very easy at first (reading UPGRADE.txt was not helpful unfortunately), therefore here a quick list of the steps:
Put your site into maintenance mode or close accesses from the outside.
First of all, backup your installation folder (usually a rsync -av startfolder destinationfolder, or a cp -a startfolder destinationfolder will do the job just fine)
Then you have to backup your database (you can do it all in one step using screen, but I bet that if you are reading this and you are experienced you already know that), depending if you are running MySQL or PostgreSQLthe instructions changes, but I think could be sum up as follows:
Open the archive with tar -xzvpf drupal-7.12.tar.gz.
Then enter the newly created directory like we did before, cd drupal-7.12.
At this point we have all that we need, this step is the actual upgrade, we have to move some files in the root directory, assuming you followed this steps, the command you need is the following: rsync -av CHANGELOG.txt COPYRIGHT.txt cron.php includes index.php INSTALL.mysql.txt INSTALL.pgsql.txt install.php INSTALL.txt LICENSE.txt MAINTAINERS.txt misc modules profiles scripts themes update.php UPGRADE.txt xmlrpc.php ../../