Looking at how to get WordPress running on Windows Server and allowing auto update to work. This is what I did and it seems to work.
I used the Web Platform Installer to install WordPress, I then downgraded it to WordPress 4.7, I just copied the files over the install. So I could test the upgrade process. When installing using the Web Platform you need to provide random generated key’s, I found this https://api.wordpress.org/secret-key/1.1/salt which generates random keys for you, but the Windows Installer doesn’t like $, which is a tad annoying.
Hope this helps. Have fun 🙂
So when selecting output device, it was bugging me how much I had listed… time to clean it up… here’s how.
So when I first heard about Hyper-V nesting and wanted to try it. So I upgraded my desktop PC to the latest build and give it a whirl.
Please let me know your thoughts. 🙂
So a little while back Microsoft announced that they would be providing support for SSH, they have reached the first milestone and we have a working version.
There is still work to be done but it’s looking promising. I’m not 100% sure of the benefits of having SSH support, if you want to share why this is really useful then please do so in the comments.
Taking a look at the latest build of Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi and using SSH with Windows for remote access.
A little look at running the Blinky Sample App on a Raspberry Pi.