If you use the wordpress app to publish posts you must set the User Role from Author to Editor, if not you got errors to upload post updates!
Apparmor has a current bug with the Kernel 4.14 on Debian and seems Ubuntu too, it blocks MySQL and other services from clean run. Bug touches Network Stack of the Kernel
After Ubuntu published the latest Kernel Patches for Meltdown and Spectre the Kernel 4.4.0-104/109-generic let Intel Graphics freeze or hang on Compiz with Unity.
Install the latest Kernel 4.4.0-112-generic
sudo apt-get install linux-image-4.4.0-112-generic sudo apt-get install linux-image-extra-4.4.0-112-generic
sudo apt-get autoremove --purge -y
This removes older kernels and save Space! Do test the PC for hanging again!!!
- disable play services
- disable play store
- deinstall play store and services cause latest Version set account locks that users cant delete Google accounts
Thru current IT News you may have heard about the major Security Problem of x86 Technology.
If your Websites current hosted on VM at VM Providers, contact them to get current news about their bug handling of their VM Host Servers. If you get no details, then shutdown your sites temporarily, or look for a other solution which isn’t running on x86 Technology.
Otherwise you can try to switch from php-kits to static HTML Websites. On the Net there are very helpful tools to do this easy. For WordPress is a WP to HTML Plugin available. This dumps your blog to HTML static paket where you can use a raspberry Pi with ligttpd as litte Webserver instance up to the time the x86 Manufacter fixes the nasty problems. Remark Debian runs on other CPUs like Sparc64 Mips too..
Last Time i tried to integrate a Twitter Timeline into my blog but i found out that this ranked down my blog on Google Webmaster Tools cause Twitter sub connected Servers blocking Google Webmaster Bot from reading the timeline by own robots.txt so i stopped using Twitter Integration to fix.
No Webmaster want show non indexed Informations and went back to the time of stones.. Twitter fails..
I have often seen that the Unity Topbar of Ubuntu LTS is hidden or not clean loaded after Login.
It’s Caching Problem of Unity (Compiz) and Lightdm, if the PC is not clean rebooted or started.
sudo rm -fr ~/.cache/compizconfig-1 \ && sudo rm -fr ~/.compiz && sudo service lightdm restart
Now relogin and check.. if ok do a Profile Backup! with:
tar -cvzf /usb-backup-stick/compiz.tgz \ /home/username/.cache/compizconfig-1 /home/username/.compiz
If you search for a slim twitter client on desktops try the small “surf” browser
sudo apt-get install surf
Now you have a slim and clean Twitter Timeline like on Tablets, it can be resized to Banner or Fullscreen.