Lessons & Takeaways from Migrating to Joomla 4 / PHP 8
Are you considering migrating your website to Joomla 4 or PHP 8 but want to know more about the process, important considerations, and advice for a smooth migration? If so, you're in luck because LinuxSecurity recently migrated to both Joomla 4 and PHP 8. As Content Editor, I'm here to provide you with a recap of our experience, including our suggestions for a smooth, successful migration. We hope to equip you with the knowledge and confidence required for a seamless, worry-free migration.
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LinuxSecurity.com has been using the open-source Joomla content management system (CMS) and PHP scripting language for nearly three decades and recently completed a migration to the latest versions, Joomla 4 and PHP 8, to take advantage of new features and optimizations to provide visitors with an enhanced user experience. We’ve decided to pull back the curtain on our experience with the migration to Joomla 4 and PHP 8 to provide users who are planning to migrate their websites with insight into the lessons we learned.
In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats, staying one step ahead of malicious actors is an ongoing challenge for organizations. As technology advances, so do the tactics of cybercriminals. In this high-stakes digital battlefield, Linux Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) emerges as a knight in shining armor for modern cybersecurity strategies. Let’s examine what Linux EDR is, how it can help fortify your Linux devices against today’s sophisticated threats, and some excellent EDR software and tools available to Linux users.
Simple Steps for Identifying & Troubleshooting a Kernel PanicSimple Steps for Identifying & Troubleshooting a Kernel Panic
When dealing with a system crash due to a kernel panic, it is crucial to leave the “panic” to the kernel and focus on troubleshooting in a calm, structured way. This approach will help you get things running smoothly in less time and minimize stress and headaches in the process. We’ll share exactly how to best approach a kernel panic after a quick refresher on what it is and the top causes of the scenario.