After I upgraded my Ubuntu server from 20.04 to 22.04, the built-in Apache service stopped working. When I tried to start it again with: service apache2 start The following error appeared: Job for apache2.service failed because the control process exited with error code. See "systemctl status apache2.
Let's say you're developing locally using something like Valet or are running WordPress on an internal, corporate network. If you try to update WordPress, a plugin, or a theme and see this error message, it could mean that something (like Netskope) is injecting their own SSL certificates into your request.
Xdebug allows you to set breakpoints in your PHP application. When you run that application, the execution will stop at each breakpoint you defined, providing you with an opportunity to inspect the state of your application, including things like which variables are defined, what value they contain, and a stack
It said it was successful, but the generic CyberPanel page still displayed when visiting the site. Upon further investigation, the issue appeared to be with this command: root@server:~# wp core download --allow-root --path=/home/example.com/public_html/ Downloading WordPress 5.5 (en_US)... md5 hash verified: 983821e81b5b8398469e5c1807c4abf4 PHP