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Take a look at this line: server_name phpmyadmin.wpflori;

Your phpmyadmin is accessible at this domain phpmyadmin.wpflori.

The error is in the /etc/nginx/conf.d/phpmyadmin.conf file at line number 23. I think that is include snippets/fastcgi-php.conf;. Remove this line and try again.

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It is going to take time to review the GitHub repository you have shared. I will see this in my free time.

First you must learn about Laravel Echo. And you should also watch videos in this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1TrjkMQ8UbWfFUCimQ50CdrR_J7QvEFW

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I guess, you are getting this error in crontab. Follow this steps to fix this:

Step 1: find the location of mysqldump bin file. You can find it by executing following command (...)

Open terminal -> Edit -> Preferences and in line "Custom command" write /usr/bin/bash

Hopefully, it will solve this issue.

Vuex Tutorial: Learn State management in Vue.js using Vuex

The objective of this Vuex tutorial is to give you an essential understanding of state management in Vue.js using Vuex by creating a relatable example. By the end of this tutorial, (...)
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You can use bootstrap-vue/bootstrap-vue package in your Vue project.

If you don't want to use (...)

What are Laravel Macros and How to Extending Laravel’s Core Classes using Macros with example?

Laravel Macros are a great way of expanding Laravel's core macroable classes and add additional functionality needed for your application. In simple word, Laravel Macro is an (...)
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How To Install NVM (Node Version Manager) on Ubuntu System?

This tutorial will assist you with installing NVM on the Ubuntu machine. Additionally, allow you to install different node versions and other useful examples.
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