Beltre: Filipovich: again, the site works over https just fine – I can access the whole site bar /wp-admin using https.
Waskiewicz: Emil_: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Configuring_Automatic_Background_Updates
Neddenriep: Jeebus, is everything a plugin 😮
Filipovich: Pac: sorry, in the noise, I’ve missed the issue
Malinky: Emil_: disabling updates is a terrible idea
Filipovich: Pac: when do you get the 403s?
Filipovich: Emil_: read the codex article
Hoglan: Bu***and: mostly just theme updates
Filipovich: Emil_: and understand the risks you take.
Werderman: Emil_: still a terribly idea
Borchardt: Bu***and: eh, not really
Letko: Emil_: very very stupid
Zamostny: Emil_: eh. yea really
Filipovich: Bu***and: he’s a expert!
Collin: Filipovich: If I try to access /wp-admin wordpress throws an error, “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.”, if I change wp_options siteurl from https:// to http://, it works and I can login and use the admin panel just fine.
Filipovich: Pac: and the log shows a 403?
Filipovich: Well, that’s just funky
Machia: Bu***and: No, not really. Themes should only be visual. Any underlying security risk should be fixed in the wordpress core level
Freuden: Filipovich: this issue occurred after migrating a site from godaddy, to AWS and it’s behind a load balancer, so I know the issue is no doubt caused because wordpress thinks it’s being accessed via http when it’s sort of not
Bendzans: Filipovich: mate, you are very helpful
Yoes: Filipovich: since the setup is Client – HTTPS – Balancer – HTTP – WordPress
Weimar: Emil_: you have no idea what you’re talking about
Filipovich: Could it be an .htaccess thing? Do you have some “security” stuff in there, Azelphur
Schrawder: Filipovich: nah, if I nuke the db and use a fresh wordpress install – it works fine.
Filipovich: So WP never sees “https”?
Filipovich: Just for fun. search the database for https://site.com and replace with http://site.com.
Franceschina: But it obviously needs to think it’s https and serve all links as https, as the client connects using HTTPS
Somsana: Pac: Google result for searchrepalcedb2.php – t
Suleski: Thanks, I’ll go investigate that
Filipovich: Don’t know if it will work, but if a clean DB fixes it, then whatever’s going on is in the db
Filipovich: Backup the db first, of course
Rakich: Filipovich: I just thought to look at my working db dump too, it siteurl was indeed set to http, I wonder if wordpress would work at all with siteurl set to https, even on a fresh install
Calco: Needs more investigation, but definite progress I guess :
Filipovich: Is “https” anywhere in the db?
Longwith: Not sure how I’d search, but I’d guess not.
Filipovich: Pac: also, I’m wondering if it could be soemthign related to cookies.
Zeeman: I’ve just installed LAMP and wordpress on linux mint LTS
Mccarrell: May I ask you how to install a new theme from command line?
Filipovich: S3r4: are you using wp-cli?
Filipovich: S3r4: otherwise, just unzip the theme into wp-content/themes
Scale: I don’t know really, I am trying to use wordpress from just few days
Filipovich: Ok, so let’s ***uem you’re not using wp-cli
Filipovich: How did you install WordPress?
Rochlin: I used the command line
Filipovich: What does that mean, s3r4?
Filipovich: Did you unpack the tar file from wordpress.org?
Holway: Any recommended social sharing plugin? I’ve circling around this and haven’t found a decent one