sudo su -and did it myself. As mentioned, these can be setup within the Pulseway WebApp and it’s amazing how you can quickly and easily add scripts for almost anything. Want to add something to fix PHP? Then just write the QB command as per our Command Line Interface Article. Pulseway also monitors my server so if it does go offline, I can respond quickly and easily to it either from their website, or their awesome mobile app! I would recommend everyone with QuickBox to go check out their service and sign up for their Free Account! We won’t be linking to them directly as this is not a sponsored post, but their website address is: https://www.pulseway.com/
Pulseway – How I’ve increased my Productivity – NOT A SPONSORED POST
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