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Drupal Twitter & Oauth modules: exception 'TwitterException' with message 'Read-only application cannot POST'

Submitted by Druss on Wed, 2012-05-16 21:35

Today, I was trying to get Drupal to automatically announce new posts on Twitter. To do this, I had to install the Twitter and OAuth modules. Following instructions, I created an application on Twitter and linked my Drupal account to it configuring it to announce new posts upon publishing them. However, this did not work as I ran into the following long-winded error message in the logs:

Figure out what that site and server are running

Submitted by Druss on Sat, 2011-08-13 03:45

If you administer or program websites etc., you often find yourself wondering what the specifics of a particular website or its server are. For e.g., you might want to know if a server is running on Linux, or if a site is based on Drupal or Mambo. The following sites all assist in this endeavour:

Drupal 7 and the "You do not have any administrative items" error

Submitted by Druss on Sat, 2011-07-30 11:27

If you've upgraded Drupal recently and noticed that the admin page is empty and returns a You do not have any administrative items error message, then this basically means that your menu table is a little wonky. Another tell-tale sign that you've got the same problem as I did is that the admin page will have the title, Administer rather than Administration. Fixing this is pretty straightforward, if a little painstaking. To do so, make sure that the Menu module is enabled and perform the following steps:


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