Once Dropbox throws you an error that reads “Unable to monitor filesystem. Please run: echo 100000 | sudo tee /proc/sys/fs/inotify/max_user_watches and restart Dropbox to correct the problem.” you’d better adjust settings in a system config file, to keep changes after reboot.
Open system config (as superuser, of course) in your my favorite text editor:
$ sudo vi /etc/sysctl.conf
Add just one line of code to the end of the file:
fs.inotify.max_user_watches = 100000
Save the file (Shift-ZZ, if you are new to Vi).
Reboot computer to apply settings and restart Dropbox.
Recently, I simply clicked a “theme upgrade” button from word-press dashboard and lost all scripts including google analytics, Cluster map and counter. It starts from “0” except google analytics.
Moreover the White Screen of Death shows up after adding google analytics Java script code in Main Index Template file, index.php. My case was quite simple to resolve it. Firstly log in admin php page, www.yourwebsite.com/wordpress/wp-admin
Then I could access word-press dash board again!
Remove Java script code from index.php file and my blog returns back.