apache

Centos PHP 7 LAMP boilerplate

Centos PHP 7 LAMP boilerplate

This time we are going to cook Apache (httpd 2.4), PHP 7.0 as a PHP-FPM . Instructions are pretty simple. You can just copy and paste command to get working stack in less then 15 minutes.

What you can learn from it? How to install Apache 2.4 and PHP 7, how to enable and opcache, and how to install HTTPS on your server, with purchasing SSL certificate.

Apache and PHP on OS X Yosemite

Apache and PHP on OS X Yosemite

It’s just a short instructions how to run Apache and PHP on OS X Yosemite. PHP and Apache are already there – just need to run Apache and enable PHP. Video showing up whole process is available here: Here you can check out exact changes. Firsting first – we have to run Apache sudo apachectl start Then make some changes in httpd.conf file sudo nano /etc/apache2/httpd.conf Find two lines LoadModule rewrite_module libexec/apache2/mod_rewrite.
Amazon EC2 – Installing Apache and PHP boilerplate

Amazon EC2 – Installing Apache and PHP boilerplate

In this extremly simply tutorial I’m going to show, how you can deploy basic LAMP stack on EC2 instance. Instruction are pretty basic, without extra comments. You can just copy and paste command to get working stack in lest then 15 minutes.

What you can learn from it? How to install Apache and PHP, how to enable and run XCache accelerator, and how to run HTTPS on your server, with purchasing SSL certificate.

Apache Virtual Hosts in a Database

As much as I love lighttpd  sometimes I can’t avoid Apache . For me – “the best” thing in lighttpd is support for keeping vhost names in MySQL database. I don’t have to use any config files, I can just put record into MySQL database with virtual host server name, path to document root and it’s done. But – I can do the same witch Apache! How? With third party modules, below you can find short tutorial “how to”.