How to Install PHP 5 on Linux

2010-05-25T22:46:59+00:00 December 21st, 2007|Linux, PHP|

This tutorial explains the installation of Apache web server, bundled with PHP and MySQL server on a Linux machine. The tutorial is primarily for SuSE 9.2, 9.3, 10.0 & 10.1, but most of the steps ought to be valid for all Linux-like operating systems.

How to Install Apache 2 on Linux

2010-05-25T22:48:09+00:00 December 20th, 2007|Linux|

This tutorial explains the installation of Apache web server, bundled with PHP and MySQL server on a Linux machine. The tutorial is primarily for SuSE 9.2, 9.3, 10.0 & 10.1, but most of the steps ought to be valid for all Linux-like operating systems.

How to Install MySQL 5.0 on Linux

2010-05-25T22:47:51+00:00 December 19th, 2007|Linux|

This tutorial explains the installation of Apache web server, bundled with PHP and MySQL server on a Linux machine. The tutorial is primarily for SuSE 9.2, 9.3, 10.0 & 10.1 operating systems, but most of the steps ought to be valid for all Linux-like operating systems.

SMB Caching

2010-05-25T23:01:27+00:00 June 1st, 2006|Linux|

A customer had a particular shared folder setup so that only he had access to it. This happened to be a SCO Visionfs system, but you could run into similar problems with Samba.

Mound –Bind

2010-05-25T23:02:19+00:00 April 29th, 2006|Linux|

Most Linux and Unix file systems don't allow hard links to directories (except for the . and .. entries that mkdir creates itself). The reasons are are pretty obvious: you could really confuse programs like ls (ls -R), find and of course fsck if you created links that recursed back to themselves.

Lost Root Password – Linux

2010-05-25T23:02:14+00:00 April 13th, 2006|Linux|

Have you ever forgotten your root password? I have a very good memory. I remember most of my client's passwords (there are a few I forget regularly for no reason that I can understand, but I really do know most), I remember telephone numbers, and of course I know my own passwords.

Enabling Linux Telnet

2010-05-25T23:02:25+00:00 March 8th, 2006|Linux|

This has to be one of the more common support calls that I get. The telnet daemon is no longer usually installed by default, so people are surprised when their newly installed Linux system won't answer telnets.