When I try to install nginx the error comes like:
I want to move away from PHP a little and learn Python. In order to do web development with Python I’ll need a framework to help with templating and other things.
I have a MySQL instance running on a Debian server and I can connect to it locally with no problems. However, I am unable to connect to it remotely. When I try this from my command line I get the following error:
I’ve recently upgraded MySQL on my Debian 5.0.4 server to 5.1. Now phpMyAdmin shows the following warning:
So far I’ve tried the following commands:
I bought a .dev domain today @ domains.google. I also set up a dedicated nginx web server to which the .dev domain points (A records).
I want to allow run specify command on my website, through PHP exec() function, so i found the way, to add www-data in sudoers.d files to allow run specify commands without asking password.
PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function mysql_connect()
I had this working before :
For some odd reason, just today our server decided to be very slow during the starting of sessions. For every session_start, the server either times out after 30 seconds, or it’ll take about 20 seconds for it to start the session. This is very weird, seeing as it hasn’t done this for a very long time (the last time our server did this was about 7 months ago). I’ve tried to change the session to run through a database instead, and that works fine, however, as our current website is built, it’d take days to go on every page and change the loading of sessions to include a new session handler. Therefore my question remains: