do not want to use Apache server on a CentOS / RHEL 6 server. How do I uninstall and remove Apache (HTTPD) server using command line option on Red Hat Enterprise Linux / CentOS / Fedora Linux based server? [click to continue…]
made changes to the httpd.conf file. How do I reload the new config changes without restarting the Apache 2 web server under Debian / CentOS Linux operating systems? [click to continue…]
am in the process of setting Apache and PHP for my small business server. I’m not utilizing file upload functionality in any of my PHP scripts. How do I disallow uploading files under CentOS or Ubuntu Linux based LAMP server? [click to continue…]
TTP protocol allows a client to specify a time condition for the document it requests. It is If-Modified-Since
. How do I use curl Unix/Linux command line option to test a server with If-Modified-Since
condition and validate Last-Modified
settings? [click to continue…]
uhosin is an open source patch for PHP. How do I install suhosin under CentOS / Red Hat Enterprise Linux server running on my IBM server? [click to continue…]
ow do I find out if a web-page is gzipped or compressed using Unix command line utility called curl? How do I make sure mod_deflate or mod_gzip is working under Apache web server? [click to continue…]
ow do I create a default robots.txt file for the Apache web-server running on Linux/Unix/MS-Windows server? [click to continue…]
ow do I set a read-only permission for all of my files stored in /var/www/html/ directory? [click to continue…]
I‘m running the Mediawiki software under Apache web server running on the Unix operating systems. I’m getting the following in my php error log:
PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare wfProfileIn() (previously declared in /var/www/html/wiki/includes/profiler/Profiler.php:14) in /var/www/html/wiki/includes/ProfilerStub.php on line 25.
How do I fix this problem under Mediawiki version 1.18.0?
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How do I a user to the Apache group called www-data under Ubuntu or Debian Linux server operating systems?
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