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Dec 31

Setup cakePHP framework – stable version released

Last updated: December 31st, 2008

CakePHP commonly known as ‘Cake’ is easy to install and faster to configure. It needs Apache (with mod_rewrite enabled), Php 4.3.2 or higher, MySQL/PostgreSQL/other ODBC, ADODB compliant databases.

XAMPP by ApacheFriends or MAMP has a complete installation of the above products which is an ultimate time saver. But, you should prefer installing each software individually in order to get a grip on the subject.

You can download the latest release from http://cakeforge.org/frs/download.php/695/ (more…)

Dec 24

Apache server installation on CentOS, RedHat Linux

Last updated: December 24th, 2008

Apache web server referred to as simply Apache is a public-domain open source Web server developed by open community of developers. The application is designed to run on a wide variety of operating systems like Unix, FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X, OS/2. Visit http://www.apache.org for more details.

In your terminal, issue the following command (by default, httpd is installed). This will install apache if it was not installed. (more…)

Dec 08

Apache server for Programmers – start, stop, restart, reload

Last updated: December 8th, 2008

apache webserver notes by kurinchi blogger

apache webserver notes by kurinchi blogger

If you are a beginner into Linux, there are chances that you might research on the web to see why your PERL/PHP programs do not execute.

By default Apache service is turned off and a user need to turn it on by issuing the following command with root permissions. (more…)

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