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  1. I just installed Ubuntu 20.04. Via command line, what's the best way to install/activate PHP 7.4: This way? simply type "apt install php" Or this way? type these commands: apt -y install software-properties-common add-apt-repository ppa:ondrej/php apt-get update apt install php7.4
  2. Am currently trying to develop a SaaS, where each user gets their own subdomain with their application. Am wondering, though, with installation and subsequent updates: What is the best way to initiate an installation? The project is currently in a git repository. Is it better to simply pull the master branch per installation; or is zipping up the master branch, copying it to the new subdomain, then running the installation a better (secure?) method? What is the best way to initiate an update of code? If using the git repo, hat would deal with updated code, but not updated MySQL tables. Should the user be allowed to choose to update (so much like W$, a popup shows up that says there's an update; user can choose to update or ignore); or should all updates be forced (such as at a certain time)? I haven't seen much online with my searches, but I may be blind at this point. Any thoughts/comments appreciated!
  3. Hello everybody, I'm using OpenSUSE 13.1 and PHP 5.4.20, which was installed from OpenSUSE's official repository. The problem is that I have no /etc/php.ini, although I have a php.ini in 3 other locations: # find /etc -name php.ini /etc/php5/fastcgi/php.ini /etc/php5/cli/php.ini /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini The page phpinfo.php loads correctly in localhost and it points that php.ini location is /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini . Is this normal or is it mandatory to have a /etc/php.ini file? Do I must copy one of the others php.ini to the /etc directory? If yes, which one of them?
  4. Good day, I install MySQL workbench on my server IIS 7 to use on my web site and it is working fine. My question is, how can I access my database from another PC, or it is possible to configure database on a browser like phpMyadmin does?
  5. Hello, I'm making my own CMS, not a simple one neither a very advanced one. I just finished my installation page, where users can input their database information, and can continue on to create their admin account. My question is, I'm having a bit of a struggle figuring out, how I should check if the CMS has already been installed, and redirect the users to the login screen. I sneak peaked at wordpresses code, and saw that they check their cache and some other advanced stuff, that I couldn't really understand 100%. So does anybody have a suggestion on how I should manage to do this, or could tell me how I can do it the same way wordpress does, or something close to that! Thank you !
  6. Hi guys, Ok I have been using php 5.4.0 since it's release I have recently updated to php 5.4.7 (I'm using Mountain Lion) I do have everything installed using the default apache web server that came with my mac nice little AMP stack. The default file in my Sites directory is index.php with phpinfo() (http://localhost) will show this file weirdly I see this PHP Version 5.3.15 Last time i checked i was developing on 5.4.7 so the applications i'm now coding doesnt work (due to outdated php) When i check the php version in my terminal i see php version 5.4.7. I'm an idiot when it comes to figuring this out has anyone had the same problem? If so please help Do i have to recompile php as it takes SO long. Thanks guys!
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