PHP allows us to pack up whole applications in a single .phar file, but no web server software today lets PHP handle .phar files, giving you a download dialog or displaying the text contents of the file.
I have a 2GB VPS on DigitalOcean and I am hosting WordPress 3.9.1 under Debian 7 with NGINX, php-fpm and unix socket. It was working perfectly until last week it started showing a "502 bad gateway
Adjusting child processes for PHP-FPM (Nginx)
This tutorial describes how to install LEMP stack on Fedora 23 and it's older versions.
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I was trying to figure out how to use the exec command in my php script to call Gnuplot. First, I'll give some background context: I've written a few php files that grabs data from a database and...
I'm setting up a new server, and want to support UTF-8 fully in my web application. I have tried in the past on existing servers and always seem to end up having to fall back to ISO-8859-1. Where
It often happens that characters such as é gets transformed to 195131194169, even though the collation for the MySQL DB, table and field is set to utf8_general_ci. The encoding in the Content-Type for the pa...
Guide to setting up your PHP-powered website and database to use UTF8
This video shows all edits made to the OpenStreetMap project in 2011. OpenStreetMap is a free geographic database that anyone can edit; it's like the wikipedia
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