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How to Install LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) on Debian 9

In this tutorial, we will show you how to install LAMP Stack on a Debian 9 VPS. A LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack is a combination of open-source software, typically installed on a server used for hosting dynamic websites and web applications. It includes the Linux operating system, the Apache web server, MySQL or […]

Apache on Fedora 30

There was an option during the Fedora 30 Workstation installation to add the Apache Web Server, but you need to set it to start automatically. Unfortunately, there was no option to install PHP, which I thought odd because of how many web developers learn the trade first on PHP with a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/PHP/Python) stack. You see how to fix that shortcoming in this post and how to install and test PHP, mysqli, and pdo to support MySQL 8.

Before you do that make sure you install MySQL 8. You can find my prior blog post on that here.

You set Apache to start automatically, on the next boot of the operating system, with the following command:

chkconfig httpd on

It creates a symbolic link:

Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/httpd.service → …
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Uber’s Big Data Platform: 100+ Petabytes with Minute Latency

Uber is committed to delivering safer and more reliable transportation across our global markets. To accomplish this, Uber relies heavily on making data-driven decisions at every level, from forecasting rider demand during high traffic events to identifying and addressing bottlenecks

The post Uber’s Big Data Platform: 100+ Petabytes with Minute Latency appeared first on Uber Engineering Blog.

MySQL 5.7.* and mysqli

After installing MySQL 5.7.22 and PHP 7.1.17 on Fedora 27, you need to install the mysqli library. You need to verify if the mysqli library is installed. You can do that with the following mysqli_check.php program:


Check mysqli Install<?php if (!function_exists('mysqli_init') && !extension_loaded('mysqli')) {
    print 'mysqli not installed.'; }
  else {
    print 'mysqli installed.'; }
?>

You test preceding PHP program with the following URL in a browser:

http://localhost/mysqli_check.php

If the mysqli program isn’t installed, you can install it as follows by opening the yum interactive shell:

[root@localhost html]# yum shell
Last metadata expiration check: 1:26:46 ago on Wed 22 Aug 2018 08:05:50 PM MDT.
> remove php-mysql
No match for argument: php-mysql
Error: No packages marked for removal.
> install php-mysqlnd
> …
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How to setup ELK as Centralized Management Server on CentOS 7

This tutorial explains how to setup a centralized logfile management server using ELK stack on CentOS 7. As anyone who not already know, ELK is the combination of 3 services: ElasticSearch, Logstash, and Kibana. The tutorial will use MySQL log files as source to be monitored.

Install ELK as Centralized Logfile Management Server on CentOS 7

This tutorial explains how to setup a centralized logfile management server using ELK stack on CentOS 7. As anyone who not already know, ELK is the combination of 3 services: ElasticSearch, Logstash, and Kibana. The tutorial will use MySQL log files as source to be monitored.

Complete Megalist: 25 Helpful Tools For Back-End Developers

 

The website or mobile app is the storefront for participating in the modern digital era. It’s your portal for inviting users to come and survey your products and services. Much attention focuses on front-end development; this is where the HMTL5, CSS, and JavaScript are coded to develop the landing page that everyone sees when they visit your site.

 

But the real magic happens on the backend. This is the ecosystem that really powers your website. One writer has articulated this point very nicely as follows:

 

The technology and programming that “power” a site—what your end user doesn’t see but what makes the site run—is called the back end. Consisting of the server, the database, and the server-side applications, it’s the behind-the-scenes functionality—the brain of a site. …

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Deploy WordPress on top of FAMP in FreeBSD 11.1

This guide will show how to install and configure the most popular open source CMS used on the internet, Wordpress, on top of FAMP in FreeBSD 11.x latest release. FAMP is an acronym which describes the following software bundle: FreeBSD 11.1 Unix-like operating system, Apache HTTP server, one of the most popular open-source web server on the internet, MariaDB RDBMS (relational database management system), which is a fork of MySQL database engine, and PHP programming server-side language.

How to Install MySQL Server with phpMyAdmin on FreeBSD 11

In this tutorial, we will install MySQL with phpMyAdmin along with Apache web server with PHP 5.6. MySQL is a free and open source relational management system. It stores data in tabular format. It is the most popular way of storing the data into the database. phpMyAdmin is also a free and open source application used to administrate a MySQL server instance through a rich graphical user interface.

How to Install LAMP on Ubuntu 16.04

We’ll show you How to Install LAMP on Ubuntu 16.04. LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is a combination of open source software, typically installed on a server used for hosting dynamic websites and web applications. It includes the Linux operating system, the Apache web server, MySQL for data storage and management and PHP for handling […]

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