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What is LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP/PHPAdmin)?

What is LAMP? LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP. It is an acronym for a Linux/Unix server with Apache as the server engine, MySQL/MariaDB as the database engine, and PHP as the primary server-side script language. It is also known as LAMP Stack. Usually, LAMP Stack is selected for the construction and development […]

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Install Lighttpd with PHP and MariaDB on Rocky/AlmaLinux

Lighttpd is an open-source, high-performance, super-fast, flexible, and simple to configure secure web server that provides support for the broad technologies that include PHP, FastCGI, Auth, SSL, URL rewriting, reverse proxy, load balancing, and much …

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Understanding the PHP Values in the php.ini Configuration File

The PHP ini configuration file is a special file for PHP applications used to control PHP settings what users can or can not do with the website.
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How to Install LibreNMS Monitoring Tool on Debian 11

LibreNMS is a free, open-source, auto-discovering network monitoring tool written in PHP. In this tutorial, I will explain how to install LibreNMS with Nginx on Debian 11.
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How to Install Zend OPcache in Debian and Ubuntu

The post How to Install Zend OPcache in Debian and Ubuntu first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .This article was earlier written for APC (Alternative PHP Cache), but APC is deprecated and no longer working with PHP 5.4 onwards, n…

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Protect your PHP Websites with CrowdSec, the Open-Source, Participative IPS for Linux

Discover CrowdSec, the open-source and crowd-powered cybersecurity solution for Linux and learn how it can help you secure your PHP websites.
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How to Install PHP 8.1 on Ubuntu 21.04

In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to install the current stable release of PHP 8.1 on Ubuntu 21.04. PHP is a general-purpose scripting language suitable for web development. Most websites out there are programmed using PHP language because it is: Fast – PHP is fast because it runs on its own […]

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Curl Commands in Linux: 15 Examples

This article explains how to use curl in Linux with 15 examples. The curl command is one of the most powerful and useful tools used by web developers as well as by PHP programmers and system administrators. Most commonly, it is used to transfer data between remote and local systems. Through this command, we can […]

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PHP 8.1 is Here Studded with Highly Requested Features

PHP 8.1 has been officially released and brings numerous innovations, such as enumerations, fibers, and performance improvements. Here’s what’s new.
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Why PHP’s Foundation Matters

The PHP Foundation is an effort by 10 key PHP-dependent vendors to assure adequate funding to keep the popular scripting language viable.
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How to Install PHP 7.2/7.3/7.4 or 8.0 on Amazon Linux 2

While working with an application, I needed PHP 7.4 and 8.0 on Amazon Linux 2 EC2 and Lightsail instance. Here is how to install PHP version 7.2/7.3/7.4 or 8.0 on Amazon Linux 2 using the yum command.
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PHP Established New Non-Commercial Organization PHP Foundation

Among the reasons behind the establishment of the PHP Foundation is that one of the key contributors, Nikita Popov, has decided to switch his focus away from PHP to LLVM.
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How to Install Mysql Server 8 on Debian 11

MySQL is an open-source relational database management system. It’s one of the popular relational management systems. MySQL is commonly installed as part of the popular LAMP or LEMP (Linux, Apache/Nginx, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP/Python/Perl) stack. It implements the relational model and Structured Query Language (SQL) to manage and query data. In this guide, we are going to […]

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How to Install PHP 8.1 on Ubuntu 20.04

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to import the Ondřej Surý PPA and install PHP 8.1 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa system.
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MySQLDumper: A PHP and Perl Based MySQL Database Backup Tool

MySQL is one of the most popular databases in the world. This database can be installed on the Microsoft Windows platform besides of Linux platform. Why this database is so popular? It may be caused by its powerful feature set and that it’s free to use. As a database administrator, a database backup is really […]

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Create Virtual Hosts, Password Protect Directories and SSL Certificates Using Nginx in Arch Linux

The previous Arch Linux LEMP article just covered basic stuff, from installing network services (Nginx, MySQL database and PhpMyAdmin) and configuring minimal security required for MySQL server and PhpMyadmin. This topic’s strictly related to the former installation of LEMP on Arch Linux and will guide you through setting more complex configurations for LEMP stack, especially […]

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How to Install LEMP Stack with phpMyAdmin in Arch Linux

Generally, the term LEMP stack can be broken down to Linux, Nginx, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP modules. All these listed components have a priceless contribution in mimicking the behavior of a production server.
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PHPStan Has Reached version 1.0 After 6 Years of Development

Introducing static code analysis into your process should improve the quality of your code and make the QA process more efficient due to finding errors earlier on. PHPStan is a static analyzer for PHP focused on finding bugs in your code without actual…

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How to Install sysPass Password Manager on Debian 11

sysPass is a web-based password management application written in PHP. It is secure, reliable, and runs in a multiuser environment for business and personal use. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install sysPass password manager on Debian 11.
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10-Year-Old PHP-FPM Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability Discovered

Security researchers are warning that a PHP-FPM local privilege escalation vulnerability impacting PHP could put millions of websites at risk. The vulnerability allows a low-privilege user to escalate his privileges to root using a bug in PHP-FPM.
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