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Sep
24
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Jul
9
comment rewrite not working with symlinks
Thanks a ton sir.
Nov
30
comment php mail() function painfully slow on local development machine
Thanks a ton man. Thanks a lot indeed.
Oct
5
comment How to disable SELinux for Apache httpd only on my Fedora 14?
@wzzrd: Dude... thanks ! You should probably re-post this somewhere. I have been finding this information none stop for 2 days now. The web is full of the former ways to do it via booleans. Anyway, thanks again !
Sep
17
comment Why isn't MediaWiki loading?
SELinux might be your problem. Have a look at the top of this article. I remember I also had issues when installing MediaWiki, but I cannot remember if the error message was the same as yours. I hope this helps.
Sep
3
comment Settings on php.ini ignored
@bfavaretto: No worries, I finally found it out. I had to modify the AllowOverride of my httpd.conf file to allow the use of .htaccess.
Sep
3
comment Settings on php.ini ignored
@bfavaretto: Thank you for your answer. So I am trying to use a .htaccess file with the following content: php_value upload_max_filesize 20M php_value post_max_size 20M php_value max_execution_time 200 php_value max_input_time 200 but it does not resolve my 3Mo file upload issue. My .htaccess is at /var/www/html and my website entry point is at /var/www/html/mywebsite. apache is the file owner, and permissions are 775. Any idea of what I might be doing wrong ?
Sep
3
comment Settings on php.ini ignored
I am facing the same issue. Did you managed to get around it without using .htaccess files ?
Sep
3
comment In Ubuntu I make changes to php.ini but nothing happens
I am facing the same problem. You seem to have solved yours using the responses of this thread but... I am not sure how. Could you elaborate a bit more on what did the trick for you? Thank you in advance for your help.
Apr
29
comment How to view the localhost of another computer in the same network?
No it is not. It is possible to access what runs on port 8080 from another computer of the network
Apr
29
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