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Jan
18
accepted How to upgrade PHP to 5.6.x or 7.0.x on CentOS 7.2?
Dec
22
comment How to upgrade PHP to 5.6.x or 7.0.x on CentOS 7.2?
I am using the default repos and PHP 5.4.16 is the latest version. Is it safe to follow these steps to upgrade PHP?
Dec
22
comment How to upgrade PHP to 5.6.x or 7.0.x on CentOS 7.2?
Thank you! I think I'll try the steps mentioned here.
Dec
22
asked How to upgrade PHP to 5.6.x or 7.0.x on CentOS 7.2?
Dec
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
3
awarded  Supporter
Apr
13
comment Why isn't ipfw correctly limiting the bandwidth?
Yeah, the big "B" was the reason. Sorry. Somehow mixed up 'M' and 'B' in the above comment :D
Apr
11
comment Why isn't ipfw correctly limiting the bandwidth?
Thank you @Kondybas! The big 'M' was the culprit. Now it's working correctly. Only the time to establish a connection is very long ;-)
Apr
11
accepted Why isn't ipfw correctly limiting the bandwidth?
Apr
4
comment Why isn't ipfw correctly limiting the bandwidth?
@Kondybas radi:~ Phil$ sudo ipfw show 00100 2046813 1042400871 pipe 1 ip from any to me 00200 2223777 296348885 pipe 2 ip from me to any 65535 7182907 2143167607 allow ip from any to any aargh.. didn't manage to properly use the code tags
Apr
2
awarded  Scholar
Apr
2
accepted Can an internet connection be more robust when connecting through a VPN?
Mar
30
asked Can an internet connection be more robust when connecting through a VPN?
Mar
30
comment Why isn't ipfw correctly limiting the bandwidth?
I'm also interested if anyone else can reproduce this or if it's an issue on my side.
Mar
22
awarded  Student
Mar
22
asked Why isn't ipfw correctly limiting the bandwidth?