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comment htaccess rewriterule leading slash
Thanks, this worked!
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comment Keep LAMP server up to date and secure
There's one more thing: the default package manager of CentOS usually doesn't have the latest stable PHP version, and I do want the latest stable PHP version. Every new version features are added that I like, so I want to keep that up to date. Do you also have any tips for building and maintaining that?
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comment Keep LAMP server up to date and secure
Thanks! These are very helpful tips!
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comment Keep LAMP server up to date and secure
The main problem isn't installing everything. I have a CentOS VPS, and with a few yum installs I have the applications installed. However, for me the hard part is configuring everything and making everything secure. Do you also have recommendations for that?
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comment fully redirect domain (domain alias)
Ok. Thank you!!
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comment fully redirect domain (domain alias)
I don't really know what exactly to configure. Is it enough to add a domain alias in the vhost config file? And I don't want or have each subdomain in my dns. Moreover, the alias domain doesn't 'know' which subdomains the original domain has. Can't I use a wildcard or something like that? Sorry if this is a dumb question but I'm not really a server expert.