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revised XAMPP/PHP on Windows
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comment Install PHP on RedHat
I reread the rules, I don't know what else I am missing.
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comment Install PHP on RedHat
Yes, I am new to setting up servers. I acknowledeged, I should have put the edditions in. I tried to give a detailed description from the perspective of a newb dealing with a command line. I thought this was a place for learning (at any level). Why the '-1'?
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comment Install PHP on RedHat
Yes. I am running Apache2.
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asked Install PHP on RedHat
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asked Apache, Linux/Redhat, opening port 80
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comment Linux-Based, Open-Source, Speed-Test Module
Thanks, I gave a thumbs up. I have played with the code a little and I like. I am splitting hairs a little, but I think it should be used with a large file size; the way I understand TCP is there is 2 'hello' ACKs and 1 request ACK before a file is finally transfered. That's three trips before data starts moving on the fourth ACK. I think a large file size might make this negligable though. Am I wrong in my understanding (anyone)? How would just the file transfer time be measured? I still need to measure upload time as well.