Hot answers tagged apache
Apache works fine even without setting up Virtual Hosts. Virtual Host(s) are needed only if you want to set up additional webservers on the same machine, and these can be either: Port-based Virtual Hosts (webservers running on a different port than 80) IP-based Virtual Hosts (webservers running on a different IP) Name-based Virtual Host (webserver ...
I suppose you could use readfile to dump the file you've just created towards the browser. Alternatively, you could issue a 302 temporary redirect to index.html.
It was a simple syntax issue. vim /etc/php.ini ; Maximum amount of memory a script may consume (128MB) ; http://www.php.net/manual/en/ini.core.php#ini.memory-limit memory_limit = 1536 The problem was with the line I had changed. memory_limit = 1536M If you don't specify the suffix indicating the memory allocation, it does memory ...
It is a reported bug as you can see here: Ubuntu bug-launchpad As you can see in the Bug-Track-Comment, the Bug has been fixed for apache2, but has not been added to the Ubuntu repo yet: John Pye (jdpipe) wrote on 2014-09-04: #9 This bug is resolved by modifying a new 14.04 server to install the apache2 packages from ...
you can add mono-repository and then install that. read mod_mono (Ubuntu 13.10 and later, Debian 8.0 and later) section from. http://www.mono-project.com/docs/getting-started/install/linux/ its here: http://origin-download.mono-project.com/repo/debian/pool/main/m/mod-mono/ you can download it by add mono repository to your debian.
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible