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I've had same issue. After some troubleshooting I found out that I don't have php5-mysql installed. So to fix this issue just install php5-mysql sudo apt-get install php5-mysql and restart web service


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Here is a walkthrough for LAMP installation for ubuntu. You of course have more options than use Apache2 for example some light-httpd server will be sufficient. Depending on your needs you can just install Apache2 or wole bundle. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP Here is article from "Etel Sverdlov" about how to set and configure Apache ...


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Here you can find a doc how to do it: http://nginx.com/resources/admin-guide/reverse-proxy/ Generally use HTTP proxy, from the example: location /some/path/ { proxy_pass http://www.example.com/link/; } It means that if you go to yourserver.com/some/path/ the request will be forwaded to http://www.example.com/link/. If you have an internal ...


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I'm guessing you have the FollowSymlinks directive in place, since that's what the tutorial covers. Then the other consideration is that the www-data user needs to have execute access on the directory that the symlink points to (/home/pi/downloads). If www-data belongs to the group that owns /home/pi/downloads, then you can do chmod g+x /home/pi/downloads ...


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If it doesn't have to respond, you can use netcat. nc -lp [port] -w [timeout] Option -l to use netcat as server, -p for the port and -w for the timeout.


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You can use NetCat to just listen on a port and do nothing: nc -l $PORT


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You need root access or request your system admin to allow sudo privilege to your user account 'axel'. If you do have root access, log in as root and execute visudo command and enter the following at the end of the file to allow 'axel' user to be able to run vim with sudo. axel ALL = /usr/bin/vim The above will only let you sudo to vim. You can give all ...


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When you want to restrict IPs to your local LAN, you're attempting to disallow requests originating outside your subnet. To do this, you describe a base IP and subnet mask which together define a prefix and variable part of allowed addresses. Addresses in the subnet must start with the sequence of bits not masked out by the subnet mask. Many home networks ...


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just in case someone stumbles upon this thread: the linux sources for a variety of their models seem to be available at here.


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You can use a reverse proxy in apache/nginx, over a vpn


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I remember now, It's Ngrok - Introspected tunnels to localhost



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