Create document root folder
In last post I already write about PHP installation in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server 32 bit. All those PHP must have their own place and I already create the folders in VirtualBox Host (Apricity OS) within public_html folder :
php52; for location of testing on php 5.2.17
php53; for location of testing on php 5.3.29
php54; for location of testing on php 5.4.33
php55; for location of testing on php 5.5.34
php56; location of testing on php 5.6.20
php70; location of testing on php 7.0.5
Each folder already has file info.php with this code :
The application sholud be work on PHP 5 is no longer relevant term for my team. Client use more precision term like PHP 5.2.17, PHP 5.3.3 etc. Its insane to support checking all those claim. The only ‘fair’ play assumption is testing it with more common version. Like PHP 5.2 I decide to use latest version of 5.2 family like 5.2.17.
In this post I try to retry available post that already use same approach but using Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS that use 64 bit architecture while I use 32 bit Ubuntu 14.04 server for this case.
List of Supported PHP version in this post including from museum are :
5.2 -> 5.2.17
5.3 -> 5.3.29
5.4 -> 5.4.33
5.5 -> 5.5.34
5.6 -> 5.6.20
7.0 -> 7.0.5
Those PHP version will be install in single VM that tun Ubuntu 14.04 server with memory 1GB. In case the memory not fit the process then I can add it easily 🙂
Install base package and friends
sudo apt-get install -y nginx git autoconf lynx wget build-essential libxml2-dev libssl-dev libbz2-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libpng12-dev libfreetype6-dev libxpm-dev libmcrypt-dev libmhash-dev libmysqlclient-dev libjpeg62-dev freetds-dev libjson-c-dev re2c
Setting Local Environment on Ubuntu 14.04 Server
sudo nano /etc/environment
Add these lines :
save. read more
In last section I already write about setting VirtualBox for initial preparation. This time I’ll continue with Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS install.
In this section nothing new beside next and next. One thing I need to use in install the server is only use OpenSSH server when server prompt available package during install.
For Part 1, click here.
Configuration Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS
To continue with configuration step I prefer to do it from terminal. Open terminal from Apricity OS and type :
ssh [email protected] -p 2222
note : ubuntu is username that I use for my installation and server 123456.
Port 2222 is port that I use for port forwarding.
Like this one.
ssh [email protected] -p 2222
[email protected]’s password:
Welcome to Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS (GNU/Linux 4.2.0-27-generic i686) read more
My latest post was about Apricity OS. This OS continue to surprise me with its ‘archlinux’ blood 🙂 . Getting new update every day is good for my general requirement but not suitable for my job in programming. I need php environment that stable and also support all old php version that our team ever made (I can share it to my team easily).
In short I need mutiple php support with these requirements :
- Minimum dependency
- Using Ubuntu or CentOS
- I can code in Apricity OS and see the result in other machine (point 2).
All those factors fit with Virtualbox. I just need to install Virtualbox (I use version 5.0.16) in Apricity (host) and install Ubuntu LTS (14.04 or 16.04) as guest.
Setting VirtualBox Guest in Apricity OS
VirtualBox already installed in last post. The plan for VirtualBox new guest :
- Set 2 card for NAT and Host Only
- Create fix hard disk with VDI type (50GB)
- Use Ubuntu server 14.04 LTS (32 bit for lower resource).
- 1 GB memory assignment
Picture of 2 card on VirtualBox
Adapter 1 -> NAT read more
My Peppermint OS 5 seem to let me behind with latest trend. Even I can install Sigil but it’s not latest one because of LTS stuff (yes, Sigil requires Qt >= 5.4 available in Ubuntu 15.10). I also can not introduce Krita for my daughter (its installed but crash). Obviously a lot of fun things I got with Peppermint OS 5 like setting brightness, set Team viewer 10 for remote my wife laptop. Use Xampp for Phalcon PHP backup. Learn Corona SDK a bit before switch to Ionic.
While latest Ubuntu will be out this April I actually will ignore it till 2019 but I can’t 🙂 . This LTS (Xenial Xerus) hard to refuse but I need it to follow latest trend). During waiting period I think I’ll use Elementary OS. I download and play with it and I love it until my friend came and told me about his arch linux box. I already knew that name from long time ago while I still working with FreeBSD server but I have no idea until I see it myself.
Being afraid of new challenge that I might see with arch linux I decide to look for beginner friendly distro that use arch linux as basis. Manjaro, Antergos are nice but I see other one called Apricity OS. Its GUI approach is really good and force me to end my waiting period for Ubuntu LTS after test it 2 days with virtualbox. read more