Recent change in mysql make my friend contact me. He want to learn and practice about postgresql before use it on real cpanel host that support postgresql . I agree to set new server for him to play around. TheÂ server itself basically consists of apache, php, postgresql and phppgadmin on FreeBSD 8.1 stable.
Here the steps :
Which Version of Postgresql
I also have same hosting account that my friend use. I log in to cpanel then click phppgadmin to see postgresql version.
Ok. I can see that Postgresql 8.1.22 installed on that host.
That error message show up when I try to install wordpress plugin. I think it must be plugin author false since I already have php date extension enabled but I’m wrong 🙂
Further search lead me to ‘calendar’ extension. Look no further to php5-calendar in my FreeBSD 7.3 box I install it.
cd /usr/ports/misc/php5-calendar && make install
stop php cgi prosess
start php cgi process
check extension with phpinfo() function :
Great its on the list now. Refresh plugin install at wordpress and I’m back to business 🙂
FreeBSD 7.3 ready to serve.
From FreeBSD press release :
Some of the highlights:
- ZFS updated to version 13
- new boot loader gptzfsboot supports GPT and ZFS
- hwpmc(4) enhancements including support for Core2/i7 processor and pmcannotate(8)
- new mfiutil and mptutil tools for widely used RAID controllers
- NULL pointer vulnerability mitigation
- bind updated to 9.4-ESV
- Gnome updated to 2.28.2
- KDE updated to 4.3.5
- Perl updated to 5.10
For a complete list of new features and known problems, please see the online release notes and errata list available at:
Download link : i386
for other architecture you may visit full 7.3 iso
pfSense is great stuff when you’re looking for Firewall but I need more 🙂
A user want to store his file in the form of FTP but pfSense is the only server that available in the office. New HDD ready to support this method.
Solution : Add new HDD and install FTP server inside pfSense.
Steps : ( I use vmware for reproduction the steps)
Install pfSense version 1.2.3
1. Install pfSense
I install version 1.2.3 as I need to produce it with latest pfSense version.
I use 2 HDD ( system located in 8G HDD and second HDD for FTP data)
Ethernet 1 set for LAN ( ip address 192.168.12.110) and ethernet 2 work as WAN ( I set to DHCP)
Enable sshd for remote configuration via ssh client like putty, securecrtÂ etc.
Restart system after successfully install to HDD.
While waiting for official announcement I see that FreeBSD 8.0 iso file just replace 8.0RC3.
Quick download iso file for FreeBSD 8.0 Release :
Update via source using csup or cvsup
set to :
RELENG_8_0 for release
RELENG_8 for stable
Update via freebsd-update :
freebsd-update upgrade -r 8.0-RELEASE