With recent progress of php5 campaign and minimum windows xp deployment I think I should upgrade my appserv to wampserver mode.
Wampserver can use dual php mode, php5 by default with php4 as addon.
Latest release :
WAMP5 1.7.2 with PHP 5.2.3 and MySQL 5.0.41
PHP4.4.7 ADD-ON for WAMP5 1.7.2
Latest release can be download here
I download WAMP5 1.7.2 with addon php4
Here’s the the installation steps :
It is a dangerous cycle, and one that needs to be broken. The PHP developer community has decided that it is indeed now time to move forward, together. Therefore, the listed software projects have all agreed that effective February 5th, 2008, any new feature releases will have a minimum version requirement of at least PHP 5.2.0. Furthermore, the listed web hosts have agreed that effective February 5th, 2008, they will include PHP 5.2 (or a more recent version) in their service offer.
- Need slackware12 iso for DVD or CD, click here for mirror list.
Can I use openoffice in my windows XP?
Thats my friend question after taking linux workshop where he use export in pdf using writer.
OpenOffice support 5 platforms :
1. Download latest version from here, I take windows version.
Slackware 12 already out, ready to serve (ups thats FreeBSD tag 🙂 )
While waiting for all mirror get iso file, I just try to visit a few mirror for iso file support from listing directory of mirror
A few mirror offer CD and DVD iso linux
Here the lists :
Link related :
Viva Slackware 12!
Tips : use -c option to resume your wget download and choose belnet first for fast and stable download.
If you know other mirror put CD or DVD iso let me know and I’ll update the list.
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Apache/2.2.4 (Win32) PHP/5.2.1
Yes, my friend like to collect what server that run with specific domain.
Such online tools exist in internet like :
Using these tools, server can be "guest" but how accurate this information and whats this information for?
just for fun, nothing else 🙂
I just try mod_security within freebsd box to modify it’s banner which result :
for apache 1.37 I run
1. Install mod_security
kongja# whereis mod_security
kongja# cd /usr/ports/www/mod_security
kongja# make install
2. Edit httpd.conf
Make sure this line exist :
LoadModule security_module libexec/apache/mod_security.so
3. Activate mod_security by adding these lines in httpd.conf to modify the banner
SecServerSignature "Solaris 10"
4. Restart apache server and finish
Check again using netcraft or untroubled
Change Solaris 10 to other, like GWS/2.1 ( google engine? hehehehe) or girlfriend name 🙂