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Wierd files on server
by Kubla Khan in Linux
I discovered that on Dec 25th and on Jan 4th some files where changed on a server account, I found the following code added to the file that is used to login to an admin side of an admin account:
Syntax: [ Download ] [ Hide ]SXBB[id].writeCmd();Syntax: [ Download ] [ Show ]<?php
error_reporting(0); ini_set('display_errors',0); $wp_li1101 = @$_SER
TAGS : Wierd files server

What is I/O of linux server?
by Viren in Linux
My site hosted in a shared hosting on a linux server. From cpanel's resouce usage option, I can see that I/O limit for my site is 4096 and in peak time, my site often reaches to its I/O limit. As I don't know much about it and as I didn't find any details article about it after googling, I was unable to optimize my php scripts to reduce the I/O. The only thing I know about it, is Input-Output Proc
TAGS : What linux server

A Definitive Answer To File/Folder Permissions For Apache?
by Enar in Linux
I'm currently setting up a new server and having doubts about my file/folder permission settings again - no matter how much I research this, I never get what I would consider to be a comprehensive answer on the subject as the posts I've read all seem to contradict each other in slightly different ways, so I'd appreciate some input from the experts here please
First, the set-up:

My php or HTML pages wont preview on localhost server?
by Flapdrol1337 in Linux
I downloaded XAMPP- apache and tomcat. I installed them and both and MySQL is working fine. The apache service is installed and working fine with a check for "installed service", but the tomcat service has a x where should be a check for service working. When I try to load it as a service I get error the service was not (Un)installed. So think its in stalled but not sure.
Anyhow, when I try t

Sharing Ubuntu Desktop
by Shailja in Linux
I sometimes get called to do emergency Linux sysop tasks and to edit PHP scripts while I'm on the road or in a hotel. Unfortunately, there's a lot of restricted Internet out there with only ports 80 and 443 available. I have a spare Ubuntu Desktop laptop at home. My always-on DSL router at home also allows port forwarding. Can anyone share any tips or steps on how I might be able to share that des

Building a CGI
by deanschang in Linux
I was wondering if anyone could give me an idea of how hard it is to build a CGI from source that requires two external libraries to build. All the code and libraries are open source. I'm not really familiar with building binary packages in Linux, but I'd like to run this CLI-type tool on a shared server. The tool is a bit complex. I've built it on my local machine, but I'll need to target a x
TAGS : Building

Starter Web Availability Fault Tolerance
by Matthieu Bozec in Linux
I'm now working for a startup out of Boston and we're in discussions about server availability so that we can sustain outages for like 4 hours, and also handle higher web traffic. What is a starter web availability system that you would recommend, and is there anything "canned" out there that makes this easier to setup and test? We want to get this going separately like a lab, and then when it all

PDF to Word
by tanknique in Linux
Anybody know how to convert PDF file to Word document using linux command line or using PHP?
TAGS : Word

hi guys,upload files problem!....
by Mcad in Linux
hi guyss, i get a problem when uploading files to my linux hosting,
i get the rror: 552 disk full BUT in my hosting i used only 39/1000 mb :S, and bandwith 200/unlimited .... any solution for it ? ...

alternative for cpanel linux
by orange-man in Linux
i looking for altertive of cpanel with whm too
anyone know a good solution?
thanks for your help

Apache Alias between sites
by errornosignal in Linux
I have a client who wants a WordPress blog, but for security reasons I do not want Wordpress in the same cPanel account with the client's website. The client wants the url to the blog to be mysite/blog. Since I use a LINUX VPS, I figured I could use an Apache Alias to redirect from the client site to the blog,(using post virtualhost include) like this:
Alias /blog home/blogsite/public_html
simple mod_rewrite !!
by Jason Merrill in Linux
How can I simplify the mod_rewrite:
Syntax: [ Download ] [ Hide ]SXBB[id].writeCmd();Syntax: [ Download ] [ Show ]RewriteRule ^picturi~peisaj-rural~([0-9]+)$ index.php?page=picturi&filtru=subiecte-detaliate&tip=peisaj-rural&gal=$1 [QSA,L]
RewriteRule ^picturi~peisaj-urban~([0-9]+)$ index.php?page=picturi&filtru=subiecte-det
TAGS : simple rewrite

friendly links
by Paratus in Linux
I have link in my site like:
<a href="index.php?page=article&title=title-something&id=1234">blabla</a>
I want to use in my site friendly links like:
<a href="title-something-1234">blabla</a>
Where "title-something" is a title from an article and "1234" it's his ID.
How can I change the htaccess file in order if I click on that l
TAGS : friendly links

what "php" is running on my server?
by Rick James Astley in Linux
I want to see what php code is hogging my server resources, but by a common task manager all I can see is a bunch httpd processes which do not tell me much, I want to know what php code called that new httpd process...how can I "unmask" this httpd processes to see what php code/web page called them?

Question about UBUNTU 11
by n3. in Linux
i have a problem when i am using ubuntu my head phone not working when i m using skype.

Tarball Contains... itself?
by ms-access in Linux
Hi guys,
I'm the furthest thing you can imagine from a Linux pro, so this may be a bit of a noob question, but I'm running some backups on one of our servers (we don't have an actual SA), and I've recently encountered an annoying problem. When I run the following command to zip the entire current directory (which is normally httpdocs), it seems to include itself in the tarball: (run in httpdo

10 Ways to Generate a Random Password from the Command Line
by zac in Linux
One of the great things about Linux is that you can do the same thing hundreds of different ways—even something as simple as generating a random password can be accomplished with dozens of different commands. Here’s 10 ways you can do it.
We gathered all of these commands from Command-Line Fu and tested them out on our own Linux PC to make sure they work. You should be able to use at leas

what i need to know about Linux command ?
by clubbedseal in Linux
Hi all Linux expert , I am willing to apply for PHP positions but i notice that Linux experience is must in most of the openings , So what i need to know about Linux in order to be able to apply for this jobs

Custom Desktops per Workspace
by futurefields in Linux
I've got Ubuntu 10.04 Linux and GNOME 2.30.2. Anyone ever figure out how to make it such that when I switch workspaces, I can have custom icons on the desktop per workspace? I mean, if I have 4 clients I'm working with, it would be great to click the appropriate workspace per the phonecall that comes in and immediately switch to just those desktop folders and apps. Why this isn't native and built-

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