Tag Archive for 'php'

September 23, 2008

I corrected an issue with the above products on my friend’s server today. Supposedly, the payment processor changed the SSL certificate used by their payment server and broke cURL payment processing for clients. The server in question was running Plesk 8.1.1 and CentOS. Since the fix isn’t published online, I’ll post my fix here. I […]

April 14, 2008

It’s been a few months since I last posted an entry to my blog. Life has been busy. This blog has been busy, in terms of web traffic to my Anonymous Letters and Starbucks posts below. Time for a tech post. I had the privilege of upgrading an ancient Red Hat 9 Linux box to […]

October 18, 2007

I got a little ahead of myself today and decided to upgrade to the latest release of Ubuntu. On the release date, no less. I shelled into my server remotely and executed the required upgrade command (one-liner: sudo apt-get install update-manager-core && sudo do-release-upgrade). The new installer detects if you are running it via a […]

May 11, 2007

I finally decided to upgrade my Ubuntu Server 6.10 install to the latest version, 7.04 (Feisty Fawn). Out of habit, I now wait a few weeks before upgrading to the latest version of anything to ensure any last minute bugs get worked out. Best of all, I upgraded the entire OS remotely using SSH. Upgrading […]

May 8, 2007

Opps. I just checked a few of my older blog posts and quickly realized I neglected to post part 2 of my ‘Configuring Ubuntu – Part 1’ guide. Well, here it is! By default, Ubuntu Server installs MySQL and PHP. However, it doesn’t tweak the system for performance. If you run a WordPress blog on […]