installation of FreeBSD, we have a set of programs we want to install. The conventional method would be installing it one by one in /usr/ports. Today, we will use meta ports to install the set of applications by just one "make install clean" rather then "cd" into individual directories and do "make install clean" for every ports.
Meta ports are, as the name implies, ports file that describe about the program we are installing. The ports file describe where & what to install for this ports to work. A sample of "where" would be "where to download the source", "where to install it" and so on. As for "what", it would be "what to install to fulfill the dependencies". In this post, we will take advantage of this "what". We will define the dependencies as the list of programs we want to install so that the ports will install it.
This is an example of how to do it :
After configuring the <VirtualHost> directives, some may encounter an error message :
Error : [warn] _default_ VirtualHost overlap on port 80, the first has precedence
This is due to the missing of a parameter, before any <VirtualHost> directives:
passwordless login within Bash script, this post is about how to connect to MySQL database server using Bash script without MySQL client prompting for login.
Here it is :
Here it is :
How does ssh tunneling works?
Here is how you get your hands dirty :
For some reason, wp-cache stop working. The "Cache contents" in WP-Cache Manager (accessible from Settings --> WP-Cache) shows both "cached pages" and "expired pages" are "0" (zero) all the time.
The fix is :
- the license has all the freedom you need
- server apps setup are mostly manual. no wizard of oz, no gui. Which makes the administrator have control over everything.
- it boots faster
- its stability is like rock, hard to crash :)
- default installation are lean and mean. Is meant to be built from scratch. Ain't no rubbish you want on the system to trade for vulnerabilities.
Even though some of the above might scare off a normal user, no doubt it is still a great OS that no others can beat. Don't believe me? Try it yourself with the below few pictures (to guide) :