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If Apache is writing a file of some kind to one place and has not completed writing it and then rsync kicks in, rsync will copy whatever is sitting there. Meaning if Apache is dealing with a 5MB file, only 2MB is written and rsync kicks in, the partial 2MB file will be copied. So that file would seem like it is “corrupted” on the destination server. ...
The comments thread had a bunch of useful troubleshooting tips but it turned out the issue was with the browser. I recommend having a spare, 'pristine' browser for testing, so if your mimetypes are messed up, you can still check. The OP installed opera and it worked, when firefox didn't. In his shoes, I might consider purging firefox - which eliminates all ...
My problem was that I was running the PHP files from Bluefish, which sent them to Firefox and appeared in the URL bar as file:///var/www/html/index.php. This is incorrect for PHP files to run on the local machine. Instead, the URL should've read: localhost/index.php. This reflects my index.php file stored in /var/www/html. This is the only way on the local ...
Well, I finally found the solution. Actually, Apache unset the $HOME environment variable, (see line 4 of /etc/apache2/envvar file: unset HOME) The only thing to do was to add: export HOME=/var/www before the forever list line in the bash script. And works like a charm.
Yes - and the file might be corrupted if rsync is reading the file at the same time the file is being written to. You can try this: http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/2558 You can also script it with lsof: lsof /path/to file An exit code of 0 means that the file is in use, and exit code of 1 means there's no activity on that file.
Have you installed phpmyadmin? Seems to me like you missed it. It's not a part of the LAMP stack per se, but an administration tool for configuring MySQL (which is written in php). You would need to do sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin as per this guide. After completing this step, you should be able to access phpMyAdmin. Hope this helps ;)
Solution is one of the folder in the hierarchy didnt have execute permission
SSLCertificateKeyFile is the most important part of SSL. SSLCertificateKeyFile is used to encrypt the data you send to Mr Smith's browser as he points it to your address. Mr Smith's browser uses SSLCertificateFile to decrypt the traffic, so it needs to exactly match SSLCertificateKeyFile (secondly, Smith uses it to prevent man-in-the-middle attack, but ...
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