Compile and build Apache + MySQL + PHP from the source

This is a complete working solution to build Apache (httpd-2.2.25), MySQL (MySQL-5.6.14) and PHP (PHP-5.5.5) from the sources. Article tested many times on CentOS 6.4 and you can directly copy & paste the commands below to build the lastest releases. We advise you to use a freshly installed OS as compiling may corrupt or delete […]

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Add New Hosting to a System Installed With Plugged.sh

If you use our LAMP installer script and want to add a new domain afterwards, we’ve created a simple script to ease up the process. This script creates a new user, adds the domain settings for Apache, adds a new MySQL Database and user, restarts necessary services. Simply get our script from here or on […]

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Install mod_python on Centos 6

mod_python is one of the easiest ways to use your Python Scripts as web pages. To install mod_python on your Centos 6 server, simply follow the steps below. We also recommend using our LAMP installer, this method can easily be implemented with our installer. To install mod_python, we need the EPEL repositories: rpm –import https://fedoraproject.org/static/0608B895.txt […]

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Building PHP 5.4.3 on CentOS

Even though it’s easier to use yum, sometimes we need to compile PHP from source code. Below I’ll describe a method for compiling PHP 5.4.3 on CentOS, this works both on 5.x and 6.x and all the dependencies (except for PHP itself, of course ) will be retrieved via yum. After a fresh install of […]

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