Finding files in Linux can be easy if you know how. There are a couple of command with various parameters that can be modified for every situation. Here’s a broad base of examples to get you started. You can modify these to suit you own needs with the help of the Linux man pages.
We’ve covered three different ways of running PHP with Apache. The default module, FastCGI, and suPHP. This article benchmarks the three implementations and compares the script execution time of each.
Do you want a more efficient PHP handler for your scripts that the default Apache module? Try FastCGI instead. Normally, it can be complicated to set it up, but here’s an easy way without fuss or hassles on CentOS 7.
suPHP allows PHP to run securely in a shared hosting environment so that users don’t have access to files they didn’t create themselves. Unfortunately, official support for suPHP was stopped a while ago. However, patching it to support the latest versions of Apache is easy. This step by step tutorial with screenshots will show you the entire process from start to finish.
Confused about how to install PHP 7.0 on your CentOS system? Moreover, you need to get it to work with Apache. This step by step tutorial with screenshots will show you which repos to use, and how to get PHP 7 working on your Linux box.
Do you want to automate the task of creating a user, adding a password, and expiring it all with one command? This Linux script will teach you the basics of scripting with parameters and conditional statements and provide you with a perfectly working script in the end.