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Install a PHP7 LAMP Stack on CentOS 7

Verified and Tested 10/12/15 Introduction This how-to we will be installing PHP7  with a CentOS 7 LAMP stack. PHP7 is due to release on November 12, 2015, and it is a good time to try out PHP7 and test your code. NOTE: PHP is still in development, do not use this in a production environment, […]

Try PHP7 on a Debian 8.2 LAMP Stack

Verified and Tested 10/8/15 Introduction In this How-To, we will be installing PHP7 on a Debian 8.2 LAMP stack. PHP7’s expected release date is on November 12th, 2015. If you plan on upgrading to the new version of PHP, you can use this guide to install PHP7 so that you can test your code. This […]

Try PHP7 in a LAMP Stack on Ubuntu 14.04

Verified and Tested 10/8/15 Introduction In this How-To, we will install a LAMP Stack on an Ubuntu 14.04 Cloud Server with PHP7. PHP7  should be released November 12th, 2015 and if you plan on adopting the new version, now is a great time to test your code. This guide will give you the option to install […]

Use Rsync to copy/sync files between servers

Verified and Tested 10/02/2015 Introduction Rsync is a great way to synchronize files between servers or to simply move files between servers without the need of FTP. It connects two servers via the SSH protocol, allowing for the transfer of data between them. The rsync daemon, covered later in this article, uses its own protocol […]

Set up an Rsync Daemon on your Linux server

Verified and Tested 09/28/2015 Introduction This tutorial will take you through setting up an rsync daemon on your Linux server. You might want an rsync daemon if you have files that you want available so anyone (or just yourself) can download existing files or upload new files. This guide will review both running rsync as […]

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