While setting up my LAMP configuration on my HTPC, I get this error while trying to replicate my hosting environment for a future site upgrade: [error] [client ::1] File does not exist: /var/www/html/wp/download-rpm-package-using-yum-without-installing, referer: http://localhost/wp/ [error] [client ::1] File does not exist: /var/www/html/wp/how-to-find-the-mac-address-of-an-ethernet-or-wireless-card, referer: http://localhost/wp/ No matter what I tried, I couldn't get the links [...]
Page keeps redirecting from http://localhost to http://www.mysites.com with a permanent 301 redirect.
So while making a copy of my page for testing purposes, I try to run it from my LAMP configuration only to receive a redirect to my online page. Tinkering with the .htaccess file did absolutely nothing in this case. Page keeps redirecting from http://localhost/wordpress to http://www.microdevsys.com/WordPress with a line like this in the /var/log/httpd/access_log [...]
So I received this 500 internal Server Error when trying to save my long posts on my WordPress 2.6.2. In my case I have 1and1.com hosting and at first impressions, the problem appeared to be with MySQL and the time it took to save a post. On top of this, my host doesn't allow access [...]
In this post we'll configure network booting through PXE. PXE stands for Preboot eXecution Environment and has been available for Network Devices (or NIC's) for some time. Such a network boot setup has many uses in particular in OS setup and deployment. In this post I'll introduce the steps to quickly set one up. The [...]
Apache HTTPD is the most popular web server to date. It's extensible and configurable to meet various needs both small and big. Here we'll focus on extending it's reporting functionality by enabling full status capability to see more granularity in status reports. As you probably know, the service on Red Hat Linux systems can be [...]
It's still a surprise to most just how much scanning and probing by either hackers or malicious software is going on on the web when they do find out. I mean, do you really know how many times your workstation or home network get's hit by attempted intrusions and invasions? I was never able to find [...]