Ok, I’ve made a few aesthetic changes, notably, custom error documents and directory indexes for the downloads section.
I’ve also fixed Gallery1->2 compatibility for all those people pointing to the old album structure.
I thought this sort of stuff only happened in places like the Israeli borders:
Gotta wonder exactly what else they’ve managed to smuggle through. 🙂
Saw this mentioned on Whirlpool. Pretty cool site:
I’ve released RPMs for the following package sets:
- PHP 4.4.2 Standard Build
- PHP 5.1.2 CGI Build (ie. for side by side operation between PHP4 & PHP5)
- MySQL 4.1.16 Standard Build
I’ve only compiled & tested these for the following distributions:
- Redhat Enterprise 3 (CentOS3)
- Redhat Enterprise 4 (CentOS4)
Compiled RPMs & Source RPM packages are available from:
These should also be yum’able. 🙂
If you have problems with a package, post a comment and I’ll see what I can do.
P.S. If you want to use PHP5 without needing a shebang line on your .php5 scripts add the following to your rc.local:
# Allow PHP5 to run without shebang modprobe binfmt_misc echo ':PHP5:E::php5::/usr/bin/php5/php:' > /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc/register
This looks interesting indeed. Redhat are teaming up with OpenVZ to integrate the partitioning technology into the Fedora Core.
I’m keen Redhat, where do we start! 🙂
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