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nndocs [2013/03/28 06:04]
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 [[nndocs:​lamp]] -- Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. The '​standard'​ web hosting stack. This is the best configuration I've managed to come up with so far, though there are ways in which it could be improved. It uses: [[nndocs:​lamp]] -- Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. The '​standard'​ web hosting stack. This is the best configuration I've managed to come up with so far, though there are ways in which it could be improved. It uses:
-  * Debian ​Testing. This doesn'​t call for a custom kernel, but there'​s nothing stopping you! +  * Debian ​Jessie. This doesn'​t call for a custom kernel, but there'​s nothing stopping you! 
-  * Apache 2.from Debian. I don't have experience with 2.4 yet; it isn't in the repositories;​ and compiling it from source is pretty low on the priorities list.+  * Apache 2.from Debian.
     * Apache uses the Event MPM, and is tuned somewhat. There'​s still room for more tweaking.     * Apache uses the Event MPM, and is tuned somewhat. There'​s still room for more tweaking.
-    * Virtualhosts need to be configured from scratchThat's not documented here yet.+    * VirtualHost templates are needed, for different kinds of sites(PHP by version, static HTML, directory...)
   * MySQL 5.5 from Debian.   * MySQL 5.5 from Debian.
-    * I'm not yet doing anything special with it. +    * I'm not yet doing anything special with it. I could tune it, I guess, but it sees so little writing, I doubt if it matters
-  * PHP 5.4.11 (or newer, if it exists) from source. PHP isn't something I want to use from someone else's repositories. +  * PHP 7.(or newer, if it exists) from source. PHP isn't something I want to use from someone else's repositories. 
-    * PHP runs via Apache'​s ​mod_fastcgi (not fcgid) ​and PHP-FPM, which is amazing and my favorite PHP handler so far ever.+    * PHP runs via Apache'​s ​mod_proxy_fcgi ​and PHP-FPM, which is amazing and my favorite PHP handler so far ever.
  
 === Linux Pro Audio === === Linux Pro Audio ===
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