Once upon a time, I needed to use Laravel in a Windows machine that was running WAMP (http://www.wampserver.com/en). After figuring out how it is the structure of WAMP and where the configuration files are, I was able to run my Laravel project, in a subfolder.
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I’ve worked with several versions of WordPress, to different purposes at each time. One thing that happens often is having to move WordPress from one domain to another… It’s not enough just to copy the files to the new domain and connect the new database with the backup of the previous one.
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A client has a server with Windows Server 2008 installed, running IIS 7.5 and ISAPI 3 (TASK hosting).
I needed to put a Laravel project running his server, and the problem was the rewrite needed for the framework. How I would do the htaccess from Laravel work on IIS?
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This week I needed to install LimeSurvey on a subfolder of a Debian 8 server, that is running NGINX. As always, the biggest problem is preparing the right rewrite.
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One day I’ve worked on a project on my desktop for hours, but I wasn’t able to finish a important part. I saved the changes and uploaded to git, to work and finish the task later on my notebook… When I got to my destiny and opened the project, I was only seeing a white screen on Chrome. Looking at logs, no error was registered, and the white screen was there.
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