During past three years, Apache OpenOffice Project released only three maintenance version. The main competitor, LibreOffice has 14 releases in 2015. Based on the requirement from ASF, at least one release per month is minimum.
I used Apache OpenOffice many years. I can not remember when I switch to LibreOffice. Maybe 2014.
Even I use LibreOffice for two years. I still hope Apache OpenOffice can continue developing its new version. I believe competition makes a better world, including software we use.
New Apache OpenOffice can be download here. Release notes here.
It is a guide of how to install multiple version of PHP on CentOS 6.5 64bit. All different PHP as fastcgi.
It is works on Apache, one web server, each virtualhost has its own different php version support.
0) Prepare the testing environment
Disable SELinux and stop iptables. It is for testing environment. For production machine, you should implement firewall carefully.
ETag is a standard used for determining whether the client (web browser) already has the latest version. If it has, it’s simply loaded from local cache. If not, the new version is requested.
An ETag is a hash generated based on either the inode number, the last modified time and / or the size (in bytes) of a file. The default behaviour in Apache webserver is to use all properties to generate the ETag.
What’s the problem with ETags?
Although etags do no harm in a single server set-up, it is harmful when you have multiple servers replication the served files. The problem is that the generated ETags most likely differ per server. So when the client re-requests an un-updated file on a different server than the last time the ETags do not much and a new version is requested, while this would not be necessary. This hurts performance (page load). You can find more information about this in the ‘Configure ETags‘ article on the Yahoo Developer Network.
How To Disable ETags in httpd.conf
To disable the use of ETags in the Apache webserver simply put the following FileETag directive in your httpd.conf:
Yesterday, when I sign in one of my VPS webmin control panel, it displayed an upgrade button. Look at the folowwing screen shot and just click the button underneath, Upgrade Webmin Now.
It is a update with new features and bug fixes. Worth to upgrade.
Then, I click Upgrade Webmin Now button to upgade Webmin from 1.630 to 1.640. see following release notes of this new version of Webmin.
Version 1.640 (13th August 2013)
Even more German translation updates thanks to Raymond Vetter, Norwegian updates thanks to Stein-Aksel Basma, Polish from Piotr Kozica, and Catalan from Jaume Badiella.
UI consistency improvements in the Linux Firewall and Xinetd modules.
Support for new Apache 2.4 features, such as IncludeOptional, the removal of NameVirtualHost and use of apachectl to get enabled modules.
Improved error detection and better handling of disks that don’t start on cylinder 1 in the Fdisk module.
Support for growing a logical volume to the maximum size possible in the LVM module.
Fixes for total and free memory detection under OpenVZ / Virtuozzo.
Mandriva Linux improvements in the Bootup and Shutdown and other modules.
Fix for a bug that could cause /etc/webmin to be deleted following a failed upgrade on Debian.
Improved support for FreeBSD 8, bringing it into sync with FreeBSD 9.
It is not that easy for a newbie to make a workable VPS by himself.
I have three year experience on VPS. I can make it as simple as possible to show you how to do it in three steps.
0) THIS STEP IS NOT COUNTED.
You need a VPS at least. I recommend BurstNet. The price is good. The service is OK per price.
After you order your own VPS and paid the invoice, you probably get the email in 8 hours for your account information.
You have panel and ssh account.
Went to panel and rebuild your VPS by choosing Centos 5 minimum OS template.
Now it is my three steps
1) Step 1
SSH your VPS by root user. Enter following command to install httpd
yum install httpd-devel
2) Step 2
Install MySQL server, and start MySQL server.
yum install mysql mysql-server mysql-devel