PHP, as a program language, has its only life cycle. The main three version of PHP is 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5. PHP5.3 will be supported until July, 2014. It is still the main default version in CentOS. PHP5.4 will be supported until March, 2015 PHP 5.5 will be supported until June, 2016. Each version of
Actually, it is not a news. I knew it almost a year ago. But now it is the time. Google Voice: Not Supported on OBi Devices After May 15, 2014 Back at the end of October, Obihai announced Google would end its support for the XMPP communication protocol. This announcement came on the heels of
It is almost the end of life of Windows XP. vi Microsoft has announced the Windows XP end of support date of April 8, 2014. After this date, Windows XP will no longer be a supported operating system*. To help organizations complete their migrations, Microsoft will continue to provide updates to our antimalware signatures and
It is a sad news. I use LogMeIn for many years. I used it to do the troubleshooting on my parents in law’s computer remotely. They live in San Francisco. Today, I sign in LogMeIn account and saw this news. To continue using remote access, you’ll need to purchase an account subscription of LogMeIn Pro.
I just update the system through yum update command. After that, I reboot the VPS, then, lost the connection to this VPS and web site. Can not access the web site on it from browser. Can not access the VPS through ssh Can not access the VPS through Serial Console. I create a ticket on
Microsoft announced that Windows XP will not be supported any more until April 8, 2014. There are certain terms of Microsoft support lifecycle. Mainstream support: Microsoft will offer mainstream support for a minimum of 5 years from the date of a product’s general availability, or for 2 years after the successor product is released, whichever