I know some people who are casual Linux users that periodically fire up new releases of popular distributions to see how things are going in the world of Linux. One of the things I've had a lot of comments on is how several Linux distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, openSUSE, and most others) have stopped shipping OpenOffice.org with their operating systems and have switched to LibreOffice.
Posts Tagged ‘Apache’
If you are a WordPress developer or just want to play around with your own local installation there is a free package called Instant WordPress that will get your own site up and running in under a minute.
If you want to play around with PHP and MySQL the chances are pretty good that you've heard of LAMP, which stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP.
If you're a webmaster that is running a site using Apache then you are likely familiar with the .htaccess file. It's a powerful way to redirect and control access to virtually any page on the site, but it can take time getting used to the syntax needed for some of the things you may want to do. One thing that comes to mind is setting up a domain (ex.