A step-by-step guide for installing and configuring a MySQL replication environment on Fedora Linux.
I often find myself copying formatted SQL code into PHP. I like to keep the code semi-formatted while concatenating it into a single string. To make this easy on myself, I use a handy little regular expression search-and-replace in PHPEd.
Have you ever encountered a terminal screen full of 404 errors when downloading a package using Yum on Fedora Linux? Read this post to learn the super-simple solution.
This tutorial will show you how to connect to a remote Linux computer from Windows and use the X11 graphical interface using two free programs, PuTTY and XMing.
The KeepAlive setting in PuTTY allows users to maintain a constant connection to their servers.
Step-by-step instructions for installing a Fedora 12 web server suited for PHP and MySQL development. The guide is command-line only, which means you can do everything after the initial installation using SSH.
Check out The Autofocus System, a simple-yet-powerful time management system by Mark Forster.
PHPDoc gives PHP coders a standard format for documentation. But, you should be using it because it makes your life much easier in PHPEd by enabling code completion for otherwise type-less variables.
By following these simple steps, you can use phpMyAdmin to create and alter stored procedures without generating errors related to “DELIMITER.”