Unfortunately, Kohana 3.2 doesn’t include a “forward()” method in Controllers as most MVC frameworks do (the framework is strict HMVC). It should include the method if you ask me
“rsync” is a powerful synchronization command for files and directories (local and remote) commonly available for Unix and Windows systems nowadays, let’s explain the basics of how it works …
Today we found out that traffic for one of the Websites we work on drop off significantly during the weekend, we obviously freaked out.
The following grep search in the site’s document root confirmed our worst fears
I’ve been following for some days now the controversy regarding Bing copying search results from Google.
There is so many people and posts not defining a clear posture, personally I don’t find it that hard to judge.
This is a quick one, just include at the beginning of your script: $| = 1;
Our team is in the middle of upgrading a high traffic vBulletin 3.6.8 Website to vBulletin 4.0.3, the vB Template Syntax changed considerably …
You are connected to a server through SSH, then you start doing something else, and by the time you come back to the console, the server kicked you out!
I was going crazy making modifications to a vBulletin site, needed to test the behavior of the homepage when the user was logged in and when wasn’t …
I was wondering the other day if I could have a Lighttpd Website wrapped behind Apache2 in some kind of proxy), guess what, you can!