A customer just called for emergency when they got a mail from Google saying their websites are infected by malware. It took half an hour to analyse and resolve the situation. We show how to get rid of malware using … Continue reading
Tag Archives: PHP
I’m hosting the superior website www.gekonntgekocht.de, which is actually running PHP 5.4. It uses WordPress for content management and authors got double with uploading files.
php-fpm I installed php-fpm today on FreeBSD 8.3 and wondered about flags to php-fpm which could not be set in /etc/rc.conf as /usr/local/etc/rc.d/php-fpm does not use those variable.
I had to install ZendOptimizer for a customer today. Please don’t use ZendOptimizer as is it not actively developed, development stopped in 2010. See Zend Server or IonCube.
A customer uses Drupal’s mail facility, namely drupal_mail_send(): <?php $message = array(‘to’ => ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’, ‘subject’ => (‘Example subject’), ‘body’ => (‘Example body’), ‘headers’ => array(‘From’ => ‘email@example.com’)); drupal_mail_send($message); ?> and they got Call to undefined function error messages for two … Continue reading