1. epopen

    Solved Apache24 + PHP7.1 got "No space available for static Thread Local Storage" error when start.

    Hi All I have a running server (FreeBSD 11.1 i386 @ 256MB machine, apache 2.4 + PHP5.6) work fine. Nearly, I plan upgrade to PHP7.1, but got below error message when apache24 service start. httpd: Syntax error on line 144 of /usr/local/etc/apache24/httpd.conf: Syntax error on line 1 of...
  2. R

    Can not run php file in freebsd

    I already Install apache24 and php on freebsd, but when I try to run in web browser an error occurs. Such as I run should be reading php script but what is done is to download the file "index.php" How to fix this?
  3. Itproman

    Solved Apache24 Mysql PHP install problem

    Apache 24 install,configuration and start successful. Mysql install is the problem: pkg install mysql57-server mysql57-client Error message: http:// Not Found I...
  4. B

    PECL-Redis for PHP71

    Hello! I'm kind of lost while I'm trying to install the new PECL-Redis on my PHP 7.1 installation. I'm using Synth on my base system to build Packages for my jails. I have jails with different apps running different PHP versions (php56, php70, soon also php71). Until recently it was fairly...
  5. Johnny2Bad

    php, apache, ssmtp not working

    Hello folks, I am trying desperately to get ssmtp to work but without much luck. I followed a number of tutorials on the net. But still ssmtp refuses to forward emails with the php mail function. It does however do the daily and weekly FreeBSD reports. Here's my system details.... uname -a...
  6. F

    Jails, webserver and website

    Hello, NB question here: Setting up FreeBSD on a VPS. Some howto's have Apache running on the host, and the website in a jail. Other howtos have Apache running in a jail. My question, from a security point of view, is it better to run Apache in it's own jail? Would I put my Wordpress website in...
  7. Oclair

    Solved PHP Extensions - PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library

    Hi there, Over time I changed something to apache/php and caused some weird issue. It was not apparent this was happening until web apps started to report suggested plugins were not available... 11.0-RELEASE-p6 FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-p6 #0 r310492 Apache 2.4.25 via ports PHP 5.6.29 via ports...
  8. J

    PHP 5.6.24 SOAP installation issue

    Hello, I am trying to install SOAP on 10.2-RELEASE-p14 with PHP 5.6.24. After deinstalling extensions, then installing with SOAP support I opened up a phpinfo page. phpinfo shows: Additional .ini files parsed "/usr/local/etc/php/ext-20-soap.ini". A line under module authors. A working system...
  9. ailmanki

    port mod_xsendfile

    mod_xsendfile does by default drop the header "Content-Encoding". And unfortunately it does not add it either. So one cannot serve for example gzip files. Quote from : The Content-Encoding header - if present - will be dropped, as the module cannot know if...
  10. O

    "Fatal error: Call to undefined function session_status()" on FreeBCD when Activate WP eCommerce

    "Fatal error: Call to undefined function session_status()" on FreeBCD 10.1 (as well as FreeBSD 8.4, 9.3, 10.2) when Activate WP eCommerce When activate the plugin WP eCommerce on FreeBCD appears: Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error. Fatal error: Call to undefined...
  11. joel.bodenmann

    Solved Moving web server to FreeBSD - MediaWiki shows blank page

    Hello folks, The past couple of weeks I spend converting from being a Linux guy to becoming a FreeBSD guy. After I've had a really nice time with FreeBSD I felt that it's finally time to stop playing around and moving one of my web servers from an Ubuntu server to a FreeBSD server. I setup...
  12. S

    FAMP Installation for Wordpress 4.4

    FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE Apache24 MySQL 5.5 PHP-5.6 Installed Wordpress 4.3.1_1 from pkg repository, no issues in getting it set up and running. WordPress 4.4 gets released and I upgraded, then my installation couldn't create or write files (via WordPress FTP implementation; couldn't...