After the Update to DSM 5.0, I noticed that Changes to PHP scripts were only accepted after a delay. It was considered the possibility that DSM could suddenly overload my almost new NAS, so I researched in my settings, what could be the problem. In the system settings of the item “PHP, I was struck by the Cache enable”.
In the Internet there are countless Blogs where technical Tutorials provided. A majority of these Tutorials has been written by people who know in the matter or the effects of the individual steps. Yesterday, I met, in this context, a glaring negative example.
At this point, I would like to present how you can install on the Raspberry Pi to the web server. I would like to Point out that the use of Apache2 as a web server on the Pi is very strong utilization.
Can be read out of a Monitoring solution, with the help of various services and information of a Server. But there are also cases for which there are no Plugins in the network. Then you have to write the Plugins themselves. ### A Complete Example
In this article I want to explain to you how to set up an Apache 2 Server with PHP. I’m going to add at the end of a “shell script”, so that you can automatically set up a web server.
This is beginners a often occurring errors in PHP. He comes frequently if you want to set Cookies or Header Information with header(); to manipulate.