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How to add IMAP Support for PHP in Centos x64

If you need to install IMAP support for php on a 64-bit machine, it is not that simple. There are some additional steps you need to follow to make it working. First of all, you may try to reconfigure PHP. If you have Directadmin or any other control panel installed, you might have imap library installed. Just add… Read More »

checking for DB4 major version… configure: error: Header contains different version – How to Solve

If you are trying to compile PHP on a 64-bit OS (e.g. CentOS 6.4), you can see various error messages. The only reason is the different location of libraries, that causes the configure script to break. Let me tell you about a popular fix for DB4 support, that is not enabled by default. I have tried to configure… Read More »

How To Find The Version of Linux You Are Using

Sometimes you need to know what version of the Operating system is installed on your server. This is extremely useful when you order a dedicated server and want to know what is the version of OS on it. A simple command will help you as usual: cat `ls /etc/*{-,_}{release,version} 2>/dev/null | head -n 1` This will show you… Read More »