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Connecting to a server across the internet is much more secure using SSH. There is a way that you can mount a folder on a remove server using the SSHFS service.
There are quite a few steps that you’ll have to follow, so get ready and open a terminal window.
First we’ll install the module:
sudo apt-get install sshfs
Now we will use the modprobe command to load it
sudo modprobe fuse
We’ll need to set up some permissions in order to access the utilities. Replace <username> with your username.
sudo adduser <username> fuse sudo chown root:fuse /dev/fuse sudo chmod +x /dev/fusermount
Since we’ve added ourselves to a user group, we need to logout and back in at this point before we continue.
Now we’ll create a directory to mount the remote folder in. I chose to create it in my home directory and call it remoteserv.
Now we have the command to actually mount it. You’ll be prompted to save the server key and for your remote password.
sshfs <username>@<ipaddress>:/remotepath ~/remoteserv
Now you should be able to cd into the directory and start using it as if it was local.
cd ~/remoteserv root@ubuntu:~/remoteserv$ ls -l
To unmount sshfs enter this command
fusermount -u ~/remoteserv
Open command prompt from start option
1) To start world wide web services c:\>net start w3svc
2) To start the ftp service c:\>net start msftpsvc
3) To start the smtp service c:\>net start smtpsvc
4) To start the plesk control panel service c:\>net start PleskControlPanel
5) To start the HTTP SSL service c:\>net Start HTTPFilter
6) To restart IIS services c:\>iisreset /restart
7) To check the status of the IIS services c:\>iisreset /status
To stop the services use stop instead of start in the above 5 commands .
The solution is to go get the latest ImageMagick version and build it yourself;
> wget ftp://ftp.imagemagick.org/pub/ImageMagick/ImageMagick.tar.gz > tar -xzvf ImageMagick.tar.gz > ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --with-x=no --disable-static --with-modules --without-perl --without-magick-plus-plus --with-quantum-depth=8 --disable-openmp > make > sudo make install > sudo /sbin/ldconfig /usr/local > sudo ln -f /usr/local/bin/Magick-config /usr/bin/Magick-config > sudo PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig/ gem install rmagick
Building native extensions. This could take a while... Successfully installed rmagick-2.13.1 1 gem installed
sudo apt-get remove –purge php*
sudo apt-get autoremove
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:brianmercer/php5
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install php5 libapache2-mod-php5 php5-cli php5-cgi php5-mysql php5-gd
sudo service apache2 restart
sudo apt-get install php-pear
sudo pecl uninstall apc
sudo pecl install apc
You can use the NETSTAT command to quickly see all the used and listening ports on your computer. Note it is not a complete substitute for a port scanning tool. If you’d like to have your computer remotely scanned for open ports use our Security Scan instead.
To see a list of listening ports, open Command Prompt and type:
C:\> netstat -an |find /i “listening”
You can change “listening” to “established” to see what ports your computer actually communicates with.
In Windos XP and Win2k3 Server you can use the -O switch with the NETSTAT command to also get a list of all the owning process ID associated with each connection:
C:\> netstat -ao |find /i “listening”
To see all open, closing, established and listening ports, simply use:
You can also make the netstat command refresh periodically by adding a number of seconds at the end, for example, to make it refresh every 5 seconds, use something like:
C:\> netstat -an 5
You can see process identifiers using the following command at the command prompt: tasklist and tasklist /svc
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zendframework / ZendSkeletonApplication
eminetto / ZendSkeletonApplication
akrabat / FormExample
BjyAuthorize – Adds ACL support for ZfcUser using Zend\Acl.
CdliTwoStageSignup – Adds an e-mail address verification step to the signup process.
CdliUserProfile – An extensible user profile system.
CdliAutogenUsername – Allows for auto-generated usernames upon registration.
ScnSocialAuth – Adds social network authentication to ZfcUser for sites like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo!, etc.
EdpGithub – Adds Github authentication to ZfcUser. (ScnSocialAuth will eventually support Github and this will simply remain a Github API integration module).
ZF-Commons ZfcUser RFC
ZfcUser Concepts and Goals – This is a little out of date, but still useful, none-the-less.
my-module.global.php overrides values from module.config.php and my-module.local.php overrides values from my-module.global.php
config/application.config.php – mostly you will add modules there
module/MyModule/config/module.config.php – put your module-specific configuration there, but make sure not to put any environment specific values (like concrete hostname) there, use default values
config/autoload/my-module.global.php – override the default values from you module with ones specific for your environment
config/autoload/my-module.local.php – may contain confidential values not to be submitted to the module such as authentication credentials
Guthub Project: https://github.com/lex0r/zendscaffolding
Zend CRUD Data Mapper Example
Zend Framework Scaffolding Administration Panel
Zend Framework Wiki!
Zendcasts – is a weekly podcast in screencast format covering different parts of the Zend Framework
Survive The Deep End!
ZF Project Manager
DASPRiD – Ben Scholzen released the source-code for his blog as part of a series on modern app architecture. Well worth study as examples of dependency injection, service architecture, models/mappers, even using Phing for build.
TweetGT – Twitter message sender. http://github.com/akrabat/TweetGT
ZF components – like Zend_Application, Zend_Tag_Cloud
Content management framework
Dodo – an open-source todo list by Greg Wessels. A great example of module-based app using layout-switching via plugin and an API module
Zend based applications – http://www.dotkernel.com/
!ZFDebug – It provides useful debug information displayed in a small bar at the bottom of every page. google, github
Enygma’s Ext-JS with ZF example app – This is a set of examples showing you how to do various things with the powerful combination of Zend Framework (PHP) and ExtJS
!Open source eCommerce – Open source eCommerce
!A short list of Projects created with Zend Framework and ( or ) Doctrine