Category Archives: LAMP and Drupal
Busybox has a tiny, simple yet powerful http server. By modifying it a little bit, we can get a very simple and powerful web application with C efficiency. To create a http based application, the good starting point is to … Continue reading
Busybox has a built-in httpd server. Just turn it on, enable CGI and authorization etc, enable remote-port in env. Start the httpd. It works!
Here is a reference to 10 excellent themes for Drupal sites.
Here is how to do it:
Drupal is more and more like WordPress. It used to be that WordPress is easier to get started and Drupal is better fit for complex sites. The best example from Drupal side is Drupal Gardens. A showcase of the move … Continue reading
It always feels disturbing when a Linux package needs the root permission to install or to run. Most of the times it is possible to get around the root by installing from the source. Sometimes, the vendor does provide you … Continue reading