Discussion in 'General' started by agriz, Jan 17, 2012.
make sure the path to index.php (/docroot/.../index.php) does exist.
It seems little complicate
I am moving back to apache
I am using apache's conf to run litespeed site.com:2080
in such a case, apache is displaying site but litespeed is throwing errors
you may lack one step: build matching php
in admin console.
Yes, I compiled PHP in admin. It was success
please PM your sever's access, I'd check what's the problem.
I am changing the server. I will get new server with 16GB ram tonight. I will give access to it if you need.
Do you have any tutorial? In new server, I think, i dont need apache if fresh install of litespeed is possible.
I believe the problem is httpd.conf has no virtualhost.
I think litespeed need virtualhost setup.
How do i manually create virtualhost in litespeed?
Any wiki for this?
there is a tutorial entry in our wiki
it's easy for a fresh lsws install. however, need save the lsphp5 parameters in your current setup. since only 1 site, should be easy to setup lsws.
admin console->Configuration->Virtual Hosts->Add
for some setting you're not sure, refer the pre-created virtual host "Example"
I have a problem with curl.
I tried to re-compile php from admin interface.
But i got the following error.
this issue is covered.
No package curl-devel.x86_64 available.
Centos 64 bit.
But curl.x86_64 has already installed.
curl-devel.x86_64 exists, you must install it
It seems i need lib-curl
I have installed it.
Now, The loading is very slow.
** How do i optimize it?
** Image is not created using imagemagick. [exec('/usr/convert image.jpg image.png')]
use firebug (http://getfirebug.com/network) to figure out where the slowness resides.
for image not being created, check your server error log (i.e. /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log) to any clue. maybe exec function is disabled in php.ini.
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