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Install Apache MySQL and PHP

This will install the basic components for a dynmaic, database-driven web site. We use yum to handle dependencies and gather all of the required packages.

1. Install Apache (httpd), PHP, MySQL (server and client), and the component that allows php to talk to mysql.

   yum -y install httpd php mysql mysql-server php-mysql

2. Configure the new services to start automatically

  /sbin/chkconfig httpd on
  /sbin/chkconfig --add mysqld [this is not required with FC4 and above]
  /sbin/chkconfig mysqld on

  /sbin/service httpd start
  /sbin/service mysqld start

3. IMPORTANT! Set up the mysql database root password. Without a password, ANY user on the box can login to mysql as database root. The mysql root account is a separate password from the machine root account.

   mysqladmin -u root password 'new-password' [quotes are required]

4. Make additional security-related changes to mysql.

   mysql -u root -p

   mysql> DROP DATABASE test; [removes the test database]
   mysql> DELETE FROM mysql.user WHERE user = ''; [Removes anonymous access]
   mysql> FLUSH PRIVILEGES;

5. Following the above steps, the document root for Apache is /var/www/html/

Create a test PHP script (such as phpinfo.php) and place it in the document root. A useful test script sample:

  <?php
  phpinfo();
  ?>

PHP configuration

Open terminal, type "find / -name php.ini" to find the configuration file
open the directory where the file is saved (cd /etc) and then use "vi php.ini" to edit it.

type "/max_execution_time" to find the string and set its value to a fit value (300).
Set "max_input_time = 600", "memory_limit = 500M", "post_max_size = 350M", "upload_tmp_dir =/mytemp", "upload_max_filesize = 300M", "allow_url_fopen = Off"

if the directory /mytemp not exist, type "mkdir /mytemp" to create it and then set its permission to make the apache's user have the permission to add and delete file from the directory.

Apache configuration

type"find / -name httpd.conf" to find the configuration file,
open the directory where the file is saved (cd /etc/httpd/conf) and then type"vi /etc/php.ini" to edit it.

type "/DocumentRoot" to find the string and change the value to your document root path (/html)
Set "User myuser", "Group myuser"

type "/usr/sbin/useradd -m -s /bin/bash myuser" to create the user "myuser" and its group is "myuser"
type "passwd myuser" to set the password of the user "myuser"
type the following arguments to set the permission on "myuser"

   chown -v myuser:myuser /mytemp (upload temp directory)
   chmod 745 /mytemp

find '<Directory "/html">', add "php_admin_value open_basedir /html" under the line.

Set "Options -Indexes FollowSymLinks", "ServerSignature off", "ServerTokens prod"

To learn more about apache security, please refer to Security Tips - Apache HTTP Server.

Install wine

   yum install wine

Install php-xml

   yum install php-xml

Installing APC

APC is a PHP extension that can be installed using PECL. PECL comes with the php-pear package, so we install that now:

   yum install php-pear

Furthermore we must install some APC dependencies so that PECL can build APC:

   yum install php-devel httpd-devel

  yum groupinstall 'Development Tools'

  yum groupinstall 'Development Libraries'

Now that all dependencies are installed, we can install APC as follows:

    pecl install apc

type "vi /etc/php.d/apc.ini", add the following arguments to the file

    extension=apc.so
    apc.enabled=1
    apc.shm_size=30
    apc.rfc1867=1

type vi /etc/php.ini, add the following arguments to the end of the file:

    extension=apc.so
    apc.rfc1867=1

type " /sbin/service httpd restart" to restart apache service
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