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Dear All, Is there any special method to host CodeIgniter projects or framework independent method to host PHP projects in a Linux Server? Earlier after having a problem with hosting ...
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- 03-12-2012 #1
PHP Framework ( CodeIgniter ) Projects vs LAMP
Is there any special method to host CodeIgniter projects or framework independent method to host PHP projects in a Linux Server?
Earlier after having a problem with hosting a PHP project in a Fedora web-server, I edited Line 88 in Router.conf in CodeIgniter project and remove thestrtolower
$this->default_controller = ( ! isset($this->routes['default_controller']) OR $this->routes['default_controller'] == '') ? FALSE : strtolower($this->routes['default_controller']);
Last edited by amithad; 03-12-2012 at 12:02 PM.
- 03-14-2012 #2
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- Mar 2012
My work web server is running PHP with code igniter framework and LAMP. RHEL 5.
I am the sysadmin on the box and periodically I have to bring in a PHP consultant make enhancements but your devs are dead wrong.
I have had issue with code igniter and I am moving away from PHP for other reasons. but the faults are most liking with code igniter not linux.
- 03-14-2012 #3
It looks like code igniter expects file names to be lower case. This wouldn't matter on Windows which has a more limited file system. Insist your developers fix it and deliver a working product or get some better developers.
- 03-16-2012 #4
Thanks for the reply! Our developers use windows workstations to develop CodeIgniter projects and hosting is done on a Fedora server. We are now in a situation where to find a best Linux distribution for web hosting and if it is framework independent that's better.
Could I know a web resource to get more information how to prepare a LAMP server for hosting? Your early reply is greatly appreciated!
- 03-16-2012 #5
I host my site on HostGator and have always found them reliable. I would recommend them but also suggest you do your own research. They use CentOS.
- 03-17-2012 #6