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A computer program running as a service, a physical computer dedicated to running one or more such services or a software/hardware system such as a database server, file server, mail server, or print server.

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If PHP is run as apache module, you can use the phpinfo() function. Search for the Apache section (usually apache2handler) and look for the row with "Loaded Modules":
answered Apr 14 '11 by Lekensteyn
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The php-5.5.5.tar.bz2 file contains source code that needs to be compiled to binaries before you can use it. Since you are using Windows, why not download the binary packages provided by PHP? From th …
answered Oct 19 '13 by Lekensteyn
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Put on a security camera next to your server if you want to see who's accessing you physical server. Just to know that someone is sending packets to your server, you can set up IP Tables: sudo …
answered May 21 '11 by Lekensteyn