If I've upgraded PHP on my Mac, should I now avoid all OS X Updates? I'm hosting a website on a Mac mini in a datacenter, and some of my software required a newer version of PHP than what's included out-of-the-box in OS X Mountain Lion. I keep getting the notification saying system updates are ready, and restart to install. But I'm scared it's going to overwrite my PHP upgrades and break everything. And it took me an insanely long time to get the PHP upgrade to work properly and play nicely with OS X Server.
I recently got a Mac mini server hosted in a datacenter in order to host my CRM server, and now I'm wondering what other useful things I can do with it. [more inside]
I think my friend's small company might be getting ripped off. I need advice as to what is acceptable pricing for building and running a couple of websites. [more inside]
I've been using an RSS reader I host on my own server called Fever. It is awesome. What other cool things like this can I host myself? [more inside]
I'm after a self-hosted or hosted solution that provides an easy to use interface for uploading and displaying/playing back of media files of all types from my own Amazon S3 account. [more inside]
Any recommendations for billing and management software that allows me to resell hosting on a virtual dedicated server?
Any recommendations for billing and management software that allows me to resell hosting on a virtual dedicated server? [more inside]
My application requests an XML file and I need to plan how to host that file so it's always available and zippy
Please give me some input on web hosting planning for a small XML file which might get a lot of requests. [more inside]
I am looking for a software package to host a blog for our public schools. It would need to a) run on Mac OS X b) allow multiple users c) be incredibly simple for the users to use d) not cost an arm and a leg...or even an arm OR a leg...we're public, you know. [more inside]
TechFilter : Looking for online website building software for a free webhosting community. (MI) [more inside]
What are the benefits and drawbacks of hosting blogging software on a domain separate from a blog's domain?
What are the benefits and drawbacks of hosting blogging software on a domain separate from a blog's domain? The only advantage I see is that it keeps my blog's log files clear of my MovableType 3.11 installation, resulting in cleaner traffic reports. I see no disadvantages. Is it better to just make subdomain for the software installation?