Apache Friends has built a very useful tool for web developers XAMPP.
There are three XAMPP distributions: for Linux, Windows and Solaris.
XAMPP for Linux contains following components:
Apache, MySQL, PHP & PEAR, Perl, ProFTPD, phpMyAdmin, OpenSSL, GD, Freetype2, libjpeg, libpng, gdbm, zlib, expat, Sablotron, libxml, Ming, Webalizer, PDF class, ncurses, mod_perl, FreeTDS, gettext, mcrypt, mhash, Turck MMCache, SQLite and IMAP C-Client.
This easy install and configure tool helps you setup a webserver with Perl and PHP and database using graphical interface.
Howto install and use XAMPP read here.
myHours.com is one of time management solution. It allows you to track your work time, projects and task. There is a set of reports. Also you can send them by email or store on your hard drive as a file.
myHours.com has a simple but functional user interface. Hope it will be useful for you
The beginner’s guide to the Linux that runs from CD is available in PDF (3.8 MB) or OpenOffice (7.5 MB tar/gzip archive) format.
Many of you know about livejournal. It’s the internet community which unites millions people from the many countries and bases on OpenSource Software!
I’ve already written about tools which used to build that site. In my opinion, one of the best way to develop high quality applications by yourself is to study others high quality applications (I think that livejournal can be reckoned among that category). Are you ready to do that? Let’s start from livejournal.org:
- source code is available in the CVS;
- LiveJournal Server documentation;
- developer area.
As I’ve written before we’ve bought “Ford Escort”. That’s way I’ve spent some time to find Internet resources about “Ford”. I was impressed when I saw those pictures! It turned out, that it’s possible to transform this simple car into aggressive street race bolide!