Tag: PHP

PHP 5.3.20 and 5.4.10 released and available on ServerGrove!

Yesterday the PHP development team released new versions of PHP 5.3.20 and 5.4.10. These releases fix over 15 bugs. We have updated our OS packages with these new versions. Here are instructions on how to use (or upgrade) our Ubuntu/Debian or CentOS PHP packages. Other Extensions News – Mongo: We updated the Mongo PHP extension with the new version 1.3.2. – Twig: We have […]

December 21 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category PHP
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PHP 5.3.19 and 5.4.9 released and available on ServerGrove!

Last week the PHP development team released new versions of PHP 5.3.19 and 5.4.9. These releases fix over 15 bugs. We have updated our OS packages with these new versions. Here are instructions on how to use (or upgrade) our Ubuntu/Debian or CentOS PHP packages. Mongo Extension Update We have also updated the Mongo PHP extension with the new version 1.3.0 […]

November 27 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category MongoDB, PHP
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Getting Composer to work with MAMP

I was trying to update a project using Composer when I got the following error: Composer needs the PHP setting detect_unicode to be disabled. If it is enabled, composer will fail with a message like this: The solution is simple. You have to add the following to the end of your php.ini: detect_unicode = Off […]

November 06 / 2012
Author Kim
Category PHP
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PHP 5.3.17 and 5.4.7 released and available on ServerGrove!

Last week the PHP development team released new versions of PHP 5.3.17 and 5.4.7. These releases fix over 20 bugs and contain a couple of key enhancements. We have updated our OS packages with these new versions. We have also update the APC package for PHP 5.4 that includes key bug fixes and further stabilizes PHP […]

September 19 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category PHP, VPS
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Welcome ServerGroveLocaleBundle

Internationalization is becoming a common feature for websites. As you may know, we have been adding new languages both on our website and in our VPS control panel. We sell our services to a global market, so our website needs to be welcoming to everybody. That’s why we wanted to display flags that are appropriate for each […]

July 27 / 2012
Author Kim
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