Posts Tagged: mysql

Serving self-hosted Invoice Ninja with Caddy

Invoice Ninja is an open-source platform which helps you take care of clients, invoices, payments, expenses, time-tracking, and more… In this guide I explain how you can run Invoice Ninja on your own server with Caddy and PHP-FPM. Prerequisites MySQL Server up and running PHP-FPM up and running I assume that you have already setup… Read more »

Serving ownCloud with Caddy

In this post, I’ll walk you through how to set up ownCloud with Caddy for a secure, personal cloud service. I wrote this guide while configuring on Ubuntu 14. ownCloud A quick introduction to ownCloud for those who never heard about it (as found on Wikipedia): OwnCloud (stylized ownCloud) is a suite of client-server software… Read more »

Installing MAMP (Mac OS X Apache MariaDB PHP) using MacPorts

Update: I updated the blogpost for PHP 7 instead of PHP 5. If you want to update your current PHP 5 installation to a PHP 7 installation, see this blogpost: Migrating/updating from PHP 5 to PHP 7 on OS X (MacPorts). MacPorts is a BSD ports like package management system for OS X. The MacPorts Project is… Read more »