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Tips & Tricks : Installing PHP Xdebug on openSUSE from existing repo

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While using PhpStorm I tried to use remote PHP interpreter on my dev virtual machine. As I’m big openSUSE fan and user I have openSUSE Leap 42.1 as my development machine. Unfortunately there is no Xdebug for PHP distributed by default.

However, there is repository available, so it’s easy to add this missing component to my system.

Here is how…

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Tips & Tricks : Migrating Mozilla Thunderbird settings between computers

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If you have to move Mozilla Thunderbird data from one computer to another, you can do it by simply copying files between computer.

Folder with Thunderbird profiles is located here:

%APPDATA%\Thunderbird\Profiles\

There will be at least one or more sub-folders with profile data.

What you need to copy is content of Thunderbird profile you want to migrate to new computer.

On destination computer install Thunderbird and in same folder there will be sub-folder with default profile.

Copy all file from source profile to destination and that’s it.

In case you want to create Thunderbird profile in different folder start Thunderbird with following command:

thunderbird -p

That will allow you to define location of the new profile.

How that helps with migrating Thunderbird between folders/drives or computers.

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Tips & Tricks : Introduction to Laravel : Free coding tools

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In previous articles:

we created and published web project.

Now it’s time to try to do some development and modify out-of-the-box project to create our own application.

Question is what tools should we use to start code development.

You might want to have a look at two available for free:

Sublime Text

Download from: http://www.sublimetext.com

Sublime Text

Visual Studio Code

Download from: http://code.visualstudio.com

Visual Studio Code


Both apps can highlight syntax for PHP-based code, so both can be used for development purposes with Laravel web application.

Check them and decide which one will be better fit for you.

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How-to : Introduction to Laravel : Publish Laravel Framework project on Apache 2.4

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In previous article “How-to : Introduction to Laravel : Create a Laravel Framework project on openSUSE Leap 42.1” we’ve created Laravel project called demo-project.

However, this project is not available on web server, so we can’t open it in web browser and see it’s content.

Let’s configure Apache server to serve our demo-project.

In this article we will:

  • Place project files in appropriate folder
  • Adjust files ownership for proper publishing
  • Create configuration for Apache, so our content will be available

Let’s get to work…

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How-to : Introduction to Laravel : Create a Laravel Framework project on openSUSE Leap 42.1

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It’s a simple step-by-step tutorial, how to setup Laravel project on openSUSE 42.1.

First some requirements to be able to proceed with all steps:

  • openSUSE server (I have it as virtual machine with openSUSE LEap 42.1)
  • Apache web server install on openSUSE (# zypper install apache2)
  • PHP >= 5.5.9 (# zypper install php5)
  • OpenSSL PHP Extension (# zypper install php5-openssl)
  • PDO PHP Extension (# zypper install php5-pdo)
  • Mbstring PHP Extension (# zypper install php5 mbstring)
  • Tokenizer PHP Extension (# zypper install php5-tokenizer)
  • Phar PHP Extension (# zypper install php5-phar)

Once all above are installed we can install composer.phar and then Laravel Framework

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