Some months ago I’ve installed a guest CentOS 6.3 in Hyper-V vers. 6.0.6002 in Windows 2008 Standard Ed, without any Linux Integration Components (i’m lazy……).
Using yum I’ve installed a LAMP, and created a php-mysql website.
It seemed to work correctly… but after some days the websites stopped to work: I got the following errors in /var/log.
Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock'
rejecting i/o to offline device
A very important group !
Okay, yes, I admit it: I didn’t know in “depth” the difference between Everyone and Authenticated Users built-in on M$ Windows groups. Here is the result of my research about this argument.
Authenticated Users encompasses all users who have logged in with a username and password.
Everyone encompasses all users who have logged in with a password as well as built-in, non-password accounts such as Guest and SERVICE, LOCAL_SERVICE, NETWORK_SERVICE.
I love very much knowledgeroot: in my office we use it daily and it is simple and rock-solid. But….. what is it ?
Simple: it is knowledgebase system where the contents are managed in a tree-like structure.
The Articles Newsflash (mod_articles_latest) module can be modified to show the creation date of your latest articles.
In the following file there is variable (Array) named $item which handles all information we want to display, like date of creation, Title etc.