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[Solved] Publish PHP Website

Sania Naz
(@sania-naz)
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Hi,

Hi,

I have bought a PHP script and I am done till :

Files are uploaded to the server successfully, but unfortunately PUTTY got inactive and I have closed it. So how I can resume my session on PUTTY?

Now I have to

Install PHP Modules To Publish PHP Website. 

This topic was modified 7 months ago by Sania Naz
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Topic starter Posted : 17/11/2021 6:52 am
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Hasan Aboul Hasan
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Hi friend, just connect putty again, you will get back to your server.

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Posted : 17/11/2021 8:39 am
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Sania Naz
(@sania-naz)
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@admin after entering this in PUTTY

sudo systemctl restart apache2.service 

I got an error.. pls guide

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This post was modified 7 months ago by Sania Naz
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Topic starter Posted : 17/11/2021 11:01 am
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Sania Naz
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@admin hi can u plz answerr

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Topic starter Posted : 17/11/2021 2:35 pm
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Hasan Aboul Hasan
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there is a probably a problem in the apache conf file, please review the configuration

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Posted : 25/11/2021 8:29 am
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Retro Canvas
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Posted by: @sania-naz

Hi,

Hi,

I have bought a PHP script and I am done till :

Files are uploaded to the server successfully, but unfortunately PUTTY got inactive and I have closed it. So how I can resume my session on PUTTY?

Now I have to

Install PHP Modules To Publish PHP Website. 

You should try connecting to putty again and review your configuration

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Posted : 25/11/2021 8:43 am
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Retro Canvas
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You can resume your session on PUTTY by

If you want to resume a detached screen session that you left before logging out, simply re-login to the remote terminal and type "screen -r" if only one screen is open, or "screen -r pid" if multiple screen sessions are open.

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Posted : 25/11/2021 8:44 am
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Retro Canvas
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you may also try this: go to your putty settings -> Connection and set the value of "Seconds between keepalives" to 30 seconds this should solve your problem

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Posted : 25/11/2021 8:45 am
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