Switch to use .user.ini instead of editing /etc/php.ini
Check this out: . I think it should be better to use these instead of adding changing php.ini, don't you think?
- Hm, interesting. Not sure if this would need to go in /usr/share/drupal then. Can you provide a correct procedural step for this? --pfrields 15:34, 21 June 2010 (UTC)
Use mysql_secure installation
mysqladmin -u root password $PASSWORD by
mysql_secure_installation. I think that for the first time setup it is better
Here are the previous things I modified in the case that I am wrong
mysqladmin -u root password $PASSWORD