Installed fresh Ubuntu Server 12.04 and Zend Server Community Edition 5.6.0. Unfortunately I can't deploy my CMS Joomla 2.5.7 based websites due to file permissions error(CHOD 755)during Joomla installation/Joomla extensions installation (files unwriteable) so I'm assuming that's because cgi-fcgi is not shipped with Zend Server for Linux (only for Windows where it's working OK).
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I'm trying to find a scalable way to run my Joomla installation with Amazon Web Services. I was very excited with the announcement of DynamoDB, but I'm not sure about the challenges to run Joomla on a NoSQL database.
I am using Joomla 1.5 and I am already aware of some of the difficulties associated with creating Joomla accounts from third party domains and scripts and authenticating with Joomla (logging in) from a third party domain / script.
My understanding is that the difficulty lies in the usage of a secret key to salt the MD5 hashed password for added security, and that this key resides in the configura