Anyone who has done a custom install of PHP on a Linux OS with SeLinux enabled, would of at some time come across this error. Here is a solution.
Twitter has recently ramped up its domain name censorship policy on its website. Here is a workaround to counter Twitter's censoring of domain links.
New PHP7 bug CVE-2019-11043 can allow even non-technical attackers to take over servers.
Here is an instructional 'how-to' on how to create a customised OpenSSL and cURL build, for use in building a legacy PHP installation.
When trying to install a FPM instance of PHP 5.6 on my Fedora 29 server, I was initially stuck with the dreaded 'Segmentation Fault' error. However after some investigative work, I came across what is perhaps the crux to the problem.