In this article, we'll talk about managing an LMS when all institutional assignments handed in by students have to be handed in through the LMS, and what that means if you have several thousand students. This case is based on one of our customers which provides in-class English courses to about 55,000 students in a monthly cycle. The institution started working with us in 2012, so it's already been 5 years since we've started developing their custom Chamilo LMS setup.
This article can be considered an update of our first article on installing Chamilo (on a Raspberry Pi B+). This time, we are testing it with Raspberry 3, as of the 1st of April 2017 (no joke intended). Last time, we were testing with Chamilo 1.9, which is arguably less load-intensive, considering it doesn't include any Symfony component, and it doesn't require any .htaccess configuration.
Setting up Apache (or web server x)Let's assume your site is called your.site.com and you want mobile devices to see another theme. Define the m.site.co
cd /tmp sudo apt-get install php5-dev php-pear pecl bundle xhprof cd xhprof# Here you will have to apply the patch mentioned here: https://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=61674 to your extension/xhprof.c file (otherwise it won't compile