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Installation Prerequisites for Rackspace Private Cloud 2.0

instance, you must have a pool of addresses to choose from. Your network security team must provision an ...

Rackspace Private Cloud Software v 3.0 Release Notes

OpenCenter behind a firewall, as it is not considered secure at this time. High Availability Rackspace ...

Getting Started With Cloud Sites, 3-3 - Rackspace Nameservers and Creating Custom Nameservers

"transfer lock" or a similar service as a security measure to prevent unauthorized transfer of your ...

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A Guide to Web Terminology

a byte. Certificate Authority - Issuer of online security certificates that shows if a web site is ...

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CentOS - Installing Lighttpd

of choice has made the majority of your search easy by the use of Group installs. Is it more secure ...

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CentOS - Installing nginx via yum

it solves dependency issues and you are assured of any security updates if, and when, they occur. ...

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General Package Installation Guidelines

aptitude update Upgrade system (security/bug fixes): aptitude upgrade Upgrade system to newest release ...

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Ubuntu - Ruby on Rails

The Ubuntu Intrepid - Setup article covered securing, updating, and personalizing the installation. Now you are ready to add some working software, Ruby on Rails. Contents 1 Update 2 Process 3 Ruby 4 Rails 5 Creating an Application 6 Database 7 Postfix 8 That's it Version Update This article has ...

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Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Cloud Server Snapshot Limitations

how to create and connect to a server, configure security, and save your work - the next step is to ...

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Ubuntu Hardy - Apache Virtual Hosts

Thus preventing many of the security risks than a simple FollowSymlinks can create. .htaccess ...

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Installing MySQL Server on Ubuntu

to learn more. Good work. In the next article we'll do some basic security and stability checks ...

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Installing MySQL Server on Debian

to learn more. Good work. In the next article we'll do some basic security and stability checks ...

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CentOS - Apache Virtual Hosts

Thus preventing many of the security risks than a simple FollowSymlinks can create. .htaccess ...

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Fedora - Apache Virtual Hosts

Thus preventing many of the security risks than a simple FollowSymlinks can create. .htaccess ...

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Making SSH Shortcuts on Mac OS X

you that Safari is trying to open another application. That's a security measure. So long as you ...

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Syncing Private Cloud Swift Containers to Rackspace Cloud Files

a different geographical location. Sync to Rackspace Cloud Files Data that needs security and compliancy ...

Using dig to query nameservers

Big picture By now, you have built your server, made it secure, and uploaded content to your server. The last step in the First 48 Hour Essentials is to configure your DNS so the rest of the Internet knows where to find your site. The most commonly asked DNS question is about our name servers. Name ...

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Installing python-novaclient on Windows

"Control Panel". In the control panel go to the "System and Security" section, then choose ...

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CentOS/REL - Installing cPanel & WHM 11.24

securely use the following URL instead: https://12.34.56.78:2087/ This will bring up a login window. Type ...

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Migrating your Drupal database to Cloud Servers

like this: $db_url = 'mysqli://388448_drupal:MySecurePassword@67.23.6.28/388448_drupal'; Once ...

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