debian


Web Servers

This article provides instructions for installing a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack on your server. Linux (Ubuntu or Debian) is your operating system, and Apache is your web daemon, which serves information that is stored...
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Apache

What is mod_status?
While you can get information on the connections being made to apache by checking the access log, if you want more immediate information about what apache is up to you can enable mod_status. This module allows...
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What is mod_status?
While you can get information on the connections being made to apache by checking its access log, if you want more immediate information about what apache is up to you can enable mod_status. This module allows...
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The End…
Now that you have gone through the whole guide and you have installed and created all of the files needed for your installation, you will need to restart NGINX and PHP-FPM. After you restart both services it will be up...
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The steps in this article guide you through adding pool information to the PHP-FPM setup that you previously completed.
When you entered the command to install PHP-FPM, the system created a default configuration for PHP-FPM. This...
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Well now that we have installing NGINX out of the way, we can proceed to setting up NGINX and PHP-FPM to work on your system.
If you are coming from the world of Apache, NGINX will look like Chinese to you. Though you will see...
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You've gotten your system ready to install PHP-FPM.
Now this is the most complicated and quite possibly the hardest piece to the setup.
Here is the overwhelming and complicated command set that you will need to enter in order to...
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Now that you've read the preface and know what you're getting yourself into, It is time to get your system ready to install NGINX and PHP-FPM.
You can get the source from NGINX and/or add the NGINX repositories to your system....
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Preface
To preface this article, let me say that this is the exact stack that I have set up and am running on a Rackspace Cloud Server, so I know that it is portable and will work on a multitude of different environments. I have...
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In The Beginning
This is a guide on Installing NGINX and PHP-FPM, while running on UNIX File Sockets for your Debian based system.
If this statement is making you wonder why you are here, you are either:
A- Intrigued
B- Google...
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Uncategorized

Keeping your system’s date and time accurate is easy to do using NTP.
Having an accurate clock on your server ensures that time stamps in emails sent from your machine are correct. An accurate clock is especially helpful when you...
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Ubuntu uses a different Apache layout than you may have encountered if you have used Apache with non-Debian based Operating Systems.
The differences are not huge and, indeed, help in configuring and deploying websites.


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Ubuntu/Debian Linux

The End…
Now that you have gone through the whole guide and you have installed and created all of the files needed for your installation, you will need to restart NGINX and PHP-FPM. After you restart both services it will be up...
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The steps in this article guide you through adding pool information to the PHP-FPM setup that you previously completed.
When you entered the command to install PHP-FPM, the system created a default configuration for PHP-FPM. This...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers
Well now that we have installing NGINX out of the way, we can proceed to setting up NGINX and PHP-FPM to work on your system.
If you are coming from the world of Apache, NGINX will look like Chinese to you. Though you will see...
3 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
You've gotten your system ready to install PHP-FPM.
Now this is the most complicated and quite possibly the hardest piece to the setup.
Here is the overwhelming and complicated command set that you will need to enter in order to...
6 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
Now that you've read the preface and know what you're getting yourself into, It is time to get your system ready to install NGINX and PHP-FPM.
You can get the source from NGINX and/or add the NGINX repositories to your system....
3 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
Preface
To preface this article, let me say that this is the exact stack that I have set up and am running on a Rackspace Cloud Server, so I know that it is portable and will work on a multitude of different environments. I have...
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In The Beginning
This is a guide on Installing NGINX and PHP-FPM, while running on UNIX File Sockets for your Debian based system.
If this statement is making you wonder why you are here, you are either:
A- Intrigued
B- Google...
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These articles will take you from a 'barebones' Debian Lenny Cloud Server to a secured and up to date Cloud Server ready for your server software (or whatever you use the Cloud Server for).
This article for the most part will be...
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Nginx

The End…
Now that you have gone through the whole guide and you have installed and created all of the files needed for your installation, you will need to restart NGINX and PHP-FPM. After you restart both services it will be up...
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The steps in this article guide you through adding pool information to the PHP-FPM setup that you previously completed.
When you entered the command to install PHP-FPM, the system created a default configuration for PHP-FPM. This...
6 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
Well now that we have installing NGINX out of the way, we can proceed to setting up NGINX and PHP-FPM to work on your system.
If you are coming from the world of Apache, NGINX will look like Chinese to you. Though you will see...
3 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
You've gotten your system ready to install PHP-FPM.
Now this is the most complicated and quite possibly the hardest piece to the setup.
Here is the overwhelming and complicated command set that you will need to enter in order to...
6 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
Now that you've read the preface and know what you're getting yourself into, It is time to get your system ready to install NGINX and PHP-FPM.
You can get the source from NGINX and/or add the NGINX repositories to your system....
3 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
Preface
To preface this article, let me say that this is the exact stack that I have set up and am running on a Rackspace Cloud Server, so I know that it is portable and will work on a multitude of different environments. I have...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers
In The Beginning
This is a guide on Installing NGINX and PHP-FPM, while running on UNIX File Sockets for your Debian based system.
If this statement is making you wonder why you are here, you are either:
A- Intrigued
B- Google...
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File Transfers and File Sharing

This article will walk you through setting up a Linux user with read and write permissions for your web document root, usually the /var/www/ directory. Connecting with this user via SFTP will let you upload your website content...
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SSH

This article will walk you through setting up a Linux user with read and write permissions for your web document root, usually the /var/www/ directory. Connecting with this user via SFTP will let you upload your website content...
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Other Mail Servers

This tutorial will walk you through the process of installing the iRedMail bundled mail server to successfully send and receive e-mail.
This tutorial assumes a few things:
You have followed the Debian 5.0 setup guide
You are...
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