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Configure, Manage and Monitor “Apache Web Server” from Web Browser Using “Apache GUI” Tool

Configure, Manage and Monitor “Apache Web Server” from Web Browser Using “Apache GUI” Tool
Apache Web Server is one of the most popular HTTP server on Internet today, due to its open source nature, rich modules and features and can run on almost major platforms and operating systems. While on Windows platforms there are some build in development environments that provides a Graphical Interface to manage Apache configurations, such as WAMP or XAMPP, on Linux the entire management process must be performed entirely from Command Line, in most...
Filed in: Apache

Installing LLMP (Linux, Lighttpd, MariaDB, PHP5/PhpMyAdmin) in Ubuntu 14.04

Installing LLMP (Linux, Lighttpd, MariaDB, PHP5/PhpMyAdmin) in Ubuntu 14.04
Lighttpd is an open-source webserver for Linux machines, very fast and very small in size, it doesn’t require a lot of memory and CPU usage which makes it one of the best servers for any project that needs speed in deploying web pages. Install LLMP on Ubuntu 14.04 Lighttpd Features Support for FastCGI, SCGI, CGI interfaces. Support for using chroot. Support for mod_rewrite. Support for TLS/SSL using OpenSSL. A Very small size: 1MB. Low...
Filed in: Databases, Lighttpd

How to Create Self-Signed SSL Certificates and Keys for Apache on RHEL/CentOS 7.0

How to Create Self-Signed SSL Certificates and Keys for Apache on RHEL/CentOS 7.0
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a cryptographic protocol that allows secure data flow between a server and its clients using symmetric/asymmetric keys by using a digital certificate signed by a Certificate Authority (CA). Create SSL Certificates for Apache Requirements Basic LAMP Installation on RHEL/CentOS 7.0 This tutorial provides an approach on how to set up Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communication cryptographic protocol on Apache Web Server...
Filed in: Apache

Install and Compile “Nginx 1.6.0″ (Newest Released) from Sources in RHEL/CentOS 7.0

Install and Compile “Nginx 1.6.0″ (Newest Released) from Sources in RHEL/CentOS 7.0
Nginx is the most fast growing Webserver today on public internet facing servers due to its free open source modular model, high-performance, stability, simple configurations files, asynchronous architecture (event-driven) and low resources needed to run. Install Nginx from Sources in Linux Requirements For RHEL 7.0 Minimal Installation of RHEL 7.0 Active RedHat Subscription and Repositories on RHEL 7.0 For CentOS 7.0 Minimal Installation of...
Filed in: Nginx, Web Servers

Creating Apache Virtual Hosts with Enable/Disable Vhosts Options in RHEL/CentOS 7.0

Creating Apache Virtual Hosts with Enable/Disable Vhosts Options in RHEL/CentOS 7.0
Virtual Hosting allows Apache Weberver to serve different content based on IP Address, hostname or used port number. This guide will use a Debian like approach on enabling and managing Virtual Hosts on Red Hat Enterprise Linux/CentOS 7.0 by creating two directories on /etc/httpd/ path, which will keep all enabled and disabled website file configurations – sites-available and sites-enabled, and two types of scripts to act as commands, one that...
Filed in: Apache, CentOS, RedHat

Create Virtual Hosts, Password Protect Directories and SSL Certificates using “Nginx Web Server” in Arch Linux

Create Virtual Hosts, Password Protect Directories and SSL Certificates using “Nginx Web Server” in Arch Linux
The previous Arch Linux ‘LEMP’ article just covered basic stuff, from installing network services (Nginx, MySQL database and PhpMyAdmin) and configure minimal security required for MySQL server and PhpMyadmin. Useful Nginx configurations on Arch Linux This topic it’s strictly related to former Installation of LEMP on Arch Linux and will guide you through setting more complex configurations for LEMP stack, especially Nginx web server...
Filed in: Arch Linux, Nginx

How to Monitor Apache Web Server Load and Page Statistics

How to Monitor Apache Web Server Load and Page Statistics
As promised in our earlier tutorials of Apache Series, Today we are here with another article on the Apache HTTP web server which can make a System Administrators life much easier to handle load of Apache web server using mod_status module. What is mod_status? mod_status is an Apache module which helps to monitor web server load and current httpd connections with an HTML interface which can be accessible via a web browser. Apache’s mod_status...

25 Apache Interview Questions for Beginners and Intermediates

25 Apache Interview Questions for Beginners and Intermediates
We are very thankful to All our readers for the response we are getting for our new Linux Interview section. And now we have started section wise learning for Interview questions and continuing with the same today’s article focuses on Basic to Intermediate Apache interview Questions that will help you to prepare yourself. Apache Job Interview Questions In this section, we have covered some interesting 25 Apache Job Interview Questions along...
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