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How to Setup Standalone Apache Server with Name-Based Virtual Hosting with SSL Certificate – Part 4

How to Setup Standalone Apache Server with Name-Based Virtual Hosting with SSL Certificate – Part 4
A LFCE (short for Linux Foundation Certified Engineer​) is a trained professional who has the expertise to install, manage, and troubleshoot network services in Linux systems, and is in charge of the design, implementation and ongoing maintenance of the system architecture. In this article we will show you how to configure Apache to serve web content, and how to set up name-based virtual hosts and SSL, including a self-signed certificate. Linux...
Filed in: LFCE

Setting Up LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP and PhpMyAdmin) in Ubuntu Server 14.10

Setting Up LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP and PhpMyAdmin) in Ubuntu Server 14.10
LAMP stack (Linux, Apache,MySQL/ MariaDB, PHP and PhpMyAdmin) represents a group of Open Source software commonly used in one of the most spread service in Internet today related to Web services. Install LAMP in Ubuntu 14.10 This article will guide on how you can install LAMP stack on the last released version of Ubuntu Server (14.10). Requirements Minimal installation of Ubuntu 14.10 Server edition with SSH server. If your machine is intended...
Filed in: Ubuntu

LFCE: Installing Network Services and Configuring Automatic Startup at Boot – Part 1

LFCE: Installing Network Services and Configuring Automatic Startup at Boot – Part 1
A Linux Foundation Certified Engineer​ (LFCE)​ is prepared to install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot network services in Linux systems, and is responsible for the design and implementation of system architecture.​ Linux Foundation Certified Engineer – Part 1 Introducing The Linux Foundation Certification Program. In this 12-article series, titled Preparation for the LFCE (Linux Foundation Certified Engineer) exam, we will cover...
Filed in: LFCE

Creating Virtual Hosts, Generate SSL Certificates & Keys and Enable CGI Gateway in Gentoo Linux

Creating Virtual Hosts, Generate SSL Certificates & Keys and Enable CGI Gateway in Gentoo Linux
The last tutorial on Installing LAMP in Gentoo Linux just covered the basic installation process without additional settings available for Apache to better control your domains. Create Apache Virtual Hosts in Gentoo This tutorial is strictly connected with previous one on Gentoo LAMP and discusses extra settings for LAMP environment such as create Virtual Hosts on Apache, generate SSL Certificate files and Keys, enable secure SSL protocol on HTTP...
Filed in: Gentoo

Installing LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP/PhpMyAdmin) in Arch Linux

Installing LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP/PhpMyAdmin) in Arch Linux
Arch Linux provides a flexible cutting age system environment and is a powerful best suited solution for developing web applications on small non-critical systems due to the fact that is a complete Open Source and provides the last up to date releases on Kernels and web software for servers and databases. Install LAMP in Arch Linux This main scope of this tutorial is to guide you through a complete step by step instructions that in the end will...
Filed in: Arch Linux

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 with...

Install Apache CouchDB on RHEL/CentOS 6/5

Install Apache CouchDB on RHEL/CentOS 6/5
This is our new series on CouchDB and this howto article explains how to install CouchDB on RHEL 6.2/6.1/6/5.8 and CentOS 6.2/6.1/6/5.8 systems using Epel repository that allow you to download and install CouchDB with a single command via YUM. What is Apache CouchDB Apache CouchDB is an open source document-oriented database with NoSQL. NoSQL means, it doesn’t have any database schema, tables, rows, etc, that you will see in MySQL, PostgreSQL...
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