Web Servers

How to Install & Setup a Mumble Server {Murmur} on Linux CentOS 7

January 14, 2019

Growing demands for extreme compute power lead to the unavoidable presence of bare metal servers in today’s IT industry. Their goal is to handle the most intensive workloads by providing extreme processing power to a single tenant. No shared resources and immense scalability options position bare metal servers as a smart choice for growing infrastructures.

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How to Set up & Use NGINX as a Reverse Proxy

January 8, 2019

Nginx (pronounced “Engine X”) is a reverse proxy application. A standard proxy server works on behalf of clients, often by providing privacy or filtering content. A reverse proxy works on behalf of a server, intercepting traffic and routing it to a separate server.

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How to View Apache Access & Error Logs

January 7, 2019

Apache is part of the LAMP stack of software for Linux (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP). Apache is responsible for serving web pages to people looking at your website.

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How to Install and Secure phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu

December 5, 2018

The phpMyAdmin tool is a free application for managing a MySQL server. Many users work with Ubuntu Linux because it’s more user-friendly than other Linux distributions. Installing phpMyAdmin is helpful for Ubuntu users, by managing MySQL databases through a user-friendly interface, instead of entering commands into the terminal.

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How To Prevent Brute Force Attacks With 8 Easy Tactics

December 3, 2018

A brute force attack is among the most straightforward and least sophisticated hacking method. As the name implies, brute force attacks are far from subtle. The theory behind such an attack is that if you take an infinite number of attempts to guess a password, you are bound to be right eventually.

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How to Restart Windows Server 2016 - Reboot Commands

October 22, 2018

When a computer runs for a long period of time, applications and operating system features can become unstable. An unstable operating system might have application crashes, hanging applications, or memory leaks. Sometimes even basic system functions become unresponsive.

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How to Restart or Reboot Linux Server from the Command Line

There's a reason that tech support asks you if you've rebooted your Linux server.  It's cliched but true - restarting a server solves a wide variety of issues.

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How to Install phpMyAdmin on CentOS 7

This guide is for users who have already configured a CentOS server and installed the Apache HTTP services, MySQL database management system, and the PHP programming language.

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How to Update Linux Kernel In Ubuntu

The Linux kernel is like the central core of the operating system.  It works as sort of a mediator, providing an interface between software applications and the computer hardware.

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How to Install and Configure Nginx on CentOS 7

September 26, 2018

If you are new to the hosting business and just acquired your first self-managed server, it might be challenging to decide on a web daemon. Apache is currently the most popular choice. However, NGINX has undoubtedly found its place in the hosting industry.

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