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  1. How To Configure Secure Updates and Installations in WordPress on Ubuntu WordPress is the most popular CMS (content management system) used on the internet today. While many people use it because it is powerful and simple, sometimes people make a trade-off for convenience at the expense of security. This is the case in ho... Read More
  2. Installing the Cacti Server Monitor on Ubuntu 12.04 Cloud Server Cacti is a network monitoring tool that creates customized graphs of server performance. It is accessed and managed through a web front-end. Cacti can be used to log and graph multiple cloud servers from a single, unified interface. Installation ... Read More
  3. How To Install Nagios On CentOS 6 Step 1 - Install Packages on Monitoring Server rpm -Uvh rpm -Uvh yum -y install nagios nagios-plugins-all nagios-pl... Read More
  4. How To Install and Configure Django with Postgres, Nginx, and Gunicorn For convenience, I've broken this tutorial into two parts. The first part (steps 1 - 6) covers installation only. If you are a more advanced Django user who just needs help getting things installed you can stop at step 6. If you already have eve... Read More
  5. How to Setup a Multi-Protocol VPN Server Using SoftEther This article explains how to install and configure a multi-protocol VPN server using the SoftEther package. We enable and configure OpenVPN and L2TP over IPSec and SSTP VPN Servers on Linux. What is SoftEther SoftEther VPN is one of the world's... Read More
  6. How To Install cPanel on a Virtual Server Running Centos 6 cPanel is a convenient application that allows users to administer servers through a GUI interface instead of the traditional command line. Although the installation for cPanel is relatively simple, the script does take several hours to run. Notes ... Read More
  7. How To Set Up a Postfix Email Server with Dovecot: Dynamic Maildirs and LMTP PrefaceThis tutorial is based on How To Set Up a Postfix E-Mail Server with Dovecot and picks up where the first part ended. Please go through that tutorial first. In this article, we will divorce mailboxes from system accounts using dovecot&rsquo... Read More
  8. Initial Server Setup with Arch Linux The BasicsWhen you first begin to access your fresh new virtual server, there are a few early steps you should take to make it more secure. Some of the first tasks can include setting up a new user, providing them with the proper privileges, and c... Read More
  9. How To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on Arch Linux About LAMPThe LAMP stack is a group of open source software used to get web servers up and running. The acronym stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. Arch Linux uses the powerful Pacman installer which can download all of the most recent, requ... Read More
  10. How To Use Traceroute and MTR to Diagnose Network Issues IntroductionAn important part of administering servers is monitoring network connectivity. There are a few tools that are simple to use, but valuable to know. In this guide, we will discuss how to use a tool called traceroute to diagnose where a net... Read More
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