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fuxs 15th January 2010 16:44

help aquierd
 
well i'm Niels i'm from holland so dont mind the horrible english.
what i need to do is put a server online.

I'm an intermediate computer user and i have all the normal knowledge abouth a computer.(for the most Windows) but i'm a fast learner. :)
and i'm crackin my head for a few months over ubuntu server.
but my knowledge just isn't at the level that it suppused to be needed.
so if anyone has the urge to assist me during the installation you're welcome.

I'll give u a quick review of my plans...

my primary goal is running a website with a database of movie's sound's and art work. i found and created multiple ordinary things who urgently needed to be exposed.

i know that i need to use Apache, MySQL and PHP
and i only want to use the necesarry substance.
further i realy dont have a clue what to do

PLEASE HELP, Namaste

falko 16th January 2010 15:27

http://www.howtoforge.com/installing...untu-9.10-lamp

fuxs 23rd January 2010 16:35

ty..
 
wow that was a good tutorial.. ty..

now they told me that i need to setup an ftp server...

falko 24th January 2010 03:07

http://www.howtoforge.com/virtual-ho...ql-ubuntu-9.04
http://www.howtoforge.com/virtual-ho...on-ubuntu-9.04

fuxs 25th January 2010 13:39

hmm
 
Then we create an ftp group (ftpgroup) and user (ftpuser) that all our virtual users will be mapped to. Replace the group- and userid 2001 with a number that is free on your system:

so i change this
groupadd -g 2001 ftpgroup
useradd -u 2001 -s /bin/false -d /bin/null -c "pureftpd user" -g ftpgroup ftpuser

To This
groupadd -g 2002 ftpgroup
useradd -u 2002 -s /bin/false -d /bin/null -c friso -g ftpgroup ftpuser

or how should i change it...

Flash 26th January 2010 11:00

This looks alright, but what is 'friso' doing in the comment (-c)


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