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Create Your Own Web Server With BIND And Apache On CentOS 5 (Simplified)
This tutorial explains how you can run your own web server on CentOS 5 with the help of Apache and the BIND name server.
How To Set Up DHCP Failover On Centos 5.1
This tutorial will walk you through setting up DHCP fail over on CentOS 5.1 using the default ISC dhcp server, this can easily be adapted to any other Linux distro out there. You will most likely need Failover in environments where network down time can not be tolerated. My home is running a DLNA setup so I need my devices to be able to obtain network parameters at all times.
Installing MySQL Proxy On CentOS 5 (FINAL) x86_64
This tutorial explains how you can install MySQL Proxy on a CentOS 5 (x86_64) system. MySQL Proxy is a simple program that sits between your client and MySQL server(s) that can monitor, analyze or transform their communication. Its flexibility allows for unlimited uses; common ones include: load balancing; failover; query analysis; query filtering and modification; and many more.
Quick 'n' Easy LAMP Server For CentOS/RHEL
This tutorial shows a quick way of installing a LAMP server (Linux + Apache + MySQL + PHP/Perl together commonly known as LAMP Server.) on CentOS and RHEL server systems.
Setting Up PHPlist (Open-Source Newsletter Manager)
This document describes how to set up PHPlist on Fedora, CentOS, Ubuntu and Debian. This howto should also work for other distributions with little modifications. Taken from the phplist page: "phplist is an open-source newsletter manager. phplist is free to download, install and use, and is easy to integrate with any website. phplist is downloaded more than 10 000 times per month and is listed in the top open source projects for vitality score on Freshmeat."
How To Build RPM Packages In A Chroot Environment Using mach
OK, so you want to build a binary RPM package for deployment on your servers. You have a .spec file or .src.rpm that you got from one of the many repositories such as freshrpms.net or dag.wieers.com, or that you wrote yourself.
How To Set Up The Bti-Tracker BitTorrent Tracker System On Fedora/Centos/Redhat
BtiTracker is a complete PHP tracker system for BitTorrent, easy to setup and configure. It comes with full remote admin management. This guide explains how to set it up on a Fedora/CentOS/RedHat system.
Integrating XCache Into PHP5 (Fedora 8/CentOS 5.1 & Apache2)
This guide explains how to integrate XCache into PHP5 on a Fedora 8 or CentOS 5.1 system (with Apache2). From the XCache project page: "XCache is a fast, stable PHP opcode cacher that has been tested and is now running on production servers under high load." It's similar to other PHP opcode cachers, such as eAccelerator and APC.
How to add two-factor authentication to Google Apps for your Domain using open source software
Everybody loves GMail. With Google Apps for you Domain, you can use GMail with your own domain, allowing organizations to outsource their email - and the requisite anti-spam filtering to Google. Webmail is very convenient, but for frequent travellers and those who use public wifi, it can be quite dangerous. Logging in from a kiosk or shared computer is a sure way to get your username and password stolen by a keystroke logger. Using a public WiFi system can lead to a man-in-the-middle attack. In this document we will take advantage of two open source projects to add two-factor authentication to Google Apps. The first is Gheimdall, a a TurboGears project for Google Apps SSO service. Gheimdall supports PAM and LDAP authentication natively. It also includes sample code to add new authentication methods, which made it very easy to add two-factor authentication from WiKID. WiKID is a dual-source two-factor authentication solution that uses public key cryptography to strongly authenticate users.
Monitoring With Groundwork Open Source On CentOS 5.1
Nagios is (in my opinion) one of the finest availability and monitoring solutions available. The stability, extendability and cost effectiveness (it is free under the GPL), are second to none (again, my opinion). That being said, it is far from being the easiest monitoring solution to implement. The build process itself, while not being overly complicated, can be vexing to new Linux users. That doesn't even include the configuration, which sometimes still makes me cringe.