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The Perfect Setup - CentOS 4.4 (32-bit)
This is a detailed description about how to set up a CentOS 4.4 based server that offers all services needed by ISPs and hosters (web server (SSL-capable), mail server (with SMTP-AUTH and TLS!), DNS server, FTP server, MySQL server, POP3/IMAP, Quota, Firewall, etc.). This tutorial is written for the 32-bit version of CentOS 4.4, but should apply to the 64-bit version with very little modifications as well.
Drupal CMS On An ISPConfig Server Within 10 Easy Steps
Drupal is a nice CMS, which is easy to use but it requires some special server settings. I wrote this “how to” for those who want to run this CMS on their ISPConfig server. Probably you can setup Drupal in different ways but I prefer the way descibed here.
Joomla CMS On An ISPConfig Server Within 10 Easy Steps
With this “how to”, I guide you to setup Joomla CMS on your ISPConfig server. Probably you can setup Joomla in different ways but I prefer the way descibed here.
Integrate Thunderbird with Active Directory
To integrate Thunderbird to the AD, you must already have installed and configured Kerberos and Samba so that you can use the net ads to obtain the information you need. There are a lot of documentation out there to get to that point. I will just highlight the main points for the sake of completeness.
Squirrelmail On Your ISPConfig Server Within 10 Easy Steps
This how to will help you to setup Squirrelmail on your ISPConfig server. My how to is only a basic setup for Squirrelmail. With this how to, you can run Squirrelmail in the webspace of your choice and it will run on port 80. It is a nice alternative for the Squirrelmail package which you can download at http://www.ispconfig and which will run on port 81 after installing it.
MySQL Backup And Recovery With mysql-zrm On Debian Sarge
This guide describes how to back up and recover your MySQL databases with mysql-zrm on a Debian Sarge system. mysql-zrm is short for Zmanda Recovery Manager for MySQL, it is a new tool that lets you create full logical or raw backups of your databases (regardless of your storage engine and MySQL configuration), generate reports about the backups, verify the integrity of the backups, and recover your databases. It can also send email notifcations about the backup status, and you can implement multiple backup policies (based on your applications and based on time (e.g. daily, weekly, etc.)).
RoundCube Webmail On Your ISPConfig Server Within 10 Easy Steps
There are a nice RoundCube packages available for ISPConfig at http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads.htmThe RoundCube package of your choice can be installed with the ISPConfig update Manager. However, if you prefer to setup RoundCube on your ISPConfig server in the webspace of your choice running on port 80, you can use this “How to” as an alternative.
[Debian-Sarge] Tunneling NFS over SSH
The goal of this howto is building a NFS server that works on a SSH tunnel. This way all traffic between your hosts and the file server is encrypted and thus more secure. Normally you should enter a password every time you try to establish a SSH connection but since we could be mounting at bootup we will use ssh-keygen to create a keypair so we can login without entering a password. We will, however, limit that login session to executing just one command.
TYPO3 Enterprise CMS On An ISPConfig Server Within 10 Easy Steps
TYPO3 is an advanced Enterprise class CMS. I wrote this “how to” for those who want to run this CMS on their ISPConfig server. Probably you can setup TYPO3 in different ways but I prefer the way descibed here.
How To Set Up A DHCP Server For Your LAN
This tutorial describes how to set up a DHCP server (ISC-DHCP) for your local network. DHCP is short for "Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol", it's a protocol that handles the assignment of IP addresses, subnet masks, default routers, and other IP parameters to client PCs that don't have a static IP address. Such computers try to find a DHCP server in their local network which in turn assigns them an IP address, gateway, etc. so that they can connect to the internet or other computers from the local network.