Articles by MaddinXx

  • Removing Signatures From Various Packages

    debian Author: MaddinXxTags: , Comments: 0

    Removing Signatures From Various Packages This tutorial shows you how to remove the Debian signature/version info from packages such as Apache, Postfix or SSH. There are various reasons to remove the signature (and therefore hide that you are using Debian/a specific version). The most important one is about security. When a hacker knows the distro you are using, he can search for well-known security issues and start an attack against them. If he doesn't know the distro in use, chances to not find any security holes are much larger.

  • Building Nginx From Source On Debian Squeeze

    nginx Author: MaddinXxTags: , , Comments: 7

    Building Nginx From Source On Debian Squeeze This tutorial describes how you can build nginx from source on Debian Squeeze. Additionally, we will include some useful 3rd-party modules like the naxsi WAF (web application firewall), SPDY etc.

  • Building PHP 5.4 From Source On Debian Squeeze

    php Author: MaddinXxTags: , , , Comments: 5

    Building PHP 5.4 From Source On Debian Squeeze This tutorial describes how you can build PHP 5.4 from source on Debian Squeeze. Later on, we will install more modules through PECL and add it as an additional PHP version to ISPConfig's dropdown. At the end you will have a fully function PHP 5.4 installation which is selectable within the ISPConfig interface and a .deb package than can be used on other server as well.

  • Userdir Access On ISPConfig 3 Server

    ispconfig Author: MaddinXxTags: , , , Comments: 6

    Userdir Access On ISPConfig3 Server This tutorial describes how you can enable userdir based access on your ISPConfig3 server running apache2. At the end, your clients will be able to access their site via http://yourdomain.tld/~clientdomain.tld

  • Virtual Multiserver Environment With Dedicated Web & MySQL, Email & DNS Servers On Debian Squeeze With ISPConfig 3

    ispconfig Author: MaddinXxTags: , , , Comments: 13

    Virtual Multiserver Environment With Dedicated Web & MySQL, Email & DNS Servers On Debian Squeeze With ISPConfig 3 This tutorial describes how you can set up a single dedicated server as a virtual multiserver environment using OpenVZ with dedicated Web & MySQL, Email and DNS servers on Debian Squeeze. Also, you will learn how to maintain all these servers. As an addition, you will learn how to install some very useful packages on all of them, how to protect them and how to monitor them. At the end you will have a fully functional virtual multiserver environment, ready for shared hosting.