Linux Tutorials on the topic “linux”
Author: SamTzu •
Tags: linux, mysql, web server •
How To Migrate Joomla Content (Articles) Using phpMyAdmin Joomla is a very popular Content Management System (CMS). This article applies to Joomla 1.5 content (Article) migration to Joomla 1.7 using phpMyAdmin database tool.
Author: josue •
Tags: linux, other, web server •
Installing Wordpress With BitNami BitNami Wordpress Stack is a free, self-contained, easy-to-install package that bundles every piece of software (dependency) necessary to run Wordpress for development or production purposes. It includes the latest version of Wordpress and is fully configured and ready-to-run.
Author: CSch •
Tags: linux, ubuntu •
Useful Basic Terminal Commands On Linux Mint 11 This tutorial is supposed to show useful terminal commands to people who are new to Linux. Terminal commands are powerful tools if they are used correctly, but can cause great damage if you are not completely aware of what you are doing. Before using commands that are new to you, look up the manual page and make sure you have your files saved and backed up.
Author: poustchi •
Tags: linux •
How To Install Scientific Linux 6.1 Scientific Linux 6.1 is a Linux release put together by Fermilab, CERN, and various other labs and universities around the world. Its primary purpose is to reduce duplicated effort of the labs, and to have a common install base for the various experimenters. The base SL distribution is basically Enterprise Linux, recompiled from source. Their main goal for the base distribution are to have everything compatible with Enterprise, with only a few minor additions or changes. An example of of items that were added are Alpine, and OpenAFS. This tutorial shows the process of installing Scientific Linux 6.1 using the DVD based method.
Author: jfried •
Tags: linux, apache, debian, fedora, mandriva, suse, ubuntu, centos, web server •
Install Tomcat And Deploy Web Applications With Rex In this tutorial I will show you how to manage your Tomcat installations and how to deploy Webapps in a repeatable way with Rex. In this tutorial I will use Debian Squeeze, but Rex is also available for other distributions.
Author: falko •
Tags: linux •
Storing Files/Directories In Memory With tmpfs You probably know that reading from RAM is a lot of faster than reading files from the hard drive, and reduces your disk I/O. This article shows how you can store files and directories in memory instead of on the hard drive with the help of tmpfs (a file system for creating memory devices). This is ideal for file caches and other temporary data (such as PHP's session files if you are using session.save_handler = files) because the data is lost when you power down or reboot the system.
Author: falko •
Tags: desktop, linux •
How To Take A Screenshot Of Your Login Screen Normally you use a screenshot tool to take screenshots of your Linux desktop. Unfortunately, this doesn't work if you want to take a screenshot of your login prompt. This tutorial explains how you can take a screenshot of your Linux desktop login screen nevertheless.
Author: rasha •
Tags: centos, linux •
How To Install, Secure, And Automate AWStats (CentOS/RHEL) AWStats is a free and very powerful tool that generates advanced web, streaming, ftp or mail server statistics, graphically. It can analyze log files from all major server tools and convert them into nice graphical display. There are a lot of articles out there for AWStats, the reason I decided to write this one was to consolidate all the different tips and tricks I've learned through my journey into one comprehensive article associating the fantastic efforts of so many out there. There are a few methods of installing AWStats, this article will describe the simpler method of the two utilizing YUM.
Author: Sypher •
Tags: linux, security, ubuntu •
Securing OpenVPN With A One Time Password (OTP) On Ubuntu So, you got yourself a nice OpenVPN box. People need to login with their certificates but... if their laptop is stolen anyone could login. Sure, you could add password login but thats a bit outdated. The solution for this is using a OTP (one time password).
Author: nowen •
Tags: linux, security •
How To Set Up A Web-Based Enterprise Password Manager Protected By Two-Factor Authentication While it is great that more services such as Facebook and Google are offering two-factor authentication, there are still plenty of services that do not. What is the next best thing? Using a password manager and incredibly complex passwords. A password manager allows you to use different passwords at all the sites and services you visit, but it creates a 'keys-to-the-kingdom' problem. This tutorial will show you how to install the WebKeePass open-source web-based, enterprise password manager and how to protect it with two-factor authentication from WiKID Systems. Note that we have not evaluated the security of WebKeePass - this would certainly be worthwhile. Our primary selection criteria were: open-source, multi-user and allowed for external authentication, in this case via LDAP. Another option that looked promising was CorporateVault.