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Set-up SSL encrypted connection in Postfix, Dovecot and Apache

Set-up SSL encrypted connection in Postfix, Dovecot and Apache This article is part 3 of our part 1 mailserver set-up with virtual users and domains using Postfix and Dovecot on a CentOS 6 VPS and part 2 which explains how to install and set-up the Roundcube webmail interface

The following post will show you how to set-up SSL encrypted connection to our mailserver installation.

At the end of this article you will end-up using IMAP/POP3 over SSL (IMAPs/POP3s) SMTP over SSL (SMTPs) and Roundcube Webmail over SSL (HTTPS)

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How to install WordPress Multisite on Centos VPS with Apache


Today we will guide you through the installation process of WordPress Multisite on your Centos VPS. The WordPress Multisite option became available with WordPress 3.0. This feature allows you – the website administrator – to create multiple websites without the need of installing separate WordPress instances, creating separate home directories or separate databases. Or, you can allow other users to create their own websites on your WordPress installation.

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How to set up LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP) stack on Debian Wheezy

how-to-set-up-lamp-linux-apache-mariadb-php-stack-on-debian-wheezyLAMP usually refers to a full featured stack containing the Apache web server, the popular database server MySQL and the well known web programming language – PHP, set up on a Linux Operating System.

But, as of lately we’ve seen a lot of open-source communities and some of the largest internet giants as Google switched to the use of MySQL’s open source drop-in replacement – the MariaDB database server, which is what are we going to install today instead of MySQL.

In the following step-by-step set up manual we will explain how to install a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP) stack on your Debian Wheezy VPS. Let’s begin:

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How to set-up TT-RSS (tiny-tiny RSS) on CentOS 6

how-to-install-and-configure-tt-rss-tyny-tyny-rss-on-centos-6 The following article aims to teach you how you can install and configure TT-RSS (tiny-tiny RSS) on CentOS 6.

We are using one of our blazing fast CentOS 6 virtual servers, but the procedure applies to any other CentOS 6 based machine.

What is Tiny Tiny RSS?

It is an open source, web-based news feed (RSS/Atom) reader and aggregator, designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real desktop application as possible.

Features of Tiny Tiny RSS:

  • Server-side AJAX-powered application, user only needs a web browser
  • Free software, licensed under GNU GPL
  • Supports feed aggregation / syndication,
  • Supports keyboard shortcuts
  • Supports OPML import/export
  • Supports sharing arbitrary content through tt-rss
  • Supports mobile device

and many more….

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Prevent DoS/Brute-Force attacks by installing and configuring Apache’s mod_evasive in Gentoo, Debian, CentOS, Arch Linux and Ubuntu

How to install and configure mod_evasive on ArchLinux VPS, Debian VPS, Ubuntu VPS, CentOS VPSWhat is mod_evasive?

mod_evasive is an evasive maneuvers module for Apache to provide evasive action in the event of an HTTP DoS or DDoS attack or brute force attack. It is also designed to be a detection and network management tool, and can be easily configured to talk to ipchains, firewalls, routers, etc. mod_evasive presently reports abuses via email and syslog facilities.

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How to install and configure JBoss AS with Java and Apache2 as a reverse proxy

Today we are going to show you how to setup JAVA, JBoss AS and an Apache server acting as a reverse proxy using one of our Debian Virtual Servers. We assume you have a working Apache server in place.

So, what is JBoss ?
JBoss is an open-source application server developed by RedHat based on the J2EE platform for developing and deploying enterprise Java applications, Web applications, Services, Portals and more. The J2EE allows applications to be standardized and modular allowing JAVA to handle many programming aspects when developing an application.

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How to install LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL and PHP) on CentOS 6 with phpMyAdmin and APC cache

Linux Apache MySQL and PHPIn today’s article we will cover the steps on how to install the LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL and PHP) stack on a CentOS 6 based VPS.

LAMP represents a full featured stack containing the most popular web server known as Apache, the most popular database server MySQL and the most popular open-source web programming language known as PHP.

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Install and configure SVN WebDAV server on a CentOS 6 VPS

This how-to looks at how to install and configure a SVN (subversion) WebDAV accessible repository server using Apache and a CentOS VPS. What is SVN? It is an open-source centralized version control system, which can track and store the history of files and directories in its repositories with the ability to examine the history of how the data changed and if needed to recover some older versions of the data. Continue reading