This is a tutorial on how to install TinyWebGallery on a Linux VPS. The TinyWebGallery is an open source web gallery / photo album application. The TinyWebGallery is XML based so there is no database needed. It supports the following image formats: JPG, GIF and PNG. Files can be upload with the TWG Flash Uploader integrated into TinyWebGallery or via FTP. Some of the features included in TinyWebGallery are: full screen mode, text and image watermarks, video/audio support like avi, mov, mp3, mpg, swf, videos from Youtube and Myvideo etc. This web gallery application requires PHP version greater than 4.3 and GD library (graphics drawing library that provides tools for manipulating image data) version greater than gd-2.0.1 in order to use the complete functionality of TinyWebGallery.
There are a more reasons for using proxy, but we are going to focus on web content filtering and/or anonymous surfing. A proxy – proxy server actually represents another machine through which internet requests are processed, or simply an intermediary between my machine and the Internet. When using proxy server, my computer sends the requests to the proxy server, the requests are being processed and I am being delivered the content I was looking form.
So, let’s see few simple steps on how to install Squid, the most popular proxy server out there on your CentOS VPS. As for the next part, we will see some configuring options.
Concrete5 is a powerful open source content management system (CMS) written in PHP that allows to deploy complex content driven websites and easily manage their content and structure. Concrete5 comes with many features such as WYSIWYG text editor, integrated spellchecker, content scheduling, advanced permissions system and more.
To install and run Concrete5 on a Linux VPS with CentOS follow the very easy steps described below.
The installation instructions apply to any Linux RPM based server with LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) installed on it.
In this blog article we will show you how to install Nessus Vulnerability Scanner on a CentOS VPS. Nessus is powerful, free and easy to use proprietary security scanner. Its plug-in architecture makes Nessus to be very customizable and allows users to customize it according to their needs. Nessus database is frequently updated and it makes is very efficient. According many surveys Nessus is the most popular vulnerability scanner in the world.
In the following article we will guide you through the steps on how to install and set-up Zend Optimizer on a CentOS 6 Linux VPS.
Installing Zend OPcache will significantly boost your website’s speed and performance.
How is Zend OPcache able to speed up my website?
The Zend OPcache provides faster PHP execution through opcode caching and optimization. It improves PHP performance by storing pre-compiled script byte-code in shared memory. This eliminates the stages of reading code from disk and compiling it on future access. In addition, it applies a few byte-code optimization patterns that make code execution faster.
In this tutorial we’ll see how to install Fork CMS on a Debian 7 (Wheezy) VPS with MySQL, PHP-FPM and Nginx
Fork CMS is an open-source Content Management System written in PHP and comes with modules, themes, multi-language support, search engine optimisation and many more. Fork CMS is dedicated to creating a user friendly environment to build, monitor and update your website.
Clam AntiVirus or ClamAV is very popular and widely used, free and open source antivirus application for Unix like systems. It is designed for detecting over 750.000 viruses, trojans, worms, mobile malware and other malicious software on your server. ClamAV is especially used on email servers as server-side email scanner.
In this article we will show you how to install Selfoss on a Debian Wheezy VPS with PHP-FPM, Nginx and MySQL. Selfoss is a new multipurpose rss reader, live stream, mashup and aggregation web application. It is written in PHP and uses either SQLite, MySQL or PostgreSQL as a database. Selfoss is a project of Tobias Zeising and is licensed under GPL v3.
Plone is a popular open source enterprise grade CMS (content management system) based on the Python programming language. Plone shares many similarities with WordPress. It is very easy to use, flexible CMS built with the main purpose to design, create and manage content rich websites. Also, Plone can be used as a groupware collaboration tool or a document publishing system. Plone runs on top of the Zope web application server. This tutorial will help you install Plone 4 on a virtual server with Debian Wheezy and Nginx installed on it.