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  1. How To Install Locate On CentOS Server

    Introduction This how-to will show you how to install locate on a CentOS server. This command is often the easiest and fastest way to find the location of files and directories. This is very useful when you’re working on a Linux system for which you are not well acquainted. When you install mlocate, it will install the two commands locate and updatedb. It will also install a cron job that updates the database daily. Prerequisites A server running CentOS. If you do not...
  2. What is Litespeed

    LiteSpeed Web Server is the leading high-performance, high-scalability web server from Litespeed technologies. it can be used to replace an existing Apache server without changing any other programs or operating system details, and without breaking anything, so LiteSpeed Web Server can quickly replace a major bottleneck in your existing web hosting platform. With its comprehensive range of features and easy-to-use web administration console, LiteSpeed Web Server can help you conquer the challenges of deploying an effective web hosting infrastructure. Litespeed Web Server Editions Litespeed web server has 3...
  3. How To Install A New FreeBSD 10.1 Servers

    This tutorial is part 4 of 7 in the series: Getting Started with FreeBSD 10.1 Introduction To FreeBSD 10 When setting up a new FreeBSD 10 server, there are a number of optional steps you can take to get your server into a more production-friendly state. In this guide, we will cover some of the most common examples. We will go over how to set up a simple, easy-to-configure FreeBSD 10 firewall that denies most traffic. We will also make sure that...
  4. How To Configure SSH Key-Based Authentication On A FreeBSD Server

    Introduction to SSH Key Based Authentication This tutorial is part 3 of 7 in the series: Getting Started with FreeBSD. In general SSH, or secure shell, is a network protocol that provides a secure, encrypted way to communicate with and administer your servers. As SSH is the most common way of working with a FreeBSD server, you will want to familiarize yourself with the different ways that you can authenticate and log in to your server. While there are several ways of...
  5. How To Get Started With FreeBSD 10.1

    This tutorial is part 2 of 7 in the series: Getting Started with FreeBSD FreeBSD is a secure, high performance operating system that is suitable for a variety of server roles. In this guide, we will cover some basic information about how to get started with a FreeBSD server. Step One — Log In with SSH The first step you need to take to begin configuring your FreeBSD server is to log in. On BIP media, you must provide a public SSH key when...
  6. A Comparative Introduction To FreeBSD For Linux Users

    Introduction FreeBSD is a free and open source Unix-like operating system and a popular server platform. While FreeBSD and other BSD-based systems share much in common with systems like Linux, there are points where these two families diverge in important ways. In this guide, we will briefly discuss some commonalities between FreeBSD and Linux before moving on to a more extended discussion on the important differences between them. Many of the points below can accurately be applied to the greater family of BSD-derived systems,...