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How to Install Let’s Encrypt in CentOS / RHEL / Fedora / FreeBSD / OpenBSD / Ubuntu / Linux

Let's Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA) that provides Domain Validated (DV) certificates essential for SSL, which enables the HTTPS secure connection that encrypts data transfer. . The DV certificate verifies that you [...]

How to Get Linux Server Sends Email Alert on Root Login

To improve the security of the server, especially web server which exposes to the Internet and possible worldwide hackers, it's best to enable server to automatically send a notification email to predefined email address every time someone [...]

Update FreeBSD Ports Collection to Latest Version with Security Update with Portmanager and Portaudit

Portmanager is an FreeBSD utility that automates the process of upgrading and managing installed FreeBSD ports without or almost without user intervention when updating. Portmanager ensures that FreeBSD installed ports accurately reflect and update as of those [...]

Installing Web Server in FreeBSD 6.0 with Apache 2.2, MySQL 5.0 and PHP 5 – Part 5

The tutorial describes how to install Apache 2.2, MySQL 5 and PHP 5 in FreeBSD 6.0 for a reliable web server. Part 5 - Installing PHP Hypertext Preprocessor Scripting Language 5 and PHP 5 Extensions Articles in [...]

Installing Web Server in FreeBSD 6.0 with Apache 2.2, MySQL 5.0 and PHP 5 – Part 4

The tutorial describes how to install Apache 2.2, MySQL 5 and PHP 5 in FreeBSD 6.0 for a reliable web server. Part 4 - Installing Apache HTTPD Web Server 2.2 Articles in the Series Installing FreeBSD 6.0 [...]

Installing Web Server in FreeBSD 6.0 with Apache 2.2, MySQL 5.0 and PHP 5 – Part 3

The tutorial describes how to install Apache 2.2, MySQL 5 and PHP 5 in FreeBSD 6.0 for a reliable web server. Part 3 - Installing MySQL Server 5 with FreeBSD Ports Collection Articles in the Series Installing [...]

Installing Web Server in FreeBSD 6.0 with Apache 2.2, MySQL 5.0 and PHP 5 – Part 2

The tutorial describes how to install Apache 2.2, MySQL 5 and PHP 5 in FreeBSD 6.0 for a reliable web server. Part 2 - Post-Installation Configuration Tasks of FreeBSD 6.0 Articles in the Series Installing FreeBSD 6.0 [...]

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