Category Archives: Linux Hosting

Linux Hosting

Linux File System Series And Development – Ext2, Ext3 And Ext4

In Linux, ext stands for extended file system, first such type of file system, was implemented in April 1992 as  created specifically for the Linux kernel. This system is based on ‘metadata’ – very similar to traditional Unix File System (UFS). The development series of this file system was started from ext2 and today it… Read More »

Linux Web Hosting with cPanel Control Panel

Linux as a platform for web hosting has proven to be the most popular choice for businesses and individuals because the open source licensing of the operating system means that you won’t incur any charges when using the OS in any commercial sense; in web hosting this is passed on to consumers through the means… Read More »

cPanel Cloud Hosting

cPanel is the leading Linux web hosting control panel, providing end-users with an intutivie and easy to use GUI that will allow them to manage their own web hosting accounts; WHM accompanies cPanel and allows resellers and system administrators to control their servers and accounts effectively. When combining cPanel hosting with a powerful cloud environment,… Read More »

How To Install Apache2?

Apache2 has growing demand among Linux Hosting consumers. For installing Apache2 you need to enter the following command at a terminal prompt. sudo apt-get install apache2 Further more you need to place directives in plain text configuration files, these directives are separated between the following shown files and directories apache2.conf: This is the main Apache2… Read More »

Is Your ‘LAMP’ Secure Enough?

As Security is one of the most important concerns in the internet world for webmasters, they should always keep their security system arrangements up to the mark, because hackers are always searching for new possible techniques to control your website and misuse it for their motive. Security measures can be classified in many categories, but… Read More »