Originally released in 1991, Linux is becoming an increasingly popular choice for use as the operating system of the computer or laptop back home. More and more home users are finding this solid alternative to Windows or Mac OS X. While Linux is now appearing in users’ homes, it is a solution used in the… Read More »
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 »
Below mentioned are the steps to perform a traceroute check on the different operating systems : Windows : You need to open the Start Menu Then click on Run Type cmd and then press enter In the command prompt displayed you need to type tracert mydomain.com and then press enter The above steps will provide… Read More »
Anyone is the world will not want their things to be kept insecure. If we say about the web applications, they are insecure too. If we spent time, money and efforts creating a web application why not a further step in protecting them. In the case of web application if you don’t secure it anybody… Read More »
Linux Web Hosting itself explains that it is hosting of websites on the popular and most powerful server ie. Linux server. High quality web applications i.e. Linux Apache MySQL and PHP (LAMP) are used in Linux web hosting solutions. Linux is registered under GNU General Public License hence it is an open source software, therefore… Read More »
Some people are yet confused and aren’t sure about the Operating System (OS) to be installed on their servers. Let me clear that doubt, one can have any OS on a server, irrespective of the one they have on their local computing machine. It makes no difference if one has Windows on the local machine and wishes to have Linux OS on the server.