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Linux

  • Web Development
    Securing Your Server LoginGoogle auth app
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    Here's our guide to a handful of common approaches to securing access to your Linux-based web and application server. You'll learn about adding two-factor authentication, changing your SSH port, activating a firewall and more.Read More…
  • Linux
    New Course: Linux Web Developer SetupLinux setup for developers
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    If you've ever wanted to get started developing with Linux, this is the course for you. Get acquainted with the Linux system, understand its mechanics, and learn how you can set up an environment that supports your development. We'll explore some of the tools you need for development with popular languages like Ruby, JavaScript, and PHP.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Best Practices When Working With Sensitive Data: Securing Your ServerSecure wide retina preview
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    Learn best practices for securing your web application's server. We'll discuss choosing server providers, what to do with disk failures, password security, OS specific security tips and much more.Read More…
  • Web Development
    The Linux FirewallLinux firewall 400
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    There are several firewall applications for Linux, but what you may not realize is that, at the heart of all these programs is a single all-mighty application that is built right into the Linux Kernel: iptables. This is the Linux firewall. No matter which program you use to configure your firewall under Linux, it ultimately all comes down to iptables. All that these other programs do is configure it. So, here comes the question: if those programs simply configure iptables, why not simply configure it directly yourself? Doing so is easier than you might think!Read More…
  • Books
    Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & ApacheWebserver
    Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache - Free 191 Page Preview Learn about everything you'll need to build and maintain your Linux servers, and to deploy Web applications to them. Whether you're planning on running Linux at home, or on a leased Web Server, this book will walk you step-by-step through all of the common administration tasks, from managing traffic reporting to log-file rotation. This guide even includes step-by-step instructions on installing Linux (Fedora 4), Apache 2.0, PHP 5 and MySQL 4.1 on a home or office development server, so you can test all of your applications before rolling them out. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Enhancing Your Ubuntu Server200x200
    A few weeks ago, I showed you how to setup your very own linux server. Now, I'm going to show you how to add even more functionality. Read More…
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