June 24, 2017

Web Server

How to Secure Apache With a Free SSL Certificate From StartSSL on CentOS

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Your own web server with an SSL certificate from an approved certificate authority so that the browser also does not cause any warning, that would be a good thing. But only the cost of a certificate from Verisign & Co let you forget those mind games quickly. The provider StartSSL does offer free SSL server certificates that are valid for one year after all. How great is that! In this tutorial we will show you the process of securing your Apache webserver with this free SSL certificate.

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How to Install Nginx and PHP-FPM on FreeBSD

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Using Nginx and PHP-FPM on FreeBSD is a very powerful combination. The web server and proxy Nginx is build for high concurrency environments. It delivers faster performance and also uses less memory. The FastCGI Process Manager (PHP-FPM) is an alternative PHP FastCGI implementation. PHP-FPM is useful for sites of any size, especially busier sites. By following these instructions you will combine the performance benefits of Nginx and PHP-FPM with the robustness of the FreeBSD system.

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How to set up a LAMP Server and OXID eShop on CentOS

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With this tutorial we provide you a step-by-step instructions for installing a full-featured LAMP stack and OXID eShop on a CentOS system. In the following you will be instructed on setting up Apache, MySQL, PHP and OXID eShop.

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How to Install Varnish Cache on FreeBSD

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Caching dynamic contents can heavily increase your overall website speed. Varnish is a HTTP accelerator designed for content-heavy dynamic web sites. It was designed from the ground up as a HTTP accelerator and is focused exclusively on HTTP. Varnish is distributed through the FreeBSD ports system and we recommend you use the packages provided through there. Make sure your ports tree is up to date.

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