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Help with directory ownership/permissions for apache

I've been using Ubuntu Linux for a couple years now but I still have trouble with permissions. I need to setup my web server for production. The root web directory should always be accessible by ...
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Restricting web application access to selected machines

I want to host a web based OpenERP application in a VPS Ubuntu 12.04 OS application. Can I restrict the application access to only assigned machines? In other words, I have 2 offices, and I need to ...
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How to “listen” to nginx writes to a file socket

I'm trying to get uwsgi and nginx to play nice. After moving to "file sockets" (hopefully I'm using the right terminology here) from TCP sockets, the only thing I get from uwsgi is a 400 with no ...
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How to properly setup user/groups/permissions for a web server?

I spent all day figuring this out, but without success, so hopefully I can get some help here: I have Ubuntu 13.10 VPS server with nginx, PHP 5 and MariaDB installed. I created custom system user ...
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Connecting to localhost via system IP address

I am using Linux Mint 15, and I am running a Ruby web server(Thin) on port 3000. I can connect from my machine via localhost:3000, but the moment I type in the system IP address (eg. ...
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Capacities on Load-balancer & Web Servers? Bandwidth + Performance

I'm on DigitalOcean and I have a very simple scenario for my website. Now having 3000 concurrent hits every minutes. (For example) Currently it is directly on 1 only single Apache Server. The ...
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Network issue - only one machine can't access webpage on another machine

I'm trying to figure out why my MacBook is unable to reach the web page served by my Raspberry Pi while other computers on my local network (or on external networks) have no problems seeing the web ...
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configure web server in RHEL

I have installed Request tracker in my RHEL 5.6 system. The RT installation succeeded and I have also installed apache web server, mysql, phpmyadmin that is required for running the request tracker ...
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set up a proxy in nginx

I'm using amazon cloud. I have configured LB with SSL certificates and LB's port 443 is pointing to 80 to the instance. Nginx is running on instance on port 80. I have configured nginx like if some ...
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Running Apache with Tomcat

I was wondering if it's possible to run a Tomcat server within Apache whilst also running PHP servers under other virtual host instances? And if so, how is this done? Basically, I'm trying to run an ...
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LAMP WordPress site returning 404s

CentOS 6.4 64-bit Apache 2.4.6 PHP-FPM 5.5.4 Homepage from root loads fine http://csillamvilag.com But all other pages return 404 (CMS is WordPress). I am also able to access and log into WordPress ...
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How to copy a public key to your server

I was trying to figure out how to add a new SSH key to my amazon server - I found this question and answer How do you copy the public key to a ssh-server? However I am so new to Linux/Unix and I ...
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Linux fedora - httpd package and router, how to make it work?

I installed HTTPD package to setup private web server in my house on one of the computers. The server is up and running, but I can't access the server from outside by using my external IP address. I ...
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How can I improve nscd's cache hit rate?

My Goal: Let nscd maintain a fairly large DNS cache in excess memory since I have it available. Description: I have a webserver that has a broadly dispersed but high-repeat user base. It has plenty ...
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How to grep top most frequent error messages in a unix logfile

If I have a file example apache log file How to extract the top most frequent error messages in a unix log file with no timestamps the key is most frequent error message should come on top of the ...
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Linux Distrib with build in Web filter solution

Is there any distribution with a built in solution for web content filtering for my network?
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New Server: What things to take care of when setting up a webserver to host multiple websites?

I am setting up my first webserver. On this machine, I want to run a couple of websites. Let xyz.com and abc.com and they will not be on seperate virtual machines. I have a few queries: What should ...
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Real-World Use of TCP_DEFER_ACCEPT?

I was perusing the Apache httpd manual online and came across a directive for enabling this. Found a description in the man page for tcp: TCP_DEFER_ACCEPT (since Linux 2.4) Allow a ...
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New webserver: What all user accounts should I create and permissions to provide for

This is a followup on my question here. I am setting up the first webserver and am fumbling with what user accounts to create and permissions to provide for better security. Below is what I have. ...
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PID file not accessible after update of nginx

After I removed the version 0.7.x which was delivered by the Debian standard packages, I installed the version 1.4.1 of nginx by source. It is possible to start nginx with service nginx start and I ...
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Why does my CMS run extremely slow in my workstation (Ubuntu)

For over a year I have been struggling with the response speed on my Drupal v7.2x CMS install. Let me explain. I'm running Drupal 7.2x on an Ubuntu 12.10 (upgrade to 13.xx pending) for the purpose of ...
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Apache Request Hangs For 2 Minutes Exactly

I am experiencing some odd behavior with apache. I have requests that are hanging for exactly two minutes. The request could be one file one time, and then a completely different file another time. ...
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xampp fail to start, apache running, but apache is not installed!

I am having a strange problem. When I try to start xampp it fails with message: XAMPP: Another web server daemon is already running. When I tried to find out which server is running using ...
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Low-RAM Linux Distro Specifically for serving static sites [closed]

I'm looking for a near-zero-configuration linux distro that is designed specifically for serving static web sites and nothing else on a low-RAM machine (I'm planning on 128MB, but the option of less ...
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visit a website with multiple domains on the same server using the IP address

I've a web server hosting multiple domains, user webmin and virtualmin. How can I view the website for example www.abc.com by IP address? As I remember, something like user mode of Apache can view the ...
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mod-mono-server 4 is not working, while 2 does

I need to deploy an ASP.NET MVC4 (MVC3 at least) application on Centos 6 server. I've installed Mono 3.2.1, XSP4, mod_mono (for use with apache web server) and succesfully ran the test application ...
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How to run a shell command in a server?

I am fairly familiar with computers and web stuff but this is a bit out of my comfort zone. I have a shell script (.sh file) I want to run in a Linux server I have one site hosted (the script is a ...
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Persistent script to check if my webserver work with low budget vps?

I have a low budget vps and they constantly change a lot and my webserver is often unable to reach. Is there a shell script that is persistent and can check my webserver is running and if not make it ...
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Configure Glassfish http-listener to Port 443/ 80

I want to configure the http-listeners in Glassfish 3.1.2.2 Build 5 under Linux. I changed the settings for the http-listener-1 to the port 80 and the settings for the http-listener-2 to the port 443. ...
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Linux development server [closed]

I have an issue. I want to set up a Linux development server on my home PC so everyone who has credentials can log in from anywhere into that machine and write code. What should I do or what should I ...
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FreeBSD: Put Server Files on Its Own Partition/Slice

When installing FreeBSD v9, can I specify that a particular partition/slice have /var/www/ as a mount point?
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What's the approximate percentage of Linux servers in the world? [closed]

I did so many searches on search engines, but could not find a relevant solution. Is there any research or source that shows an approximate value for servers?
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With which user should I run web servers, redis & mongodb?

On this VPS there are three users: root, another_one, nobody. All webserver files, configs, &c. are owned by root. However, I'm in doubt for what regards running things. If I use root for the web ...
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How to install Cherokee web server on Debian Wheezy?

I'm trying to install Cherokee webserver on Debian Wheezy. All the docs and websites that I've visited suggest that apt-get install cherokee will do it, but when I do that, I see: $ apt-get install ...
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CentOS VPS - Pointing my Domain name to the VPS static IP

I am a Linux Newbie. I have a VPS with CentOS installed at my ISP and I am managing it remotely. Up to this point, I have had shared webhosting on a Linux machine at my ISP where I had CPANEL ...
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Random file accesses to server's ip

[Sat Jun 22 13:07:06 2013] [error] [client 208.80.194.26] File does not exist: ...
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nginx should not handle unicorn's request

I have a server on which I have configured Nginx and Unicorn, where Unicorn servers static pages. In my case I'm writing a rewrite rule in Nginx that, if a request comes to mydomain.com it should ...
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How would I mount a linux shared folder on another linux system?

What I'm trying to do is to share my VM development web server's /www folder, to make it more convenient to transfer the HTML, PHP and web documents I have made to test on the web server. Would I ...
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Nginx returning 502 Bad Gateway

I'm trying to set up an Nginx webserver generally following this guide but using perusio's configuration. When I try to access the site, I get a 502 Bad Gateway page. Searching on the error I've seen ...
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IP Address inaccesible

My Linux machine is inaccessible by the IP address, as in only http://127.0.0.1:8080/projectname or localhost works on the browser, but http://10.1.5.5:8080/projectname doess not (here ...
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Disadvantages to having www-data able to log in

I run a tiny web server basically just for hosting small data projects and files. This server has a public IP address. I would like to be able to FTP in and upload files directly to /var/www/*, and ...
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Does fail2ban offer any additional protection to SSH if password login is already turned off?

I’m setting up a Debian VPS on Linode to use as a public web server, and I’m following their security suggestions. The last suggestion they make is to install fail2ban, to avoid dictionary attacks on ...
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HAProxy should not forward an incoming request to down instance

In my scenario, I have 2 servers, both are communicating with HAProxy. When a request comes in, HAProxy splits the request and sends it to both servers, following a round robin method. If in any case ...
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Use an existing wampserver from a windows partition on linux mint

I dual boot Windows 7 and Linux Mint 14. I have wampserver installed on Win 7 and have a couple of websites already set up there. Is it possible to use that same installation apache/mysql/php ...
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Creating a Safe Web Server

Web server hosts multiple websites. Multiple users update each website. User home directory /home/user1 /home/user2 Web directory /var/www/site1 /var/www/site2 Each user uses SFTP to upload ...
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Get transmission web interface working with web server

I have my working on default port and I want to be able to use the web interface with an URL like http://my.domain/torrents. I tried adding a location and a proxy conf to Nginx but it fail to work ...
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Problem setting up DVWA in Wheezy 64 bits

I'm trying to get running Damn Vulnerable Web Application in a virtual machine with Wheezy. The easy way if it was 32 bits is install XAMPP and copy the dvwa to htdocs. However I'm using 64 bits and I ...
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How do you write test cases for a web server that uses posix sockets? [closed]

I know how to test it experimentally by running the program, but ideally I would like to test each function I write as I write it. Usually I can't test my functions until I write a whole bunch of ...
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Moving a root directory to a separate partition

I'd like to create a new partition and move the contents of the /var directory to it for the security reason of having /var/www and other subdirectories "mounted" with nosuid, noexec, and nodev ...
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Openstack for home cloud hosting

I am experimenting with a couple of technologies that I soon may have to use at work. So for now, I was thinking about duplicating the environment which I may have to create for my office at home so ...