The term web server can refer to either the hardware (the computer) or the software (the computer application) that helps to deliver web content that can be accessed through the Internet.

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Updating PHP to Gaurd Against Mayhem Malware

How will making sure my PHP version is updated thwart the Mayhem Malware? Will updating PHP on my Ubuntu server prevent the Mayhem Malware from being able to make it onto the server, prevent it from ...
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Unable to access website hosted on virtual machine

I'm on a mac (osx 10.9.3) running CentOS7 in virtualbox. I would like to access the website hosted on the virtual machine. Browsing to the Guest IP returns webpage not available. I'm able to ping and ...
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How can I start the python SimpleHTTPServer on port 80?

I am using this command on Ubuntu but it is starting on port 8080 and I don't have another server running so I'd like it to start on port 80. I saw ways that you could set up a bash script to do ...
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Hosting my website from home

I'm looking to host a personal website from home. I have a good computer/software background but only a basic idea of how to properly host a site. The goal for the web hosting is to make the site(s) ...
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redirect web server with no-ip and port forwarding in livebox

I want my Apache web server running on a Livebox (home router appliance running Linux) to be accessible from the Internet (WAN). I installed and configured the application noip2 on my Ubuntu PC. ...
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Backup from remote server

I'm a novice so go easy. :) If it makes a difference I'm using Ubuntu/Debian machines. I want to back up our dedicated web server to a local location in-house. This is for many reasons - I know that ...
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Recommended Linux Distro for 'MMO' Server [closed]

Given its UNIX ancestry (the de facto standard for mainframes, back in the days when I first learned programming), using Linux as the OS for an experimental MMO is something of a no-brainer. That ...
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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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How do I create web pages in my home directory and have the web server serve them in my web browser?

I have recently installed the Apache web browser in my Debian Squeeze (using command tasksel and selecting [ ] Web server). Now I get it to start via sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start and then I go to my ...
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Apache serve a web page in different languages

I want to serve a web page in different languages depending on where the user comes from. Eg. www.mysite.com/fr if the user is from France and www.mysite/es if the user is from Spain. Also it would be ...
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Simple server that triggers script and responds

I need to have a very simple server running that can: Take rest call. It triggers a script when a call is made The script checks if database is running or not. If running then reply back to client ...
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nginx server config with multiple locations does not work

I have been trying to get this to work for hours now! I would like to set up a simple web server. My web files shall be in /var/www. I also want to have phpmyadmin. I created a directory ...
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Limiting access to a website based on IP address when .htaccess is not allowed

I am trying to limit access to a website to a small set of IP addresses. I am a regular user on the Mac OSX web server. My first attempt at limited access was to create an .htaccess order deny,allow ...
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Installing PCRE 32bit on RHEL 5 - resolving dependency for apache 2.4 install

I need to install Apache 2.4 32bit version on RHEL 5. I am not installing 64bit apache because the application running on the RHEL5 machine needs apache 32bit (or that's what I thinks because of the ...
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Application becomes non-responsive to requests on Raspberry Pi

I have written a Python application (using Flask, if it matters) that serves a simple website that I can use to start playback of streaming video on my Raspberry Pi (microcomputer). Essentially, the ...
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Apache server: permission and symbolic link problem

I am using CentOS(Linux 2.6.32-431.11.2.el6.x86_64). I am trying to create an Apache2.2.15 web server. Every thing configured very well. My DocumentRoot is the default location i.e. /var/www/html. I ...
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Telnet on Linux Server

I want to know if it is necessary to have telnet enabled on both sides of machines to get telnet connection. Here's the issue: I am trying to telnet some public IP on port 80 from a Linux web server ...
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Unable to telnet public ip on port 80

We are facing a communication problem between the public and our private network. We have a Linux based web server behind a firewall and an internet router. As part of some integration, our web portal ...
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Webserver-User has no Shell-Access but needs SSH-Keys or Permission change of directory?

First of all: English is NOT my mother-tongue, so please bear with me if something is not as clean as it should be. So, regarding my previous question and a possible solution I was advised to ask for ...
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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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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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How to copy files as Jenkins “post build” action if i don't have privileges to destination directory

I have the following users "architecture" : root access is disabled. admin user have access only to its home directory. Apache runs as root service (root is the only one that have access to ...
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Set up nginx to serve files from subdirectories

I am setting up a very simple file server system. I install nginx and set its root directory to /home to make it serve files from users' home directories. However, when I attempt to download files ...
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Upgrading CentOS web server

Have just taken over control of a CentOS 6.4 web server with Apache. My question is, to update the server software, is it a case of just using yum update and then yum upgrade? Server has been ...
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Why are web servers traditionally started as superuser?

Thinking about a future web server setup, it struck me that for some reason web servers usually start as root and then drop certain rights (setuid) for the worker processes. In addition there is often ...
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Is there a selinux, httpd, or PHP configuration that prevents reading mounted drives?

I'm moving a virtualized centos web server over that has an all-to-small hard drive to a new machine and I hooked up a bigger drive for hosting videos and downloads and stuff. W When I try to run a ...
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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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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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Renaming public_html for main domain to subdomain which is development website

In CPanel I created a subdomain test.mydomain.com under my main domain mydomain.com. Both domains have magento websites. The contents of mydomain.com are stored in public_html and the contents of ...
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configuration of apache on sunfire v880 runing solaris 10

I am runing SunOS 5.10 on Sunfire v880 for my project but I can't run the Apache which is already installed. I have tried svcadm enable apache but it says that apache is not a known service. How do I ...
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Apache fails to reload… Is there a log that I can look in for details?

I have a webserver that I'm working on adding a site to. After running a2ensite, I ran service apache2 reload, and got this: [FAIL] Reloading web server config: apache2 failed! Is there a log ...
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Security for a web server for multiple people?

I have an apache web server set up where multiple people have their websites hosted, mostly php based websites. The problem is, when these people upload their website files, it has read permissions ...
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Unable to access page with https

I have configured https on my server with apache2 which is in cloud. The below Listen directives are enabled in it. Listen 80 Listen 443 The port 80 is firewalled in cloud. So I used port 443 to ...
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How do I deploy Node on my domain

I have a remote dedicated Centos machine that uses cPanel and WHM. I know how to use ssh also. I just want to know how I can map my domain to node. I need to know where I put my server.js file, etc. ...
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How to redirect HTTP request to different local web servers

I have a Linux machine and some applications are running web interfaces. I'd like to create a web server, opened to the Internet, in order to access these local web interfaces (or web interface on ...
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Do I need a support contract to test my web application on solaris 10

I need to install Solaris 10 and I'm wondering if I need a support contract, on the download page it says that you need a support contract for production use, but I'm not too sure what production use ...
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My /var/www directory is full

I am using Debian 7 on VirutalBox as my virtual web server. Now, my /var/www directory is almost full. I added 27 GB of space to my VM as a new partition, formatted the partition with ext4 but my ...
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Web server seems to keep serving old images, issue with Apache & VirtualBox?

I'm asking this here because I'm pretty sure it's a Linux issue. I'm running Apache server locally on Ubuntu Server 12.10, which runs inside a virtual machine (VirtualBox) on Windows 7. The "www" ...
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Redirection to services in NAT or Bridged Network only with one subdomain

I have one subdomain (dyndns). xyz.dyndns.com (f.e.) Here my question begins: I have a server for virtualisation. On the server I have multiple VMs where different web-services are available ...
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Specific directory permission for one user using sftp

My web server structure looks like this: /Home/User/Public_Html/Website_one /Website_two /Website_three/Directory_one ...
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How to properly setup web server directory permissions

I'm lost with this, hopefully I can find some help here: I have Ubuntu 12.04 LTS webserver. For example I have user "myuser". There is a public directory which is my web root. I chowned it and all ...
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Keeping my production webserver updated

I have a production webserver (CentOS 6.5) and I just wanted to know how do I keep this updated interms of security updates and stable. For example, is it safe interms of not breaking anything on the ...
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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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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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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 ...