Occasionally, you may need to execute a command on your server at an odd time. It can be a nuisance to have to wake up at 4 in the morning to run a software update or some other mundane task. You could setup a cron job, but that is usually for recurring tasks and […]
Webmin is a web-based system administration tool for Linux and other Unix-like servers. Webmin provides a graphical interface for many of the tasks you would normally have to perform from the command line. Best of all, it is free and open source. One task you might have trouble performing from the Linux shell […]
Unix and Unix-like servers share a common permissions-based system for users and files. This allows the system administrator (root) to determine which users are allowed access to specified files and what type of access they get. Whether your server is running FreeBSD, Debian, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X or any other Unix-like […]
PHP is a versatile tool that millions of sites use to power their content management systems and user interfaces. Its flexibility and dynamic nature make it deal for the era of the Internet that has been dubbed “Web 2.0”. It is, therefore, no surprise that the highly praised LAMP (Linux+Apache+MySQL+PHP) stack includes PHP.