Apache Tip #2: Use Configtest to Try Configurations Before Using

The Apache configuration file is deceptively simple. It is just a plain text file filled with mostly plain words. It does not require a registry, hex editing, or any other form of complex configuration. Still, with one misstep, one typo, or one incorrectly placed directive, you can bring your web server to its knees.
Rather than […]

File and Directory Removal on a Linux Server

Most of us are accustomed to the comforts of a desktop operating system. Deleting files usually involves clicking on their icons and pressing the delete key or dragging them to the trash. Regardless of which OS you use, you probably rarely drop to the command line to do your deleting.
For a Unix or Linux server […]