Install mod_remoteip in Apache2

mod_remoteip

Install mod_remoteip Table of Contents Why using mod_remoteip in Apache2 How to get the real client IP Address from Cloudflare mod_remoteip mod_cloudflare How to Install mod_remoteip on Ubuntu Why Using mode_remoteip in Apache2 Mod_remoteip allows Apache2 to get the visitor IP from requests received from proxy servers and load balancers. It gives you the actual […]

Mail Server Postfix Dovecot & SpamAssassin on Ubuntu 20.04

How to Install a Mail Server on Debian/Ubuntu Using Postfix, Dovecot, and MariaDB (MySQL) Ubuntu 20.04 Table of Content How Mail Servers Work MX Record DNS Install SSL Certificate Install Postfix & Dovecot Setup MySQL database Setup UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) Configure Postfix Configure Dovecot Configure SpamAssassin This article is a detailed manual on how to […]

How to use SSHFS to mount remote File Systems

Ubuntu Linux Operating System

Table of Contents SSHFS  Howto SSHFS For Linux Debian ( Ubuntu) CentOS (RedHat) Mount Remote FileSystem Unmount Remote FileSystem SSHFS  Howto In my previous blog post I explained how to use two different types of secure data transfer between two hosts on the Internet. FTPs is an extension of the insecure FTP protocol which adds […]

Using sFTP in Linux and Windows

Using sFTP SSH File Transfer Protocol It all started with the unencripted File Transfer Protocol. It was used (and still is) for transferring unencripted data between two remote host via the Internet. In my previous post I covered the topic of using the VsFTP with the cryptographic protocol TLS (Transport Layer Security) to provide communications security over […]

FTP Over TLS/SSL aka FTPs with VsFTP / Ubuntu

FTPS Server

FTPs is also referred as FTP secure. As its name suggest, FTPs is a secured type of the file transfer protocol (FTP) with a support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) / its depreciated ancestor SSL (Secure Socket Layer) . There is a difference between FTPs with SFTP. While FTPs is a FTP over TLS/SSL, sFTP […]

Uncomplicated Firewall

uncomlicated firewall

Uncomplicated Firewall or UFW In this article I am giving the basic knowledge anybody would need to setup a packet filtering system with the Uncomplicated Firewall or UFW. Even though there are other open source firewalls, here are the two main reasons UFW is so important in Ubuntu and Debian. First, UFW is the default […]

Ubuntu Server Setup

Ubuntu Linux Operating System

Who will find the tutorial ‘Ubuntu Server Setup’ useful? Whether you are using Google Cloud Platform, Digital Ocean, AWS web solutions, or any other unmanaged VM hosting provider, the chance is, you will have to start your webserver from scratch. This tutorial would be useful for those students who are just start their journey in […]

List Add & Remove PPA Repository in Ubuntu & Debian

PPA Repository

PPA aka Personal Package Archive are repositories designed to deliver software. Apt package manager makes use of these servers; downloads and installs the software programs they contain. The Apt package manager stores its repository database in /etc/apt/sources.list file. Also it reads the files in the  /etc/apt/sources.list.d directory to get information for the available third party […]

Install MariaDB Server on Ubuntu

In the recent years MariaDB has become one of the most popular database servers. The MariaDB server is available under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2. It is created by the original developers of MySQL and is promised to stay open source. Install MariaDB on Ubuntu To install MariaDB 10.4 on Ubuntu first […]

NGINX Reverse Proxy Apache on DirectAdmin

The following article is dealing with the most common problems you can come across, if you decide to switch from Apache- only LAMP server to Apache+NGINX driven one. Nginx (pronounced engine x) has been around for more than a decade. NGINX is a HTTP and reverse proxy server. It has proved its advantages over Apache […]