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Shared Server
How to setup a shared server?
henry0

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Msg#: 531 posted 1:16 pm on Apr 19, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hello
I develop (using PHP and MySQL) from my home office using a dual set of machines for testing sites.
One runs only RH 8.0
The other runs in a dual boot environment RH 9.0 and XP pro

For practice purposes I am looking to teach myself how to setup a shared server
That should host (for experiment purpose again!)
say a given number of sites using their DN (Not IP based)
I am mostly interested in testing scripts PHP & MySQL driven
in a "safe mode: on" environment, which is most shared server setup.
I think it is quite an extensive question :)
Do you know of a place where I should look at?
Do you know of any tutorials?

Thank you

Regards

Henry

 

bartek

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Msg#: 531 posted 4:30 pm on Apr 19, 2003 (gmt 0)

[redhat.com...]

henry0

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Msg#: 531 posted 6:59 pm on Apr 19, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi Bartek
thanks
I am not looking at problems debug
but for a "How to"

Fischerlaender

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Msg#: 531 posted 9:22 pm on Apr 19, 2003 (gmt 0)

Here are three kinds of tutorials:
[sdb.suse.de...]
[httpd.apache.org...]
[scriptsharks.com...]

nadsab

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Msg#: 531 posted 9:41 pm on Apr 19, 2003 (gmt 0)

I recommend two books, they are the best that I know of for setting up any red hat/apache server and I looked for months. Written by the best in the business.

1.) Red Hat Linux 8 Server, by Kabir

2.) Professional Apache or Professional Apache 2 by Wainwright. A wrox book.

3.) this or another Linux forum or mail list.

Everything you need to know about setting up a server and then some are in there, except advanced security topics and custom RPM's. Both on Amazon for 35 bucks each. They never leave my desk.

Good luck.

henry0

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Msg#: 531 posted 9:44 pm on Apr 19, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thank you very much for links and books

I discovered this forum earlier today but I know already that I will frequently visit.

Henry

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