Author Archives: Austin J

Managing a Linux server is not a hard task if you have the right skills and know the methods/technologies involved. Linux systems have evolved a lot since its launch. It is becoming more and more user friendly with the arrival of Control Panels and other technologies/techniques/methods. Now, we can manage Linux servers with manageable frontend/GUI. […]

LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. These are the packages we use for hosting a website or in other words this are the basic components of a basic webserver suite. Of course, there are alternatives but these are the widely used ones. First we’ll install and configure Apache. Apache is the webserveer used […]