Linux Servers & Hosting

  • Want a Linux Home Server? There Are Several Choices

    There are a lot of reasons to run your own Linux home server. In this article series we provide an overview and how to's for the most common servers.
    By Berry van der Linden November 9, 2009 

  • Samba Server vs. NFS Server

    When sharing files, just like with anything on Linux, you have more then one option, and you should make your choice based on what you need. We'll take a look at both SAMBA Server and NFS Server in this article.
    By Berry van der Linden November 9, 2009 

  • Creating an Ubuntu VPS

    A Virtual Private Server (VPS) contains multiple software based servers on a single hardware server. Each of the virtual servers has its own operating system appears to run on its own dedicated machine. In this article we will create a VPS using...
    By Kristen Grubb October 30, 2009 


  • Creating a Linux DHCP Server

    A DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server handles the assignment of IP addresses, subnet masks and broadcast addresses to clients within the network which do not have static IP addresses. This article explains how to set up your own...
    By Kristen Grubb October 29, 2009 

  • Creating an LDAP Server on Ubuntu

    Whether you have a small home network or a large corporate network, the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) be used to manage user logins from anywhere in the network. This reduces the need for the users to have credentials on each computer...
    By Kristen Grubb October 27, 2009 

  • Linux VPS - What is it? Why You Could Need it?

    Do you have a site that gets a lot of traffic? Do you want to control what is installed on the web server where your website is installed? We explain what Linux VPS is in this article.
    By Berry van der Linden July 15, 2009 


  • Linux Hosting Round-up: What Host is the Cheapest?

    There are a lot of hosting company's out there most of which offer Linux Hosting. Some of which are very cheap. This article offers a round-up of Linux Hosting. It gives you a general idea of who is hosting on the Linux platform.
    By Berry van der Linden July 15, 2009 

  • Enable IP Forwarding in Linux

    Want to turn your Linux computer into a router or an Internet gateway? You will have to enable IP forwarding inside your Linux kernel. Follow the instructions in this guide to learn how to turn on IP forwarding in Linux
    By Pranav Thadeshwar June 22, 2009 

  • Studying for Red Hat Certification: Where to Find Free Study Material

    With Linux gaining in the marketplace, Linux certifications are becoming more important in the job market. And Red Hat's professional level certifications like RHCT and RHCE are one of the most respected in the market. We take a look at ways in which...
    By Pranav Thadeshwar April 30, 2009 

  • Accessing Windows Files From a Linux Server Using Samba

    If you're just adding a Linux server to a Windows network, you will be surprised to know that networking and file-sharing between the Linux server and the Windows network will work out-of-the-box. This is through the wonderful Samba suite of tools...
    By Pranav Thadeshwar April 29, 2009 
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