Linux Server & Hosting Discussion: Troubleshooting Tips, Tutorials & Support For Your Linux Server

The Linux operating system has for many years been used as a prominent platform for computer server architecture and hosting services, within a wide range of industries. As of 2006, eight out of ten of the most reliable online hosting companies used Linux for their web servers, so Linux is a proven platform for the secure delivery of on and offline services across networked infrastructures. Here we look at Linux server, hosting and networking, in a topic dedicated to Linux server and hosting specifications, migration, setup, roll-out, management, administration and issue resolution. These Linux server and hosting discussions, user guides and troubleshooting tips will help you maintain a stable and enriched OS platform, with resilient network performance.

Back That (Linux Machine) Up!

There’s more than one way to backup your Linux box – whether you’re happy using the dd command or would prefer a more user-friendly option, creating backups, archives and images of your data is vital for successful disaster recovery.

Setting Up a Linux Network Fax Server

You might think that faxes are a thing of the past, but many large organizations use fax server software to manage the receipt of documents faxed to them from smaller businesses and for sending their own. With Ubuntu you can create a network fax server and configure it to perform the same tasks!

How Do I Change My Ubuntu Host Name?

While it might make sense to assign the right name for your Linux box when you install the operating system, this isn’t always possible. Fortunately it is a simple task to change the hostname in the GUI or the Terminal.

Open Source Database Report Writer for Linux

This set of open source reports refers to powerful and free open source products designed to produce reports from various databases. In some cases the available tools are as powerful as their commercial counterparts and are definitely worth a look.

Reasons to Use International and Offshore Linux Hosting

International and Offshore hosting is not just something taken advantage of by criminals looking to escape legal problems in their home country. There are various reasons that adding an international or offshore server to your current hosting lineup may be advantageous to your company.

A Guide To Installing A Red Hat Linux Server Page 1

In this guide I will show you how to install Red Hat Linux, then how to turn your Red Hat Linux installation into an amazing server with just a few packages. The backbone for any server is usually LAMP – Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. This is useful for internal file sharing and organization.

Setting Up a Linux Steaming Web Server

I will go through with you how to set up your Linux server so that it streams content through the web to other computers. For this I will be using VLC Media Player which is an open source cross platform media player that will play almost any file you throw at it. It also allows streaming natively.

How to Choose Linux Web Hosting Services

This article will go through how you should be looking when you are shopping for Linux hosting services. I will give you various Linux options to consider and will also go through the differences between dedicated, virtual, and shared services.

Set Up A Secure FTP Server – Comprehensive Debian Guide

In this article, I will show you two methods of setting up a secure file server in Debian. There are many security measures that you can take in FTP. I am going to show you TLS (Transport Layer Security) and will finally show you how to set up a secure transfer server in SSH if FTP does not cut it.