Linux Servers & Hosting

  • How to Setup And Configure a F.E.A.R. Dedicated Linux Server

    This article will explain how to setup, configure and run a F.E.A.R. Linux server. Although harder to find, the server files are still out there. We located a version(1.08) of the Linux Dedicated server for F.E.A.R.. This article will help you...
    By Berry van der Linden July 31, 2010 

  • Best Linux Email Server Practices

    Best Linux email server practices is a vast topic because there is so much do be done. It is not possible to mention all the things you need to do in order to follow the best practices for a Linux mail server and this article definitely doesn't attempt...
    By Ada Stoy July 31, 2010 

  • Great Sources for Linux Hosting Support

    Setting up a hosting business isn't that hard. However, sometimes you run into technical problems that are harder to solve. This article will tell you where to search first for answers and show you the best sources for Linux hosting support.
    By Berry van der Linden July 29, 2010 

  • How to Set up a Free Mail Server for Linux

    A free mail server for Linux, for instance Postfix, can do a great job for a small company. Postfix configuration and administration aren't very difficult and even if you are a Linux newbie, you can still deal with Postfix. Learn how to set up Postfix...
    By Ada Stoy July 15, 2010 

  • Graphical FTP Server Software for Linux

    Linux FTP servers are configured with text files and don't include graphical configuration interfaces. However, there are convenient third-party configuration programs for every popular Linux FTP server. Easily configure your own Linux FTP server...
    By Chris Hoffman July 15, 2010 

  • FTP Server Software for Linux

    There are many different FTP server software programs for Linux, most of which are included in your distributions software repositories. Different FTP servers have different strengths, weaknesses and design goals.
    By Chris Hoffman July 15, 2010 

  • Linux or Windows Hosting: Things to Consider

    Linux hosting and Windows hosting are the two most common types of web hosting. While it is hard to tell which one is better, both Linux hosting and Windows hosting have their advantages and disadvantages.
    By Ada Stoy May 30, 2010 

  • Exchange Server for Linux

    There is no reason to envy Microsoft’s Exchange Server when you get a free/low cost alternative for your Linux system. Inside is a discussion of the best Exchange Server alternatives, Linux Exchange mail clients and Linux webmail Exchange viewers...
    By Tolga BALCI April 22, 2010 

  • How to Build a Linux Server: Network, File, Print and Proxy Servers

    Linux is the leading server operating system in the world. It’s inherently secure, stable, and has very high uptime rates. There is no reason why you wouldn’t prefer Linux servers in your home/workplace.
    By Tolga BALCI February 28, 2010 

  • How to Copy Files from Server to Server in Linux

    What I find truly amazing about Linux is the number of options it affords to do just about any task. The protocols available for copying files from one Linux server to another is another great example of its flexibility.
    By dwlsn233 November 28, 2009 
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