Setting Up a Simple VPN Connection

I get this question often from many: How does one use a Virtual Private Network in Linux?

The easiest way to accomplish this is with the help of Network Manager for both KDE (network-manager-kde) and GNOME (network-manager-gnome).

I'm going to use the GNOME version, however, the KDE variant is very similar. To start, your network must be managed by Network Manager and not through the standard method. You will ...

Click through to read more...

Get it done with BitNami Stacks

Let's face it: setting up a full-scale web server and site is hard, no matter what OS you use. You need server software. You need databases, scripting engines, libraries.

Nobody likes taking the time to set up a server like that manually, and the folks at BitNami realized that. They bring to the table BitNami Stacks, and already the name gets you thinking of what it does.

Offered among ...

Click through to read more...

Installing Lighttpd from source on Linux

lighttpd logo Apache is the world's most popular web server and is a very good piece of software. It isn't however, the only choice of free software and open source web server solutions and it's easy to overlook lightweight alternatives to Apache.

One such alternative is lighttpd. Here's what its official site says about the project:

Security, speed, compliance, and flexibility -- all of these describe lighttpd (pron. lighty ...

Click through to read more...

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. ...
  8. Go to