Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache

Filed under
Linux

SitePoint Pty. Ltd. (sitepoint.com), provider of fun, practical and easy-to-understand content for Web professionals, today announced the release of ‘Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache’, collaboration between seasoned developers Stuart Langridge and Tony Steidler-Dennison.

‘If you plan to compete with the big players, your site must be up and running all the time -- it can't be allowed to suffer the potential security and performance problems that arise when you're trying to debug live scripts,' commented Tony Steidler-Dennison, co-author of the book. ‘This book is the developer's key to maintaining a professional site, while optimizing its performance.'

No prior experience with Linux is expected by the book's authors.

Full Press Release.

More in Tux Machines

Linux Kernel 3.19-Rc6 Released


Linux Kernel 3.19-Rc6 Released

One more rc released today shortening time period for the final release. Each release sees a new changes and fixes and this one is slightly smaller but as always better.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Read at LinuxAndUbuntu

Ubuntu Flavors 15.04 Vivid Vervet Alpha 2 Released


Picture

Ubuntu flavors 15.04 alpha 2 has been released for testing. Ubuntu Unity does not take part in the alpha releases. Flavors like Kylin, Ubuntu Gnome, Lubuntu and Kubuntu alpha 2 relases are available.



Read at LinuxAndUbuntu

MBARI testing the waters with open source camera

“There is a movement to have open source oceanographic equipment,” said Chad Kecy, lead designer and MBARI engineer. “Anyone could take our designs and modify them for specific needs they have. It’s just a less expensive and easier way of getting cameras in the water.” Read more

Fixing unperceived errors in my X Windows configuration

Last week I decided to bite the bullet and upgrade X Windows to the latest version available in the main Portage tree. After rebooting, X Windows, GLX and Direct Rendering worked fine as usual. So everything was good. Well, not quite. Although the installation was working properly, there were still some long-standing messages in the X.Org log file that indicated my installation was not configured completely correctly. I had ignored them for too long and resolved to find their causes and eliminate them. Here is what I did.

Read more