Posts Tagged ‘apache’

Typo3 Winstaller – Windows Typo3 Environment

Monday, January 31st, 2011

If you’re looking for a free webserver, you might want to check this one out …

Typo3 is a powerful Open Source content management system that runs on system that support recent versions of PHP and MySQL. Linux users usually do not have a problem installing PHP and MySQL on their systems, while Windows users may have troubles finding a solution to run them on their system.


Add SSL to CentOS Web Server

Monday, December 6th, 2010

Here’s a handy trick for Linux users …

CentOS might well be one of the finest Linux distributions for a server environment. It is basically a mimic of Red Hat Enterprise Linux without the proprietary software and the price attached to it. With that in mind, it makes perfect sense to set CentOS up as your go-to Web server. It’s reliable, it’s stable, it’s extensible, and it’s secure.


Manage your LDAP data with phpLDAPadmin

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Speaking of LDAP, our console switch products and switched PDU products all feature secure LDAP authentication. If you need secure access to console ports and power reboot functions at remote installations, check ’em out.

The search for the perfect LDAP management tool has brought me around to a tool that is very similar to that of phpMyAdmin (for coverage of this tool, see my article “Install phpmyadmin for easy MySQL administration“). Both of these tools are web-based administration tools for tasks that many find too complex to do via command line.