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By newpenguin at 2005-01-31 23:52
Virtual Web hosting on Linux for support of php+MySQL+JSP+servlets

INTRODUCTION
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Introduction to Virtual Web Hosting
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Virtual webhosting allows you to run multiple websites even on a single ip(name based hosting) or different ip per
website(ip based hosting) with only one instance of webserver running on your machine.
we will use the name based hosting method.


Disclaimer
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Neither the author nor the distributors, or any other contributor of this HOWTO are in any way responsible for physical, financial, moral or any other type of damage incurred by following the suggestions in this text.


Feedback and corrections
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your are welcome to write at usmanbsd@yahoo.com.


LICENSE
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This document is distributed under the GNU Free Documentation License Version 1.2. http://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl.txt


Contents
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This howto covers following topics

1.Partitioning scheme

2.Installation of Packages
apache2
mysql4.3
php5
proftpd
tomcat4.1
mod_jk2
adding modules to apache

3.Configuration of Packages
apache
php
proftpd
mod_jk2
tomcat

4.Disk quota
5.adding a domain
6.mysql quota
7.what user(client) need to do

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section 1. Installation and Partition Scheme
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you must use multiple partitions for security reasons and for limiting each purpose a specific limit of space.

/home
so that users data may remain in a limit and don

by newpenguin on Sun, 2005-02-20 14:51
can anyone please tell me how can i edit the howto ??


  



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