There are a lot of solutions to remote access your server, however the fastest is to access it directly from the browser itself. The Guacamole sits between your server’s SSH/RDP and your browser so you can access it directly from the browser without going through the hassle of using RDP or Reminna and what not….
PHP-FPM service, when running as socket, seems to crash making Nginx output errors and users frustated. This is a simple fix to bypass the issue with auto restarting the php upon crash. Although it is recommended to see why the crash occurs in first place and fix that first.
It is best not to use root user for anything as root is a common user name. It’s better to create sudo users for these purposes. Here’s the easiest way to add a user to sudo group.
In order to protect your SSH against hacks, the most basic you can do is to change the port, but that is never enough. We know the basics to be disable root logins, change port, enable pubkey authentication, IP based blocking and so on. However, one shoe never fits all. If you keep changing computers,…
Sample configuration used for most SSL sites.
When ESP is installed on a project, the USB port is not always accessible. Sometimes, even though the USB is accessible, the device is installed on site and bringing along your laptop to reprogram it is troublesome. It is more convinient to just reprogram it over the air (OTA).
Some times we requrire the page to display partial content, such as progress while the PHP is still working in background. In apache, disabling output buffering works fine, however for nginx, the following code need to be added on top of any PHP script (before output stats).
This will install Nginx and PHP 7.x on Ubuntu 18.04 or later and perform basic configurations needed to get it up and running. This is used to create servers to serve static content as well as minor PHP scripts that need to run on it. After we’ll set up SSL using LetsEncrypt and use it…
So you want to use a linux server on local network. Great, but if you still have to access the files through ssh or ftp, it is troublesome. So why not access the files over samba network share? It is also great when you want to setup a simple NAS server on your local network.
With the new MariaDB 10+ they have disabled performance_schema, which means your database will consume minimum amount of memory and you can run Lighttpd, PHP and MariaDB on only 256 MB RAM! So here’s how to do it. We’ll also install phpMyAdmin for easy configuration of our mysql server and set it up securely to…