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New Server Tutorials
  • Load Balancing With Apache

    Apache makes for a great load balancer, with the help of mod_proxy and mod_proxy_balancer. If you use Apache as the back end, this makes deploying new back ends very easy, as everything in the cluster will use the same software load out.

  • How To Migrate A LAMP Stack

    Sooner or later, your operations are going to need to scale out to bigger and better servers. You'll have to migrate your application to new hardware. Here's how to do it.

  • nginx Load Balancing

    nginx Load Balancingnginx is well known for being a front-end load balancer. It often sits between the client accessing the web site, and the PHP back ends that process your dynamic pages. While doing this, it will also perform admirably as a static content server. Here's how to get this going.




New Desktop Tutorials
  • 7 Steps To Securing Your Linux PC

    Secure LinuxThese seven steps to locking down security on your Linux Desktop may be one of the smartest things you ever did.  Security increasingly becomes more important as we move to global network access.

  • Beginners Guide To Ubuntu One Personal Cloud

    Ubuntu OneUbuntu, the leading desktop Linux distribution, has been looking at ways to add value to its offering for a while. The maturing Ubuntu One personal cloud service is just such an enhancement – but is it any good?


  • Installing Applications in Ubuntu

    Ubuntu ApplicaitonsThere are a number of ways to install applications on the Ubuntu desktop.  You can use the Ubuntu Software Center, apt-get from the command line or download applications from the Internet.