The Apache HTTP server is the most widely-used web server in the world. It provides many powerful features including dynamically loadable modules, robust media support, and extensive integration with other popular software.
In this guide, we’ll explain how to install an Apache web server on your Ubuntu 18.04 server.
Before you begin this guide, you should have a regular, non-root user with sudo privileges configured on your server. Additionally, you will need to enable a basic firewall to block non-essential ports. You can learn how to configure a regular user account and set up a firewall for your server by following our initial server setup guide for Ubuntu 18.04.
When you have an account available, log in as your non-root user to begin.
Creating virtual hosts for multiple domains
When a browser sends a request to your server’s IP address asking for the contents of your domain name (for example,
http://yourexampledomain.com), your web server serves up an HTTP representation of your site. If the server is serving only one website, it serves the HTML in your
/var/www/html directory, starting with
index.html. But having a unique server for every website that you want to serve is costly and an inefficient use of your resources.
Install via the Package Manager(apt-get):
Simply add to your packages:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-2
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install sublime-text
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-3
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install sublime-text-installer
Run Sublime-Text on terminal
Source : http://askubuntu.com/questions/172698/how-do-i-install-sublime-text-2-3
phpMyAdmin is an open source tool used for the administration of MySQL. In addition to offering the capability to perform administration tasks such as creating, editing, or deleting databases, and managing users and permissions, phpMyAdmin provides a graphical user interface to do all of these tasks and more.
- These instructions are intended specifically for installing phpMyAdmin on CentOS 6.
- I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 6.5 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.
- A LAMP, Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP, must be installed on your server. If you’re working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 6.5 server as I am, then the LAMP stack is already installed!
Provided by: nast_0.2.0-6build1_i386
nast - Network Analyzer Sniffer Tool
nast [-G] [-i interface] [-l filename] [-f filter] [--ld filename]
Nast is a packet sniffer and a LAN analyzer based on Libnet and
It can sniff in normal mode or in promiscuous mode the packets on a
network interface and log it. It dumps the headers of packets and the
payload in ascii or ascii-hex format. You can apply a filter. The
sniffed data can be saved in a separated file.
As analyzer tool, it has many features like:
* Build LAN hosts list
* Follow a TCP-DATA stream
* Find LAN Internet gateways
* Discover promiscuous nodes
* Reset an established connection
* Perform a single half-open portscanner
* Perform a multi half-open portscanner
* Find link type (hub or switch)
* Catch daemon banner of LAN nodes
* Control ARP answers to discover possible ARP-spoofing
* Byte counting with an optional filter
* Write reports logging
It also provides a new ncurses interface.
cPanel is a convenient application that allows users to administer servers through a GUI interface instead of the traditional command line. Although the installation for cPanel is relatively simple, the script does take several hours to run.
- Once cPanel is installed, it cannot be removed from the server without a complete server restore. cPanel does not offer an uninstaller
- Additionally, cPanel is subject to a licensing fee which may come out to be around $200 a year. DigitalOcean does not cover the cost of cPanel. You can find out more about cPanel pricing here