This is a tutorial on how to forward connections from Nginx to httpd in CentOS.
Sometimes you may need to give someone access to load files onto your server. I don’t like FTP because it’s insecure and frankly I don’t want to set up a FTP server just for that. The problem with SFTP is that the user can look through your folders and has shell access. To solve this, I’ve written this tutorial on how to set up a chrooted SFTP account without shell access.
In this tutorial I will show you how to set up Mailman with Postfix and Nginx on CentOS 6. I assume you have already set up Nginx to server CGI scripts using fcgiwrap like I’ve shown you in the previous post.
In this post I will show you how to serve CGI scripts with Nginx on CentOS 6 using fcgiwrap.
This is a post on how to set up Nginx with PHP using spawn-fcgi on CentOS 6.
This is a little HOWTO on configuring Vsftpd to use FTP over SSL and FTPS only, which is highly recommended. You can use it to upgrade WordPress and install plugins, for example.
Because of some problems with my file server, I’ve decided to buy new hardware and make a fresh install.
This is a little summary about what I did to create an encrypted RAID 5 device on my file server.
I just installed a CentOS Server in Virtualbox, so I can work with a Red Hat based distribution. Until now I only used Debian based systems and now I decided to to broaden my mind. 😉
I had some issues with Mediatomb: