Nginx Moodle Configuration

Moodle is a free software built to help educators to create online courses and help teachers to interact with students. It’s one of the most popular e-learning platforms around the world. And of course, it runs pretty well on Nginx webserver. So, today I’m going to show you how to get the latest version of Moodle […]

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Installing Node.js on Ubuntu

This guide will show you how to install Node.js on Ubuntu from either the source code or Git repository. I’m going to assume that you are using Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) and that you wish to install version 0.6.17 of Node.js. You’re results may vary if you are using different versions. Installing Node.js on Ubuntu […]

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Build a web server with Node.js

Web servers don’t need to be big, general-purpose applications. Over the years they’ve become more complex, delivering all kinds of content to your browser. But what if you need something focused? Internet Information Server and Apache are overkill, and even next-gen servers like nginx require significant resources. That’s where Node.js comes in. Instead of taking an existing […]

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Basic secure setup of LAMP server for Ubuntu

I came across a concise forum post on setting up security on a LAMP stack but experienced some issues getting it working on Ubuntu, so here is my updated guide. http://www.howtoforge.com/ubuntu_debian_lamp_server Please also try to use an updated debian system so we don’t have any crash on dependencies. In some cases you might want to get […]

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