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Learning VI Editor Linux/Unix

This tutorial will gives a more detailed description of the vi command set.

INSERTING TEXT

To leave the Insert mode, press 'Esc'
a = Append after cursor
A = Append after end of current line
i  = Insert before cursor
I  = Insert before beginning of current line
o = Open new line below current line and insert
O = Open new line above current line and insert

MySQL Full and Incremental Backup With Remote FTP Script

This script is about to have Mysql To Full / Incremental Backup and Transfer it to Remote Server via Ftp Server.

FYI: this script only can working on Unix/Linux environtment

Example, We will backup all mysql db and transfer it to remote ftp
db : all_db
user : root
pass : passwordrootmysql

Remote Ftp Server :
ip : 10.10.1.3
user : wowtutorial
pass : wowtutorial

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How To Create Domain Zones Into Djbdns Name Servers

In this tutorial, we will create a domain into djbdns server.
I assume you have install djbdns server and configure dnscache first before continue to this tutorial.

Please kindly to review how to install Djbdns and Deploy Dnscache Djbdns.

Install Djbdns Nameserver : http://wowtutorial.org/en/tutorial/44.html
Deploy Dnscache : http://wowtutorial.org/en/tutorial/45.html

Install Djbdns Name Server Unix/Linux

Djbdns is a DNS server which replaces BIND (aka named). It is secure,
significantly easier to manage, reliable, small, and fast.

Server Requirements
Here's a list of server and system requirements.
If you don't meet any one of these,
you'd better do something about it because the setup simply won't work without them.

How To Fixed Error in my_thread_global_end(): 1 threads didn't exit

If you get this error: "Error in my_thread_global_end(): 1 threads didn't exist"
When you access your php script that trying to MySQL server.

How To Upgrade Apache 2 PHP 5 PHP Suhosin Security Patch in Cpanel

In this tutorial we will upgrade apache from 1.x to apache 2.x and php 4.x to php 5.x with Suhosin security patch in Cpanel server.

First we need to login into Cpanel server with root access via putty.
[code]root@cpanel [~]#[/code]

We need to force Cpanel to update to the stable version
[code]root@cpanel [~]# /scripts/upcp --force[/code]

## We need to wait the process until finished without any error.

How To Install Certificate in Linux/Unix Servers Apache Webserver

In this tutorial i assume you have generate a CSR and Key before. If you still don't have a CSR and Key you can see copy and paste this url below and generate your csr and key first before you can install your brand new purchase ssl from verisign/geocert, etc.

http://wowtutorial.org/en/tutorial/34.html <-- This is a link How To Generate SSL In Linux/Unix Server.

How To Generate SSL CSR in Linux/Unix Servers

This is a simple way to generate a Certificate Signing Request ( CSR) in Linux/Unix server.

Please SSH into your webserver via Putty or secure ssh tool with root access.

First we will need a openssl package installed on the server

[code]root@athena:/home/sentono/testing#apt-get install openssl* [/code]

Generate a private key and a public Certificate Signing Request (CSR) by using the following command: openssl req -new -nodes -keyout myserver.key -out server.csr

Install Configure FTP Server With SSL Using FileZilla Server and FTP Client Using CuteFTP (part 1)

Now I want show you how to install and configure FileZilla Server in Windows server.

 

Download FileZilla Server

http://downloads.sourceforge.net/filezilla/FileZilla_Server-0_9_24.exe

 

Installing FileZilla Server

Import IIS pfx file cert to Apache or other non-Windows-based servers

Most servers use plaintext certificate files. The certificate files that you download from your digicert/verisign and other account are already in this format. However, the private key that was generated on your IIS server is not yet in this format. This same private key is required for your certificate to function properly on your non-Windows-based server. To export the private key from the Windows IIS server to your non-windows-based machine, you must extract the private key from a Windows .pfx backup certificate. To do this you will use the OpenSSL utility to extract the private key from the .pfx backup file:

Login into your server via SSH with root access: 
[code]$openssl pkcs12 -in mypfxfile.pfx -out outputfile.txt -nodes [/code]

The above command would have created a text file named outputfile.txt. Open this file with a text editor and you will see the private key and cert listed in one file like below :

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