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ISPConfig 3 Installation help please
I found this article really helpful: https://www.harrington.io/ispconfig-3-aws-rds-ubuntu-14-10/
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I could suggest following the steps form the official IPSConfig documentation here:
Hope that this helps!
I have read through the community some older posts for multiple wordpress installs on a single server. Could anyone inform me which environment would be best to setup for that, thats a more current than those articles? I want to setup something pretty quick and move my sites over since my current host is coincidentally closing.
I am also not really familiar with security of a server. I am coming from a managed VPS that I ran sites on previously. But I am not sure what all is needed to keep the server secure. I did read some articles on here that basically say to run a SSH key instead of password. But is that it as far as server vulnerability goes? I know what to do within wordpress files to keep them secure. I have troubleshoot all their software loop holes and have those locked down. I just want to make sure the back side will be locked down as well.
Thank you for any help and suggestions - Clayton
I know I could go directly to pool.ntp.org but that seems antisocial. It seems like it would be better for everyone in a given datacenter to point at an NTP source inside that datacenter that gets its time from upstream.
I am trying to create a CPU optimised ticket but when I hover over the selection it says *"This size is currently restricted. Please open a ticket to verify your account"*.
I imagine it refers to asking a question as it is opening a ticket? If so, when can I expect my account to be verified?
I am new to Digital Ocean so please excuse me if this is an obvious question :)
I wanted to create $5 droplet to test how my OS project will run in 1GB of memory.
Everywhere I look DO tells me that lowest droplet available is $5, but when I go to my cloud panel the smallest droplet plan available to me is $10 1cpu/2gb droplet.