Arch Linux

Arch Linux is a free, open source linux distribution that focuses on simplicity, code-correctness, and elegance as general design principles. As an intentional tradeoff, the user is expected to make some effort to understand the system’s operation.

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    How To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on Arch Linux

    This tutorial explains how to install Apache, how to install MySQL, how to change the root MySQL password, how to install PHP, and how to see what libraries are available. LAMP stack is a group of open source software...
    By Etel Sverdlov Arch Linux
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    How To Set Up Apache Virtual Hosts on Arch Linux

    This tutorial shows you how to set up virtual hosts. Virtual Hosts are used to run more than one website or domain off of a single server and IP address. This is especially useful to people who need to run several sit...
    By Etel Sverdlov Apache Arch Linux
  • Creating a Website and an Email Account on Ajenti V

    In this tutorial, we will setup a basic website using Ajenti V from the Ajenti control panel and create an email account on your website's domain.
    By Jonah Aragon Email Monitoring Control Panels Arch Linux CentOS CoreOS Debian FreeBSD Ubuntu
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    How To SSH Securely with Kryptonite on DigitalOcean

    SSH is the primary way of connecting to remote Linux servers. Securing this channel is essential to maintaining a secure infrastructure. Kryptonite is a secure solution to protecting your SSH private key. In this guid...
    By Alex Grinman Security DigitalOcean Arch Linux CentOS CoreOS Debian FreeBSD Ubuntu Ubuntu 16.04
  • Installing the RainLoop Email Client on Ajenti V

    RainLoop is a free email client that can access any IMAP/SMTP emails, including Ajenti V's built-in email. It supports multiple accounts, social logins (log in with Twitter, Facebook, etc.), two factor authentication,...
    By Jonah Aragon Email Arch Linux CentOS CoreOS Debian FreeBSD Ubuntu
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    How To Create a SSL Certificate on Apache on Arch Linux

    A SSL certificate is a way to encrypt a site's information and create a more secure connection. Additionally, the certificate can show the virtual private server's identification information to site visitors. Certific...
    By Etel Sverdlov Apache Arch Linux
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    How To Install (LEMP) nginx, MySQL, PHP stack on Arch Linux

    LEMP stack is a group of open source software to get web servers up and running. The acronym stands for Linux, nginx (pronounced Engine x), MySQL, and PHP. This tutorial explains how to install the required repos to d...
    By Etel Sverdlov LEMP Arch Linux
  • Installing WordPress on Ajenti V

    Ajenti is an open source, web-based control panel that can be used for a large variety of server management tasks. In this tutorial we will install a WordPress blog, using the tools Ajenti V provides.
    By Jonah Aragon WordPress Control Panels Monitoring Arch Linux CentOS CoreOS Debian FreeBSD Ubuntu
  • Installing phpMyAdmin on Ajenti V

    phpMyAdmin is a free, web-facing control panel that can access and edit MySQL databases hosted on your server. It integrates with all existing and future databases on your Ajenti server automatically. This tutorial wi...
    By Jonah Aragon Control Panels MySQL Arch Linux CentOS CoreOS Debian FreeBSD Ubuntu
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    How To Install Ruby on Rails on Arch Linux with RVM

    This tutorial explains how to install RVM (Ruby Version Manager), and then how to install ruby, how to install ruby gems, and how to install rails on Arch Linux. RVM is a program that lets you use several versions of ...
    By Etel Sverdlov Ruby on Rails Arch Linux
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    How To Use ApacheBench To Do Load Testing on an Arch Linux VPS

    In this tutorial, we will see how a Ruby interpreter with different servers performs under load. The tutorial steps assume a fresh Arch Linux x86_64 image. The results were obtained from a 512 MB droplet.
    By Robert Qualls Server Optimization System Tools Ruby Arch Linux
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    How To Install and Setup ownCloud on Arch Linux

    This tutorial runs through how to install and setup ownCloud on Arch Linux.
    By Mark Weiman Arch Linux
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    How to Add a Swap File on an Arch Linux Cloud Server

    In this article, we will discuss how to add a swap file to an Arch Linux cloud server. Linux uses swap spaces to offload information from the machine's RAM, allowing for the most important processes more resources to...
    By Justin Ellingwood Server Optimization Caching Arch Linux