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Authoritative BIND9 DNS Server on CentOS 6 : Install & Configuration

Introduction In this how-to article, we will walk you through the installation of a secure BIND9 authoritative DNS server on CentOS 6.7 What is BIND? BIND is open source software that implements the Domain Name System (DNS) protocols for the Internet. It is a reference implementation of those protocols, but it is also production-grade software, suitable […]

Install MediaWiki on Ubuntu 14.04

Introduction MediaWiki is a wiki application written in PHP that the Wikimedia Foundation developed to run several of their projects. The encyclopedia Wikipedia is the most popular of these projects. A wiki is a type of website that allows its users to create and edit content in a collaborative manner. It can be used in […]

Vim Tips for Beginners (or, Help! I Have To Use Vim!)

Introduction Perhaps you are happily configuring a server or following along in an online tutorial, and you end up, by accident or by necessity (I’m looking at you, Minimal Install), having to use a text editor like Vi or Vim. Do you break out into a cold sweat? Do you get the shakes? Do you […]

How-To Install Nginx on CentOS 6.7

Verified and Tested 08/27/15 Introduction This how-to will walk you through installing Nginx on CentOS 6.7.  Nginx is a powerful web server software that can be used on your server. It is also known for its high performance and low memory usage which will allow fewer resources to be used but getting the job done […]

Setting up a Minecraft Server on CentOS 6.7

Verified and Tested 02/04/2015 Introduction This guide will walk you through setting up a Minecraft (version 1.8.1) server on CentOS6.7 64bit with nifty startup and shutdown scripts for easy management. Prerequisites A CentOS 6.7 64-bit server, if you do not have a server and would like an SSD Cloud server, you can get one here. […]

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