archlinux

How to Use OpenSSH to Connect to Your Linux Server

Introduction This how-to will show how to use the OpenSSH program to connect one Linux server to another via command line. It’s a very simple process that requires little know-how, but can be useful for many projects. Normally, on Windows, you would just use the software PuTTY to connect through SSH, but this isn’t available […]


How to Install Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) On Arch Linux

Verified and Tested 1/12/16 Introduction This how-to will help you with your LAMP installation in Arch Linux so that you can successfully run a high available solid platform for your web environment. LAMP is simply a software bundle that consists of 4 components that work together to form a powerful web server.  However, in this […]



How to Use Rsync to Copy/Sync Files Between Servers

Introduction Rsync is a great way to synchronize files between servers or move files between servers without needing FTP. It connects two servers via the SSH protocol, allowing for the transfer of data between them. The rsync daemon, covered later in this article, uses its own protocol and runs on a specified port. Below we’ll […]




How to Install Apache on Arch Linux

Verified and Tested 05/29/15 Introduction Apache is a web server that is very popular in Linux systems and over the Internet. It is used by many web hosting companies worldwide because of its popularity and efficiency in hosting sites over the World Wide Web. This how-to will help you install and configure Apache on an […]


How to Install Nginx, MySQL, PHP (LEMP) On Arch Linux

Verified and Tested 05/29/15 Introduction This how-to will help you with your LEMP installation in Arch Linux so that you can successfully run a high available solid platform for your web environment. LEMP is simply a software bundle that consists of 4 components that work together to form a powerful web server. Linux (L) is […]


How to Get Started with Arch Linux

Introduction Arch Linux is a Linux distribution composed predominantly of free and open-source software that expects a little more from its user. You must be willing to make some effort to understand the system’s operation. But, if you want more control over what gets installed on that system and how it runs, then this distribution […]