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Building My Own Web Server


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Just for the learning experience I'm building a web server here on this computer I normally use... It currently setup as a dual boot Ubuntu Linux 11.10 x64 and Windows Vista x64. So I went through and install LAMP server on Ubuntu and then installed Webmin WHM (Web Hosting Manager). Started thinking well it would be kind of fun to let some of you test drive the server and play with it. So I hooked up no-ip.com and installed it software to give me a free domain name with a dynamic IP. Now mind you if my computer goes down or I'm booted in Windows Vista the site will be gone... But here is a sneak peak at the site so far... http://mopar1973man.no-ip.org <- Part of the home page from the actual site... http://mopar1973man.no-ip.org/phpsysinfo/index.php?disp=dynamic <- A look at the server stats.

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Actually that is since I booted up in Linux so next time I flip flop back and forth between Windows / Linux that Up Time will be reset... I'm hoping eventually dump windows out of my life...

--- Update to the previous post...

I'm going to leave the Linux up and running tonight so for those of you want to snoop on the other server go for it... :thumbup2:

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it must be in windows mode right now :)

Yea... I'm in Windoze... Between hashing out the printer problem and getting backups... I'd be over on Linux more...

--- Update to the previous post...

Hey Rogan is there a good solution for backup for Linux? Something that backups everything including the hard drive structure? :shrug:
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Sorry guys there was a issue with no-ip.com that prevented the IP address to hookup...:doh::banghead: I think I got it fixed now. Give it another shot... My current ip address if you want to try it... http://170.215.65.143 (Dynamic) So being my address is dynamic it might disappear sometime soon. Hence why I'm using www.no-ip.com to resolve mt IP address into a sub-domain name. :whistle:

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