When You Should Disable Root Login…Or Not

When should you disable root login? Disabling root login is a super easy trick to increase security on your machine. Let’s take a look at why and when you should…

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Introducing The Linux Academy!

Ready to learn Linux server management? Pinehead.TV is proud to announce a new service called Linux Academy. We are currently accepting 50 users who want to learn Linux on real…

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Simple Security Tricks To Harden A New Linux Web Server

There are a few things you need to always remember when setting up a new Linux server. By default the root login is enabled for most systems. The best practice…

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Ten Things I Wish I Knew When Becoming A Linux Admin

Ten years ago I installed Linux for the very first time. To be exact, it was Slackware 7, the best distribution at the time in my opinion. Since then I’ve…

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Enabling Mod Rewrite On Apache2

A user recently requested information on enabling mod_rewrite for Apache. They were trying to configure WordPress to use permalinks. Fortunately for us, there are two ways to enabled mod_rewrite and…

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Connect To Amazon EC2 Linux Instance Using PuTTY Private Key On Windows

When first setting up an Amazon EC2 server, you receive an ssh key to connect to the instance. This article details how to use a PuTTY private key to connect…

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Configuring Apache and Installing WordPress On Linux EC2

If you’ve followed our Amazon Web Services screencasts then you are ready to install WordPress on your Linux server. First, we need to configure Apache2 to point to the correct…

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