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The Apache HTTP Server is a popular open-source web server known for its flexibility, power, and widespread support. It can be extended through a dynamically loadable module system, and is able to process a large number of interpreted languages without connecting out to separate software.

featured tutorialHow To Install the Apache Web Server on Ubuntu 20.04
The Apache HTTP server is the most widely-used web server in the world. It provides many powerful features including ...

Erin Glass • Published on April 27, 2020

featured tutorialHow To Install and Secure phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu 20.04
phpMyAdmin is an application that allows users to interact with MySQL databases through a web interface. This tutoria...

Mark Drake • Published on May 4, 2020 · Updated on October 22, 2020

featured tutorialHow To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on Ubuntu 20.04
A “LAMP” stack is a group of open-source software that is typically installed together to enable a server to host dyn...

Erika Heidi • Published on April 23, 2020 · Updated on July 28, 2021

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    • Tutorial

      How To Troubleshoot Common Site Issues on a Linux Server

      Everybody runs into issues with their website at one point or another. This guide will help you troubleshoot some common issues and get your site running again.
      17 days agoBy Justin EllingwoodApacheLinux BasicsNginx
    • Question

      How to resolve [proxy_fcgi:error] (104)Connection reset by peer: [client IP:38260] AH01075: Error dispatching request to

      We are using PHP-Laravel with LAMP stack environment on ubuntu 20.04 and using mobile app for uploading images and videos as functionality of the web app. Normally web portal works fine but in case when we start uploa...
      No answers yet18 days agoBy SysQuo InnovationApacheLaravelPHPUbuntu 20.04
    • Question

      How to configure Apache server running on Ubuntu 20.04 to Serve Two Different Projects on Different Port?

      I am building a web application with React as frontend and Laravel as backend. Both Laravel and React are built on separate project and I want both of these projects to deploy on the same server instance. So for that,...
      2 answers18 days agoBy DriftingLapisDolphinApacheUbuntu 20.04
    • Question

      Lets encrypt for Saas

      Hello guys. We are developing a saas and we need our customers to be able to install SSL (lets encrypt) automatically from our saas dashboard. But from what I’ve seen, I always need to move the virtual host to enable ...
      1 answer22 days agoBy Rodrigo BerlinckApacheAPI
    • Question

      How to disable repository from updates in Linux CentOS

      I’m searching for a credible way to disable repositories and stop them from updating my packages. I’ve had some issue and found some ways on the internet but wanted to hear an opinion what’s best
      Accepted Answer: Hello, There are a couple of ways to do so, depending on what you want to achieve. If you now the exact repository you want to deny you can simply run: yum --disablerepo=Repo-Name If you are not sure about the repo’s ...
      2 answers1 month agoBy Brendo RossApacheLinux Basics
    • Question

      .htaccess file is modifying automatically

      .htaccess file is modified automatically to its original file. I have the following is the .htaccess file uploaded on my server. SetEnv CI_ENV development #SetEnv CI_ENV production RewriteEngine On RewriteCond $1 !^(i...
      2 answers1 month agoBy giftmytripsApache
    • Question

      404 not found errors

      Google’s crawler says that I am returning a soft 404 error message. How do I fix this?
      1 answer1 month agoBy aecsp2000Apache
    • Tutorial

      How To Set Up Password Authentication with Apache on Ubuntu 20.04

      This tutorial will walk you through password-protecting assets on an Apache web server running on Ubuntu 20.04 in order to provide your server with additional security.
      2 months agoBy Lisa Tagliaferri, Jeanelle HorcasitasUbuntu 20.04ApacheSecurityUbuntu
    • Tutorial

      How To Use Apache as a Reverse-Proxy with mod_proxy on Ubuntu 20.04

      In this tutorial, you’ll set up Apache as a basic reverse proxy using the mod_proxy extension to redirect incoming connections to one or several backend servers running on the same network. This tutorial uses a backen...
      2 months agoBy Mateusz Papiernik, Madison Scott-Clary, Jeanelle HorcasitasApacheUbuntuLoad BalancingUbuntu 20.04
    • Question

      Nodejs app how to load domain instead of ip + port

      I have an app that I would like to load using a domain name instead of the ip:port. It currently loads find with the ip and port but I can not get it to work with a domain. I have created the subdomain A record and tr...
      1 answer2 months agoBy ixDavidxiApacheNode.jsUbuntu 20.04
    • Question

      WordPress Install sees PHP 7.0.x but Server says PHP 8.1 installed - how to connect things correctly?

      Hello all, I hope you can help. I’ve updated PHP on my droplet (LAMP 16.04) and when I do php -v, it tells me PHP 8.1. But my WordPress install is still seeing PHP 7.0.x. I added phpinfo.php and that ALSO says PHP 7.0...
      1 answer2 months agoBy Nicolas SteenhoutApachePHP
    • Tutorial

      How To Move an Apache Web Root to a New Location on Ubuntu 20.04

      In this guide, we’ll show you how to move an Apache document root to a new location which allows you to independently scale storage for different sites.
      2 months agoBy Melissa Anderson, Kathleen Juell, Kong YangApacheUbuntuStorageUbuntu 20.04
    • Question

      ROOT LOGIN ERROR ( AUTO CLOSE AFTER CHANGE PASSWORD )

      here is my problem, when i do login as root after password reset, then it told me to login with the password and i can login, but after change the new password it auto close my PUTTY. Please help me to fix this problem.
      1 answer2 months agoBy meimeiApacheControl PanelsUbuntu 18.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Create a Self-Signed SSL Certificate for Apache in Ubuntu 18.04

      In this guide, we will show you how to set up a self-signed SSL certificate for use with an Apache web server on Ubuntu 18.04.
      2 months agoBy Justin Ellingwood, Brian BoucheronApacheSecurityUbuntuUbuntu 18.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Install and Secure phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu 22.04

      phpMyAdmin is an application that allows users to interact with MySQL databases through a web interface. This tutorial outlines the process of installing and securing phpMyAdmin on an Ubuntu 22.04 server.
      2 months agoBy Mark DrakeApacheDatabasesMySQLUbuntuApplicationsPHPUbuntu 22.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on Ubuntu 22.04

      A “LAMP” stack is a group of open-source software that is typically installed together to enable a server to host dynamic websites and web apps. This term is actually an acronym which represents the Linux operating sy...
      2 months agoBy Kong Yang, Erika HeidiLAMP StackPHPApacheMySQLUbuntu 22.04Ubuntu
    • Tutorial

      How To Secure Apache with Let's Encrypt on Ubuntu 22.04

      Let’s Encrypt is a Certificate Authority (CA) that facilitates obtaining and installing free TLS/SSL certificates, thereby enabling encrypted HTTPS on web servers. Currently, the entire process of obtaining and instal...
      2 months agoBy Jeanelle Horcasitas, Erika HeidiLet's EncryptApacheUbuntu 22.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Install the Apache Web Server on Ubuntu 22.04

      The Apache HTTP server is the most widely-used web server in the world. It provides many powerful features including dynamically loadable modules, robust media support, and extensive integration with other popular sof...
      2 months agoBy Erin Glass, Jeanelle HorcasitasApacheUbuntuUbuntu 22.04
    • Tutorial

      How to Rewrite URLs with mod_rewrite for Apache on Ubuntu 22.04

      Apache’s mod_rewrite module lets you redirect URLs based on additional conditions, or rewrite URLs in a cleaner fashion, translating human-readable paths into code-friendly query string. In this tutorial, you’ll enabl...
      2 months agoBy Mateusz Papiernik, Brian Hogan, Tony TranApacheUbuntu 22.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Install Webmin on Ubuntu 22.04

      Webmin is a web-based control panel for any Linux machine which lets you manage your server through a modern web-based interface. With Webmin, you can change settings for common packages on the fly, including web serv...
      2 months agoBy Theo B, Kathleen Juell, Mark Drake, Tony TranApplicationsControl PanelsLet's EncryptApacheUbuntuUbuntu 22.04