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> Web Hosting Under Slackware, i seriously have NO clue what to do
linuxlover
post May 7 2005, 09:24 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?
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I would like to host just one webpage off of slackware 10.0. I have the full setup including bind and apache, but i dont know how to set them up to work together to serve a web page. i Honestly have no clue what im doing here. Can someone give me a hand, it would be much appreciated. ive read all the other web hosting tutorials on this site, but i cant seem to get it. i think i need more detailed information.
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matt
post May 12 2005, 01:34 PM
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./configure
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I can help you there. All I use is Slackware, and I host nfhosting.com, mymud.org and 7 other domains for payed customers of it. Nothing beats the stability of good ol slack. There are a few issues you might run into with mysql when you install it. I do have to run to work but when I get home I'll post up a guide for you, If you run into any problems just post em here.


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Evga Geforce 8800GT SSC Ed 512
ASUS P5N32-E SLI Deluxe
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Distro - Slackware 12 MythTV Box
AMD Athlon 64 3500+
1024 Megs of DDR400
200G HD
Nvidia 8400 GT
Leadtech Winfast TV2000 Tuner
Antec NSK2480 Media Center Case
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