10 Things You Can Do To Make Your Linux Hosted Website More Secure By Corey W. 10. Get cooperation from your Linux host. Make sure your host is updating their software at the server and network levels. This includes any available kernel updates, as well as updates for packages such as Apache and PHP.Read more »
One of the most interesting statistics I've been following are the ones presented by Netcraft regarding web server market share and OS used by hosting companies.Read more »
Breakthrough for free software gaming -- Ryzom announces full release of source code and artwork, and a partnership with the Free Software Foundation to host a repository of the game's artistic assets.Read more »
A couple of months ago, Free Software Magazine (and FSDaily.com) went through what you'd call a "rough patch" in terms of hosting: 3FN, which hosted FSM, was effectively shut down by the FTC in the United States. Many companies had their backup servers on 3FN's networks - and therefore lost everything. We were lucky enough to have a full backup over in Europe.Read more »
Okay you may have noticed FSDaily was not available for the past 2 to 3 days. Obviously we are back now. The cause of our absence was to do with our previous hosting company, 3FN , being shut down by the FTC.Read more »
Okay you may have noticed FSDaily was not available for the past 2 to 3 days. Obviously we are back now. The cause of our absence was to do with our previous hosting company, 3FN , being shut down by the FTC.
"Ubuntu 9.04, which was released at the end of April, and Debian 5 (Lenny), have just been added to the list of new GNU/Linux distributions that you can use when you create your Gandi server..."Read more »
Jochen Weiland and Riona Kuthe of JWeiland.net in Germany gave a very good presentation on some TYPO3 best practices last year in Berlin at the TYPO3 conference.
"To help promote knowledge of free software that isn't GNU software distributed by the FSF, we have collected the following links to other web sites that contain free software, or is directly related to the issue of free software..."Read more »
"Mercurial [Hg for short] is a Distributed Version Control System. Instead of using a single repository per project, each developer can have their own repository." -- via http://understandinglimited.com/2008/08/07/ff-h/Read more »