Cherokee is an Open Source, cross-platform, fast and light weight web server. It supports all major web features such as FastCGI, SCGI, PHP, uWSGI, SSI, CGI, LDAP, TLS/SSL, HTTP proxying, video streaming, content caching, traffic shaping, etc. All the configurations are done through a cool web interface called Cherokee-Admin . It will run on Linux, […]
Cherokee is a high performance, lightweight, full-featured web server/Reverse proxy server. It is compatible with SSL, FastCGI, and all modern web application frameworks like NodeJS, Rails, and Python through uWSGI. The best thing about Cherokee is that unlike Apache or Nginx, Cherokee can be administered completely through it’s admin web interface To install Cherokee on CentOS, […]
LEMP is a combination of operating system and open-source software stack. The acronym LEMP is derived from first letters of Linux, Nginx HTTP Server, MySQL/MariaDB database, and PHP or Perl or Python. We already have shown you how to install LAMP on many platforms. In this tutorial i will describe how to install nginx, MariaDB […]
nginx (pronounced as engine-x) is a lightweight, high performance http server, reverse proxy server, IMAP, SMTP and POP3 server. In this tutorial my test box hostname and ip address are “server.unixmen.com” and “192.168.1.200″.
If you have ever had any experience working with web servers you may already be familiar with two of the most widely used web servers Apache and IIS. But one web server which you may not have heard of yet is an up and coming web server called Nginx (or engine-x). Nginx is the third […]
SysCP (“System Control Panel”) is a software for administration of webservers based on and written in PHP and MySQL. It offers a web-based front end for customers of internet service providers but also for simple users, (for example you can use it for personal use, if you have your own webserver (ubuntu or Debian) home […]
12811Posted October 16, 2009 by M.el Khamlichi
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