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If you are new to Lighttpd, please see how to install and configure Lighttpd web server. The Webalizer is a fast, free, web-server log files analysis program. It produces highly detailed, easily configurable usage reports in HTML format, for viewing with a standard web browser. Statistics commonly reported by Webalizer include: hits; visits; referers; the […]

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This lighttpd module provides for mapping different parts of the host filesystem in the document tree. You can use it for mapping various directories. For example cgi-bin directory mapped to /var/lib/cgi-bin. The alias module is used to specify a special document-root for a given url-subset. Configuration Open your lighttpd configuration file: vi /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf Append/add mod_ […]

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FastCGI is a language independent, scalable, open extension to CGI that provides high performance without the limitations of server specific APIs. FastCGI provides better scalability and performance. Instead of creating a new process (the CGI program) for every request, FastCGI uses a single persistent process which handles many requests over its lifetime. (See wikipedia article […]

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Explains how to configure ip aliasing under Ubuntu Linux operating system so that you can have multiple IP address assigned to a single interface.

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From my mail bag: How do I accept CIPE connection requests coming from the outside? CIPE stands for Crypto IP Encapsulation (see howto Establishing a CIPE Connection) . It is used to configure an IP tunneling device. For example, CIPE can be used to grant access from the outside world into a Virtual Private Network […]

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Q. My sendmail service is running under Linux and whenever I try to telnet it from other LAN IP, it gives connection refuse error. If I connect it from localhost it accept connection. I can only send mail from my server only. How do I force sendmail to accept mail from other hosts/LAN ips? A. […]

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xorgconfig is an interactive command for generating an xorg.conf file for use with Xorg X servers.

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