A LAMP stack is an assortment of software that contains everything you need in order to serve a website, show dynamic content, and store or retrieve data from a database. The software is all within the LAMP acronym, namely the Linux operating system, Apache web server, MySQL database (or MariaDB alternatively), and PHP programming language.
The purpose of this tutorial is to provide you with some information on how to improve Ubuntu’s repository download speed by selecting the closest, that is, possibly fastest mirror relative to your geographical location.
The purpose of this tutorial is to enable root login over SSH on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa Linux. After installing OpenSSH, logging into the root account is disabled by default. This is done for security purposes. In case an account is compromised, it means the attacker will not automatically have root permissions as well.
If you already have some experience as a Linux system administrator, chances are you know what cron is and what it does. If you’re just starting working with Linux, it’s essential knowledge that will certainly serve you later. Either way, if you already have the knowledge, this article will refresh it. If not, you will get a guide to start you up. So you’re only expected to have some basic knowledge of Linux systems and, as usual, a desire to learn.
When performing digital reconnaissance or penetrating testing, it’s important to fingerprint a network by understanding what operating system is used on a remote a host.
The purpose of this tutorial is to host a simple web server using only Python on a Linux system. This produces a very lightweight web server and works well to host a microservice, a browser-based file manager, or to test a website without deploying a full web server such as Apache or NGINX.