Category Archives: Linux Tips & Tutorials

“Failed authorization procedure” when trying to renew Certbot certificate

In this tutorial will guide you to fix the following SSL renew error.

How to Change SSH port in Linux

SSH (Secure Shell) daemon is a network protocol that is used to perform remotely secured logins to Linux systems via a secured channel through unsecured networks using strong cryptography.

How to Setup Password Authentication with Apache

In some cases, we may need to secure our website so that only authenticated users can access the website. We can protect our website at the server level using Apache Password Authentication.

How to Configure Monit

Monit is a free opensource supervision tool for Unix and Linux operation systems. It helps you to monitor system process using the web browser and also whenever requires it automatically do the maintenance or repair of the particular process in such a way that it can be brought back online.

How to Configure Awstats

AWStats (Advanced Web Statistics) is a free web analytics reporting tool. It generates advanced web, streaming, FTP, or mail server statistics. AWStats analyzes server log files and produces HTML reports in a nice graphical display.

How to Create and Clone a Repository in Git

When you’re starting a new coding project the first thing to do is create the project’s Git repository.

How to Install & Configure Git

Git is a free and open-source version control system used to handle small to very large projects efficiently.
It is used to track changes in the source code, enabling multiple developers to work together on non-linear development. 

Best Security Practices for PHP & MySQL

PHP offers robust security inside out, but it is in the hands of developers to implement them correctly. In this article, we will look at some PHP security tips for Linux admins. The tips will help you secure your Web application and ensure proper functioning in the long run.

Best Security Practices for NGINX Webserver

Nginx is a lightweight, high-performance web server/reverse proxy and e-mail (IMAP/POP3) proxy. It runs on UNIX, GNU/Linux, BSD variants, Mac OS X, Solaris, and Microsoft Windows.

How to configure ssh keys on github

If you use GitHub, it is always better to setup ssh key as it it will save you all the time that you will spend entering your email address and password into the console every time you push a commit could have been spent coding.