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bugmage 06-02-07 08:17 AM

linux newb trying to setup lamp server
 
I installed ubuntu 7 server
registered my domain on godaddy
-installed php, msq, apache2, myphpadmin(havnt used yet), ruby on rails
-got it to the point that i can type in the ip from another computer on the same roughter and get a webpage
-tryed to setup listening ports and do dns but im not 100% sure
-im at work till 5pm so i cant test it now but im wondering if anyone knows a good guide that will get me the rest of the way or can just tell me something like
1. put dns address in the file...
2. go to go daddy forward it to this ip... something like that

also which will probably be an issue my setup
modem>vonage roughter> dlink roughter> server

bugmage 06-02-07 10:59 AM

Re: linux newb trying to setup lamp server
 
bump, i knew the web ran on microsoft :)

t3hl33td4rg0n 06-04-07 11:06 AM

Re: linux newb trying to setup lamp server
 
First off, do you have a static IP?

Have you setup port porwarding on your router so it can be accessed from outside the NAT?

evilghost 06-04-07 01:05 PM

Re: linux newb trying to setup lamp server
 
You're using double-NAT which is bad. You need to 'slave' the Vonage Router off the D-Stink, or just use the Vonage router and the D-Stink as a switch.

atriq 06-27-07 11:11 PM

Re: linux newb trying to setup lamp server
 
Quote:

modem>vonage roughter> dlink roughter> server
Yeah, this will be a problem. You'd have to port forward from the Vonage router to the dlink, and again with the dlink to server connection. That's a lot of unnecessary configuration. Go with one of evilghost's options.

machiner 07-26-07 05:38 PM

Re: linux newb trying to setup lamp server
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by bugmage
bump, i knew the web ran on microsoft :)

Not even close.

Listen, I don't want to dissuade you, too much, but if you're a rookie you may be over your head setting your Linux box up as a server. There are many considerations to make with respect to access and security...and more.

How about you host somewhere first, say for a year. Get to know scripts, learn about exploits, security memory and all that. Setup a local web server so you can learn and practice...there are a zillion ways to set up LAMP.


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