This time I’m taking a look at how to use Apache on your own virtual server. I’ve already set up my own virtual server with Digital Ocean, but you can use any other service as well, there are loads of them. Be sure to compare the pricing and reviews when choosing your host!
As per usual I’m using my HP EliteBook 2570p as a local computer and SSH to connect to my virtual server hosted by Digital Ocean. I’m running Xubuntu 16.04.3 locally and Ubuntu 16.04.3 on my virtual server (1GB RAM).
This is an assignment for a Linux server course taught by Tero Karvinen. Continue reading “Basic virtual server configuration”
Today I’m taking a quick look at Apache, the world’s most popular server software. As usual I’m running Xubuntu 16.04.3 on an HP EliteBook 2570p. This post is an assignment for a course I’m attending, taught by Tero Karvinen. Continue reading “Installing, testing and running Apache”
This is a more linear post where I explain how to use the terminal emulator on Xubuntu and a bit about SSH. I’m attending a course taught by Tero Karvinen and these actions are part of an assignment. The computer I’m using is an HP EliteBook 2570p and the OS version is Xubuntu 16.04.3. Continue reading “(Xubuntu) Using the terminal emulator”
Okay, so right now I’m attending a course where we get acquainted with Linux, in relation to servers to be specific. As an assignment, my job is to learn to use the Xubuntu distribution. For the next few weeks I’ll be posting tutorials concerning Xubuntu and other related stuff. Let’s get started! Continue reading “Getting started with Linux – Choosing a distro, installation and first steps”
Alright, so the robot arm that me and Mark Laatikainen were building is finally finished. After a lot of… adjusting, we managed to finish the prototype successfully. There were some changes to the initial plan, so here’s a summary of our progress. Continue reading “Building a robot arm – Days 3 and 4, finished prototype”