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Repel port flood by CSF and IPT_Recent

by Linux Killer on January 31, 2013

Protect the server from Flood attacks , Using the property Port Flood Protection In firewall CSF . After doing the necessary settings will be able to determine the number of allowed connections Same time for each IP tries to connect to the server.


There are a lot of people do not know what these variables and how they can be used , this Variables exist in php.ini file , the php.ini file is contains settings PHP on server , and for each variable in the php.ini file have a special role and can be disabled and activated with ON and […]

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How To Install Wowza Media Server 3 On CentOS 6

by lifeLinux on November 8, 2012

Wowza Media Server 3 is the high-performance, high-value unified streaming media and video software for any screen. For live or on-demand streaming to computers, mobile devices and IPTV/OTT endpoints, the Wowza® platform delivers superior features, benefits and functionality. This tutorial shows how I can install Wowza Media Server 3 on a CentOS 6.


How To Compile Memcached On CentOS

by lifeLinux on July 28, 2012

Memcached is an in-memory key-value store for small chunks of arbitrary data (strings, objects) from results of database calls, API calls, or page rendering. In this article, I’ll show you “How to compile memcached on CentOS” step-by-step.


lighttpd is an open-source web server more optimized for speed-critical environments than common products while remaining standards-compliant, secure and flexible. This tutorial shows how you can install Lighttpd on a CentOS 6 server with PHP (PHP-FPM).


How To Install Nginx And PHP-FPM On CentOS 6 Via Yum

by lifeLinux on February 16, 2012

In the last article, I showed you how to install Nginx and PHP (PHP-FPM) on CentOS 6 from source. Today, I’m going to show you how to install Nginx with PHP-FPM via yum.


By default Apache server listens on TCP port 80 but I’d like an Apache Web Server to listen on port 80 and port 8080. The following article explains how do I configure Apache server to listen multiple ports under CentOS Linux Server?