Tag Archives: CentOS
This is a tutorial on how to forward connections from Nginx to httpd in CentOS. First of all, you have to edit the Nginx configuration file for the domain you want to forward. Flattr this!
Sometimes you may need to give someone access to load files onto your server. I personally don’t like FTP because it’s insecure und frankly I don’t want to set up a FTP-Server just for that. The problem with SFTP is that the user can look through your folders and has shell access. This is a tutorial on how to setup a chrooted SFTP account without shell access. Continue reading
In this tutorial I will show you how to set up Mailman with Postfix and Nginx on CentOS 6. I assume you have already set up Nginx to server CGI scripts using fcgiwrap like I’ve shown you in the previous post. Continue reading
In this post I will show you how to serve CGI scripts with Nginx on CentOS 6 using fcgiwrap. Continue reading