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MacGyver added a question in SupportCPPS Suggestions on a Linux WebserverIâ€™m looking for someone to point me in the right direction and Maverick suggested I start a thread in here.
I have a Linux webserver that I use for hosting sites I build. Recently I set up an account on the server for a couple of friends that wanted to learn more about building sites, hosting, etc. and theyâ€™ve been using it to play with static sites they built. Anyway a week or so ago I was asked if I would let them put up a CPPS site to play with so they could learn about more of the db side of things. Not really to be a public site as much as just for them to learn from. I told them Iâ€™d check into it and since then Iâ€™ve been trying to find a safe source code, and find out how to make it work on a webserver since most of the tutorials Iâ€™ve found are for running it on a desktop.
Could any of you point me in the right direction? Iâ€™ve been told to use iCPPS, but then was warned about some things going on with crashing those sites, and it was suggested I go with Penguin Elite. I found PEv2, but was then warned that it has an exploit.
I just want to find something that is safe and secure as I obviously donâ€™t want to expose the server to any exploits. If anyone could tell me where to get a good source and tell me how to go about configuring it on a Red Hat server I'd greatly appreciate it.
Thanks in advance.
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MacGyver added a topic in Introductions / GoodbyeHey everyoneI found this place through one of your members. I was asking him a question that he couldn't answer, but he was kind enough to suggest that I join here. Since then I've gotten to know a few of you by PM, and gained some great insight. Then Maverick suggested I post in here to say hello.
I suppose I'm more of an I.T. guy than a programmer, but I am catching on and I do a lot of web programming/site building, hosting etc. I started out in notepad, but finally made the jump to some content management platforms like Joomla. I've also built a few forums like this one in the past, so I'm not sure how much I can contribute, but I'll be glad to answer whatever questions I can. Maybe some of you will have some Sonicwall or VPN questions I can help with.
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