Configuring SSL for Apache on Debian or Ubuntu

Submitted by Will Jackson on Sun, 04/22/2012 - 2:47pm

Manually configuring SSL for Apache can be tricky for the beginner or those coming from a shared hosting where everything is handled from a control panel such as cPanel or Webmin.  The following tutorial will guide you through the steps required for configuring SSL on a Debian based operating system such as Ubuntu, Debian Mint, or good old vanilla Debian.  The operating system used for this tutorial was Debian 6 Squeeze.

Configure Postfix to Forward E-mail to an External Address

Submitted by Will Jackson on Sat, 10/08/2011 - 3:00am

If you're new to running your own web server or VPS, you may find the need to configure email addresses.  Due to it's popularity and proven stability, Postfix was used for this example and was tested used Debian 6 Squeeze.  The following tutorial will outline the steps required for creating new email address for virtualhosts hosted on your server that forward to an external email address such as Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, Hotmail, or any other address that you desire.

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