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Hello, it seems that this is my first post in this forum. I have been using linux for about three years. First with Ubuntu, then Backtrack(basically a security focused Ubuntu ...
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    Hello, it seems that this is my first post in this forum. I have been using linux for about three years. First with Ubuntu, then Backtrack(basically a security focused Ubuntu 10.10), then linux mint, then Fedora, and finally settled on Red Hat Enterprise Desktop. I am very happy with my choice.

    I am really interested in running a home webserver of Red Hat Desktop. I know the ins and outs of linux, c++, and java, but I am sad to reveal I know very little about web design.

    Where should I start? I want to focus on the LAMP stack so do any of you have any book/resource suggestions? I love books :P

    Thank you!

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    Welcome!

    The basic webstack for most webservers is Linux, Apache2, MySQL, and PHP.

    Since you're running RHEL, you have the Linux part down.

    Apache2 is the 'webserver' software. This is the software that handles requests from remote clients to download webpages, etc. It or another webserver is required to serve website content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by absal0m View Post
    I am really interested in running a home webserver of Red Hat Desktop.

    Where should I start? I want to focus on the LAMP stack so do any of you have any book/resource suggestions?
    Hello and welcome aboard!

    One or more of the following articles should get you started:

    redhat.com | LAMP Web development

    redhat.com | How to set up a home web server

    https://access.redhat.com/knowledge/...config-ui.html

    ONLamp.com

    Do let us know how it goes.
    oz

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