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I work in a school and I'd like to set up a small webspace for several hundred students, maybe 5 Mb each, with MySQL and PHP enabled. These would be ...
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- 08-24-2005 #1
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Hundreds of websites on one server? Best way to go.
I work in a school and I'd like to set up a small webspace for several hundred students, maybe 5 Mb each, with MySQL and PHP enabled. These would be for internal (Intranet) access only. They'd need to be able to upload using FTP. In effect I guess I'm trying to set myself up as a inschool ISP.
I quite enjoy the challenge of getting things like this working, but I'd be grateful if anyone could point me in the right direction to get this setup.
- 08-24-2005 #2
do they all have a "home" type partition that gets mounted when they log on?
You could do a similar solution to what my uni had.
a Linux server, which stored all the files. and on that computer, run apache with the homedir stuff, such that going to:
If their documents are not stored on the same computer as the webserver, then a simoilar solution with ftp to ~/public_html should work out ok.
Hope this explains reasonably."I am not an alcoholic, alcoholics go to meetings"
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- 08-26-2005 #3
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