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In this slide i present hoe\\w to make your web hosting server on your Linux server

In this slide i present hoe\\w to make your web hosting server on your Linux server

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  • 1. Govt. Engg . College Jhalawar<br />Summer<br />TrainingPresentation<br />
  • 2. Name Kuldeep Gautam<br />Branch Computer Science and Engineering<br />College Id. 2007UCS029<br />Roll No. 07EEJCS028<br />Training Company<br />Grras Linux Training and Development Center <br />Jaipur<br />
  • 3. Software Installation<br />In Linux Software is install two types:<br />First:<br />rpm Command:<br /> Rat hat Packet Manager<br /><ul><li>What is an RPM Package?</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>It’s a piece of software, all put in one RPM file.</li></ul> • For example, I am using the. . . let’s see. . .<br /><ul><li>$ rpm -q evince -</li></ul>evince-0.5.1-3. . . software package to display these notes.<br /> • The name of the package is evince.<br /> • The version of the package is 0.5.1<br /> • The release is 3<br />
  • 4. Advantages of RPM packages:<br /><ul><li>You can install a new package easily with one operation
  • 5. You can uninstall a package just as easily
  • 6. the package can contain information about what else it needs to work properly
  • 7. The RPM system includes a database with lots of Information about how the files should be installed, their size, owner, type,. . .</li></li></ul><li>rpm Commands: <br />rpm -qa | less <br /> list all installed software packages<br />rpm -q httpd <br /> show the version of the httpd package, if it is installed<br />rpm -qa | grep httpd <br /> show all installed packages that have httpd in their name<br />rpm -ql httpd <br /> list all files in the httpd package<br />
  • 8. rpm -qd httpd <br /> list all documentation files in the httpd package<br />rpm -qc httpd <br /> list all configuration files in the httpd package<br />rpm -qi httpd <br /> display information about the package<br />rpm -V httpd <br /> verify that the httpd package is correctly installed<br />rpm -qf /etc/passwd <br /> determine which package the /etc/passwd file belongs to<br />
  • 9. rpm’s problem:<br />rpm tool requires dependency resolution<br /><ul><li>program x depends on library y
  • 10. library y must be in place
  • 11. if library y isn’t there, you must obtain an install it separately
  • 12. finding library y can be hard
  • 13. library y has its own dependencies</li></li></ul><li>Second:<br /><ul><li>The Yellow dog Updater, Modified (YUM) is an open-source command – line package - management utility for </li></ul>RPM-compatible Linux operating systems <br /><ul><li>Released under the GNU General Public License It was developed by Seth Vidal and a group of volunteer programmers.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Yum repositories</li></ul>A separate tool, createrepo, sets up yum repositories, generating the necessary XMLmetadata <br />Yum Steps:<br /><ul><li>Install createrepo by rpm command</li></ul> rpm -ivh createrepo<br />
  • 14. <ul><li>Create repo of Software pakages</li></ul> createrepo -v pakage name<br /><ul><li>Create a repo file in yum.reposd with extension .repo
  • 15. Do entry in repo file by following method:</li></ul> [software name]<br /> baseurl=file:///pakage path<br /> gpgcheck=0<br />
  • 16. <ul><li>Clean up yum </li></ul> yum clean all<br /><ul><li>Install the softwares</li></ul> yum install soft ware_name<br /><ul><li>Uninstall soft wares</li></ul> yum remove soft ware_name<br />
  • 17. D.N.S. Server<br />Domain Name System:<br /><ul><li>DNS is a network service that enables clients to resolve names to IP address and vice-versa.
  • 18. Allows machines to be logically grouped by domain names
  • 19. Provides email routing information</li></li></ul><li>D.N.S. Hierarchy:<br />
  • 20. <ul><li>A DNS server maintains the name to IP address mapping of the domain for which it is the name server.
  • 21. The DNS server for a domain is registered with the domain registrar and the entry is maintained by the Internet Root-Servers or Country Level Root-Servers.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Whenever a server is queried, if doesn’t have the answer, the root servers are contacted.
  • 22. The root servers refer to the DNS server for that domain </li></ul> (in case the domain is a top level domain) or the Country Root Server (in case the domain is country level domain).<br />
  • 23.
  • 24. Port No.: 53<br />Soft wares : bind<br /> bind-utils<br /> caching-nameserver<br />Configuration steps of D.N.S.:<br />First: <br /><ul><li>Install the soft wares which is used in D.N.S.
  • 25. bind-utils is already installed</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>yum install bind
  • 26. yum install caching-nameserver</li></ul>Second:<br /><ul><li>Open the configuration file /etc/named.conf and do the entry following:</li></li></ul><li>
  • 27. Third:<br /><ul><li>Go to /var/named
  • 28. command cd /var/named
  • 29. Copy the localhost.zone file into the forward file
  • 30. command cp localhost.zone forward
  • 31. Copy the named.local file into the reverse file
  • 32. command cp named.local reverse</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Change group of both forward and reverse file:
  • 33. chgrp named forward
  • 34. chgrp named reverse
  • 35. Open the forward , reverse and resolve.conf files and fills the following entry</li></li></ul><li>
  • 36.
  • 37.
  • 38. Fourth:<br /> Starts the following services<br /> Comm. Service named start<br /> Permanently server on Comm. <br /> chkconfig named on <br />Fifth:<br /> Lookup the server:<br /> comm. nslookup address (forward)<br /> nslookup ip address (reverse)<br />
  • 39. Lookup of www.gecj.ac.in<br />Reverse lookup of 172.24.0.254<br />
  • 40. Look up of kuldeep.gecj.ac.in<br />Reverse lookup of 172.24.0.254<br />
  • 41. WebServer(ApacheServer)<br /><ul><li>The Apache HTTP Server, commonly referred to as Apache Web Server software notable for playing a key role in the initial growth of the World Wide web
  • 42. Apache is developed and maintained by an open community of developers under the auspices of the Apache Software Foundation</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Apache supports a variety of features, many implemented as compiled modules which extend the core functionality. These can range from server-side programming language support to authentication schemes. Some common language interfaces support Perl, Python , Tcl and PHP
  • 43. Virtual hosting allows one Apache installation to serve many different actual websites. For example, one machine with one Apache installation could simultaneously serve </li></ul> www.example.com, www.test.com, <br /> test47.test-server.test.com, etc. <br />
  • 44.
  • 45. Port No.: 80<br />Soft wares : httpd<br /> httpd-manual<br /> httpd-devel<br />Configuration File: /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf<br />Configuration steps of Web Server:<br /> First: <br /><ul><li>Install the soft wares which is used in Web Server
  • 46. Comm. yum install httpd*</li></li></ul><li>Second:<br /><ul><li>Open the configuration file</li></ul> /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf and do the entry following:<br />
  • 47.
  • 48. <ul><li>Copy last seven lines and change the following:
  • 49. Set document root where your index page is save
  • 50. Set server name which open this page
  • 51. Set Document Root where your Web pages are saved
  • 52. Set Server name which you resolve by D.N.S. Server</li></li></ul><li>
  • 53. Third:<br /><ul><li>Start the service</li></ul> Comm. Service httpd start<br /> chkconfig httpd on<br />Fourth:<br /><ul><li>Open the web pages in the web browser or by command</li></ul> Comm. elinks www.gecj.ac.in<br /> elinks kuldeep.gecj.ac.in<br />
  • 54. www.gecj.ac.in<br />
  • 55.
  • 56. kuldeep.gecj.ac.in<br />

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