I recently installed Ubuntu Server for the first time followed by LAMP. My plan is to have a separate computer to host my websites. So, next step I wanted to allow for FTP uploading. I'd heard of FTP servers and guessed this was the step required to open a server up to FTP access (much in the same way as installing SSH server to allow SSH access).
We have a mail server which has Zimbra installed on it and a file server. Folks use the same login information they use to access their email to access the file server. So the file server is using the same LDAP server as the mail server.
Couple days ago, at around 12 PM all of the sudden, the SSH connection to the mail server failed. The mail server itself was up and running just fine.
I have a server running 9.10 desktop, and previously in version 8, my windows computer could see the 2 additional drives in the server. I installed Samba and shared (what I thought) was everything and I see the files on the main drive, but cannot view the 2 additional drives.
I have LAMP installed on a PC that is running Ubuntu 11.10. LAMP was running fine but I had to restart the PC because Unity was messing up (as it often does) and the tool bar had disappeared. When it started up, I was unable to fire up any php files. I have a file index.php in /var/www. It is owned by www-data as is the directory that it is in. The LAN address of the server is 192.168.1.10.
Hi so this weekend I set up a server computer using some old computer parts, its running ubuntu 13.10 Desktop. I made a script to automount a hard drive and ubuntu is set to share this file. I can find it on my windows 7 computer no problem and access it but I am not having that leasure with my linux mint laptop.