vsftpd error 550 permission denied when trying to create file / folderview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am struggling to work out why when I try to ftp files to my debian server (running turnkey LAMP 12.1) I am getting a permission denied error (550 permission denied). selinux is turned off, have checked this with sestatus and the file /etc/sysconfig/selinux doesnt exist. I have the following settings in vsftp.conf: Quote: listen=YES anonymous_enable=NO write_enable=Y (HowTos)

Recover CentOS missing YUM and RPMview story

http://serverfault.com – This is the history: I have (or had), a linux box with CentOS 5.9 and a pre installed LAMP configuration. It was working but was too out of date, for instance mysql was version 4. (HowTos)

DigitalOcean Wants To Challenge Amazon, Linode And Co. With Better Prices, Marketing And Focus On Simplicityview story

http://techcrunch.com – DigitalOcean is quickly becoming a household name in the web-hosting world. For $5 a month, the company lets you rent a basic virtual private server (or “droplets,” as the company calls them) with 512MB of RAM and a 20GB of SSD-powered hard disk space in one of its three locations (two in the U.S. and one in Amsterdam). (IT news)

The Lumio Lamp Looks Like The Most Beautiful Book You’ve Never Readview story

http://techcrunch.com – Sometimes the best Kickstarter projects are the simplest ones. Lumio is a lamp masquerading as a beautiful hardcover book with a wooden finish. To turn the lamp on, you open it up. To turn it off, you close. It’s equal parts simplicity and ingenuity. Lumio came into being when architect and designer Max Gunawan was trying to design a modular home that could fit inside a compact car. (IT news)

Is it time to add a serverview story

http://serverfault.com – This question is about figuring out is horizontal scaling by adding servers is the next step or not. Here is the context: About 1400 concurrent users at peak time (between 11:00am-4:00pm) in Google Analytics Real-time stats. And it also show spikes of up to 75 pages per second and average per minute of about 1000. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] PHP error reporting is not working...view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Greetings every one.. how are you? hope fine .. however. i m not sure if this is right forum or area to post this topic.. but as i am facing problem.. at least you could help me to guide me where to get help... i have installed ubuntu 12 on virtual box and setup LAMP server.. it's working good.. but i am facing a problem.. (Hardware)

Looking to host client sites with mediatemple (ve)view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm currently providing my clients with hosting through hostgator reseller but my new CMS depends on PHP => 5.4, I needed something else. I'll be using WHM/Cpanel and probably WHMCS for the billing part. I first looked at rackspace "cloud servers". (HowTos)

Setting up a VPNview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I develop websites. I bought a VPS a while ago and decided to turn it into a development server for me and some buddies. Now, because these are websites, I want to be able to access the development versions of the websites on the server. For this, I set up a LAMP stack which works perfectly. Next step is access control to the development websites. Originally, I was going to filter request by IP. (HowTos)

Securely running LAMP under a specific userview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm setting up a sandbox type of server that will be used by a couple users as a development environment and knowledge base. The server will have a web frontend so I've installed Apache, MySQL and PHP. Out of the box, everything under /var/www is owner by root:root. I haven't run a web server in a while but I'm pretty sure this isn't the best way of doing things. (HowTos)

Permissions/Owernship issue on local LAMP installview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a local dev environment set up with a LAMP stack, it's used for WordPress development. Now, whenever I want to edit a file in /var/www/mysite I need to type in sudo before I can edit anything. This is obviously a unnecessary, and I was wondering what I need to set up to fix this issue. (HowTos)