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How to setup Free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates with ISPConfig 3

Let’s Encrypt is an initiative to provide a better way of enabling encryption on websites. It is open, automated and above all: it offers free SSL certificates. Obtaining SSL certificates was always a bit of a hassle and now thanks to Let’s Encrypt and Certbot, finding a certificate authority, doing regular payment,…

Category : Servers   03-12-2019   by Luigi Nori

How to install Letsencrypt Certificates with Certbot in Ubuntu

In this article we will explain how to install, manage and configure the SSL Security certificate, Let's Encypt in NGINX server used as proxy. This certificate is free but does not offer any guarantee and has to be renewed every 3 months. We recommend that users with shell access use the…

Category : Servers   09-05-2020   by admin admin

How to Set up a Fully Functional Mail Server on Ubuntu 16.04 with iRedMail

How to Set up a Fully Functional Mail Server on Ubuntu 16.04 with iRedMail

Setting up your own mail server from scratch on Linux is complex and tedious, until you meet iRedMail. This tutorial is going to show you how you can easily and quickly set up a full-fledged mail server on Ubuntu 16.04 with iRedMail under 30 minutes. What is iRedMail? iRedMail is a shell…

Category : Networking   08-08-2018   by admin admin

Syncronize Files Between Servers With RSYNC

Syncronize Files Between Servers With RSYNC

Synchronize Files With rsync Synchronizing files from one server to another is quite awesome. You can use it for backups, for keeping web servers in sync, and much more. It's fast and it doesn't take up as much bandwidth as normal copying would. And the best thing is, it can be…

Category : Networking   03-02-2014   by admin admin

Syncronize Files Between Two Ubuntu Servers Using Unison and Incron

Syncronize Files Between Two Ubuntu Servers Using Unison and Incron

File Synchronization Between Two Ubuntu Servers using Unison Unison is a file-synchronization tool for Unix and Windows. It allows two replicas of a collection of files and directories to be stored on different hosts (or different disks on the same host), modified separately, and then brought up to date by propagating…

Category : Networking   21-06-2013   by admin admin