[How-To] Apache with Self-signed Certificate on FreeBSD 12

[How-To] Apache with Self-signed Certificate on FreeBSD 12

This tutorial by user Amos Mibey will show you how to set up Apache with SSL certificate on your FreeBSD operating system. Apache is an Open Source HTTP Server, serving about a third of all active websites across the world wide web. For the full set of instructions,...
[How-To] Install Bolt CMS on FreeBSD 12

[How-To] Install Bolt CMS on FreeBSD 12

This guide from Vultr shows us how to set up Bolt on your FreeBSD 12 system. Bolt is an Open Source content management system known for its simplicity, ease of use, and elegant templates. See the link below for the full set of instructions. Bolt is an open source CMS...
Obtaining an Active-Passive ProxySQL on FreeBSD

Obtaining an Active-Passive ProxySQL on FreeBSD

User Gabriel Ciciliani talks about setting up a MySQL architecture using ProxySQL, an Open Source and high-performance proxy for MySQL, on their FreeBSD system. See the link below to read more about Ciciliani’s use case for a highly-available architecture that...
Moving back to Lighttpd

Moving back to Lighttpd

F5 recently acquired NGINX and user High5! decided to roll back to lighttpd. Lighttpd is an Open Source web server application that is optimized for speed and is secure, flexible, and standards compliant. The user details what configuration changes they made to their...
[How-To] Install Webmin on FreeBSD 12

[How-To] Install Webmin on FreeBSD 12

In this tutorial, user Josphat Mutai shows us how to get Webmin set up on your FreeBSD 12 operating system. Webmin is an open-source system configuration tool that allows you to manage your server via a web UI. See the link below for the full set of instructions. With...
The many ways to launch FreeBSD in EC2

The many ways to launch FreeBSD in EC2

FreeBSD contributor Colin Percival shows us the various ways one can launch FreeBSD in Amazon EC2. EC2 (Elastic Cloud Compute) is a cloud computing service provided by Amazon. His blog discusses SSH, FreeBSD AMI, via rc.conf, and others. Talking to FreeBSD users...