Category: FAQ tagged "web-server" containing ""

Category: How to: Apache Web Server Guide

InterWorx-CP integrates with the Apache webserver. The Web Server management page in NodeWorx allows the user to to start, stop, or restart the webserver on command from a web interface. It also allows the user to configure the webserver to start automatically on server reboot, and auto-restart the webserver if it does for any reason […]

ApacheWeb Server
Nov 15, 2012, 7:19 pmBy: InterWorx
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Category: How to: Configure Web Server Options

Purpose The following procedure explains how to configure Apache server options using InterWorx. The most common configuration options are exposed in the InterWorx interface. As with many of the system services, a system administrator still retains the ability to configure the service by editing the configuration file. How to: Configure Web Server Options Click the┬áSystem […]

ApacheWeb Server
Nov 16, 2012, 8:58 pmBy: InterWorx
30 votes, 3.00 avg. rating (59% score)
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Category: How is creating a SiteWorx account called forum.mysite.com different from just creating the subdomain forum within the mysite.com SiteWorx account?

Creating a subdirectory will simply create a forum directory inside the html directory for the subdomain’s files. /home/mysiteco/mysite.com/html/forum/ While creating the SiteWorx account forum.mysite.com will have the same functionality as any other SiteWorx account. It will have it’s own Linux user and home directory completely separate from mysite.com /home/mysiteco/mysite.com/html/ /home/forummys/forum.mysite.com/html/

Web Server
Nov 12, 2012, 8:51 pmBy: InterWorx
6 votes, 2.67 avg. rating (52% score)
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Category: Is it possible to change the port InterWorx Control Panel runs on?

Yes, but it should only be done in extreme cases such as if you are behind a firewall and do not have access to opening the correct port. Make sure to find a port that you know is open and not being used by something else to minimize conflicts. To change the port InterWorx runs […]

Web Server
Nov 12, 2012, 8:53 pmBy: InterWorx
7 votes, 2.57 avg. rating (51% score)
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Category: Where is Perl installed?

perl is installed in /usr/bin/perl (many install scripts ask this)

Web Server
Nov 12, 2012, 8:48 pmBy: InterWorx
7 votes, 2.43 avg. rating (48% score)
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