Configure Linode's Longview service on a ServerPilot installation for collecting stats on CPU, memory, disk, Nginx, Apache, MySQL
Just looking at this tutorial, it seems hard to do, but the majority of it, is pretty simple, and if you got the server up and running, then this tutorial isn't so hard
The next step on our road to becoming a web guru, with the turban, and spices, and mystical rug, (so going to get hate for that line), but whatever, today we learn to install phpMyAdmin in Ubuntu Server, same thing applies if you're using a desktop.
After installing Ubuntu Server, and doing the initial Server set-up; You decide you want to turn it into a web server, well here's how to do just that using the LAMP Stack.
By default XAMPP sets up all the sites you create to have http://localhost as its top level domain, and giving your site http://localhost/site as the url unless you install your site in the top level folder. But what happens when you have multiple sites or you want to test out environments which would require you to have different domains, well I am going to teach you to do just that.
If you are learning to be a developer or building a site, clearly you would need some way of testing what you're building so that you can get rid of whatever bugs your site may have. This is where XAMPP comes in, XAMPP is a packaged development software, that comes with everything you need to set up your test server, and get your work done.