Part I of a two-part series on building a data-driven web site using your Mac mini ISP-In-A-Box.
Today we go “live” with our ISP-In-A-Box server connecting it to a real domain name for all the Internet to see.
Chapter 7 in our ISP-In-A-Box series covers network security for your new Mac mini super-server.
You can’t be your own ISP without having some pretty bar graphs and pie charts to impress your friends with how well you’re doing. And no one does them better than The Webalizer. So today we want to add Webalizer to our ISP-In-A-Box and henceforth you’ll have daily statistics for your web site that you can review and analyze ad nauseum. These include summaries of hits, files, pages, and kilobytes for each hour of the day, each day of the… Read More ›
Find out why millions of people are switching to RSS readers such as NetNewsWire for the Mac rather than surfing the web with a web browser.
This is Chapter V in our ISP-In-A-Box Series on the Mac mini. In this session, we cover installation of WebMin,a must-have application for every web server.
This is Part IV in our ISP-In-A-Box series on Webifying Your Mac mini. Today we cover installation of PHP and phpMyAdmin.
This is the third in a five-part HOW-TO series on Webifying Your Mac. Today’s article covers the installation of MySQL on your shiny new Mac mini.