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    Hello everyone.I'm new can you all suggest what are the easy steps to host websites on linux platform?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidken View Post
    Hello everyone.I'm new can you all suggest what are the easy steps to host websites on linux platform?
    Get a web hosting account. There are many web hosts out there. You sign up, they give you login details, you upload your files ... and bang, you're online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph.m View Post
    Get a web hosting account. There are many web hosts out there. You sign up, they give you login details, you upload your files ... and bang, you're online.
    @ralph.m:thank u so much.But it would be more clear if u suggest particularly linux.

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    Most web hosts use Linux/Apache anyway. Just check with the host before you sign up. They will tell you on their website what they use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph.m View Post
    Most web hosts use Linux/Apache anyway. Just check with the host before you sign up. They will tell you on their website what they use.
    @ralph.m:thanks u so much

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    Is there any possibility to get FREE DOMAIN or LINUX HOSTING for WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT..


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    Quote Originally Posted by whitefeather View Post
    Is there any possibility to get FREE DOMAIN or LINUX HOSTING for WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT..
    Before posting a question, please search the forums, as there is every chance it has been asked and answered before.

    For example:

    http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/show...3-free-hosting
    http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/show...t-Free-hosting
    http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/show...d-Free-Hosting

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    Many host would provide you with a free domain name on their Annual Packages. However I would not recommend going with a free webhost even for your development purposes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kidken View Post
    @ralph.m:thank u so much.But it would be more clear if u suggest particularly linux.
    Hi

    Red Hat or Centos (A Red Hat look alike ) or Debian are dependable distributions to host Linux and Apache. I prefer Debian (if giving a choice) as I like their package management better than Centos; however this is a personal preference so if you don't have experience with either then it is a bit like rolling the dice.

    You want to make sure you know the end of life for any distribution you choose. You also want to ensure that that a current version of Apache and possible PHP and/or MySQL are part of the distribution. Also you want to ensure that there is a supported management package like WebMin (although that is commonly installed outside of the package management)

    Steve
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    Go to get a cpanel web hosting account. It is the easily step to begin a website. It has built-in templates and a lot of applications.


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