This tutorial assumes that you have a running Ubuntu Server, that networking has been set up, and that you have ssh access.
Apache2 is the default web-server used by many Linux installations. It is not the only one available, or the best for all circumstances, but it covers many usage scenarios. During the installation, you may be asked which web-server to reconfigure automatically. Answer ‘apache2’.
Use the following command to install Apache2 and other libraries.
Update Timezone and Check Correct Time
To reduce confusion with shared or mirrored data, all servers ought to run as close to as in-sync as possible. Some cryptographic key management systems require accurate time. Lastly, for corporate servers, Sarbanes-Oxley and HIPAA Security Rules require…
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