Changes between Version 72 and Version 73 of VmServer


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01/21/17 03:43:34 (9 months ago)
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ChristianB
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     34 * The mod_cgi apache module is by default disabled and need to be enabled (''sudo a2enmod cgi'') before creating the first project
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    3436 * The Linux/PHP/MySQL/Apache software on this VM is not necessarily the latest version.
    3537  If you want the latest version, use 'apt-get update' and 'apt-get upgrade'. Please change the mirror locations in ''/etc/apt/sources.list'' before upgrading to a location near you!
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     39 * The project httpd config created by default contains configuration for Apache 2.2. This VM has 2.4 installed, so you need to change the file a bit (instructions included).
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    3741 * The "sudo" command is available as user "boincadm" and there is an OpenSSH server running by default.
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    3843
    3944=== Network Access === #server-network
     
    7277In this mode, the VM will act like a separate machine on your network.
    7378Scanning the network will reveal two machines, your host and the VM.
    74 Outgoing and incoming connections are possible.
     79Outgoing and incoming connections are possible.
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     81This mode is not be possible in networks that use MAC based security (e.g. University networks, eduroam), you have to use NAT mode for this.
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    7683We recommend that you give the VM a static IP address.
     
    130137However, this limitation can be circumvented using port forwarding.
    131138To do this, use the !VirtualBox Manager (Edit > Network), change the ''Attached to:'' option to NAT, click on ''Advanced'' then ''Port Forwarding''.
    132 More information in [http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch06.html#natforward Configuring port forwarding with NAT]. 
     139More information in [http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch06.html#natforward Configuring port forwarding with NAT].