Time
1 hour 18 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:01
Hello. Welcome to the next video
00:03
and it's a video will be installing our Web server.
00:07
To start. We're going to create a new virtual machine.
00:10
Click new,
00:13
Call us whatever you want. I'm just following along with my documentation.
00:18
It's gonna be a Lennox server. And he bought 2 64 bit
00:25
good news about web servers, is they?
00:28
I really don't need a lot of ram unless you have a very complex Web application
00:32
you're low on. Resource is, you could drop this down to 5 12 banks of RAM. But I'm gonna keep mine at 10. 24.
00:40
When you create a virtual hard disk,
00:43
beady eye image,
00:46
*** size,
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I'm gonna leave it attained gigs.
00:52
And if you refer to your documentation, you can slip the install path
01:02
and then create
01:30
You know, that our virtual machines created we can hit. Start.
01:38
We're gonna select our startup disk
01:53
to make this a little easier. See you consume it.
02:01
I select your language
02:06
and still you want to server
02:17
selected language
02:20
location
02:24
keep where Lay up.
02:37
If you know this, this is very similar to when we installed a lockable
02:53
name. Assess whatever you want. I'm just gonna fall along, find documentation,
03:02
user name
03:08
and our root password
03:16
again. Given that this is a lab I generally stick with same week Password.
03:24
This wasn't a lot of environment. I would recommend encrypting your home directory.
03:30
But given that this is a lab, you could just continue.
03:46
We're gonna be using the entire disc.
03:52
There's our virtual box, me, I hard disk,
03:58
and we're gonna accept the changes.
04:16
We're not gonna be using an HD to be proxy.
04:42
This option is really depending on how do you want to use this Web server You're planning on using this? Left for an extended period of time, I'd recommend installing security updates.
04:50
I'm gonna leave it. Go For now, though,
04:58
in this part, you can automatically install various on X packages.
05:01
We're gonna be selecting the lamp server
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you hit space to select.
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We're also going to be adding in an open sshh server.
05:14
Enter to continue.
05:24
We can leave this blank for now
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again. We're gonna leave this blank.
05:59
We can install the grub loader.
06:04
Now that the installation is complete, we can continue.
06:17
At this point, we're actually gonna power down.
06:27
We're gonna go into the machine settings
06:30
network.
06:32
We're gonna put this on the host only. Network
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power back on.
06:53
Enter
07:29
How we come again.
07:41
Our next step is giving this machine a static i p address.
07:45
In order to do that way to edit the interfaces file,
07:49
which is located in Etc
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Network
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and interfaces.
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You can see it's a text file here.
08:05
We can edit it with NATO.
08:18
You two go down to the bottom of the file,
08:24
typing in it static.
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And since we're not using th cp, we have to specify the static. I p address
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This again should be in our lab documentation.
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What might not be in our live documentation is the mask.
08:52
If you're following any normal slash 24 address scheme is gonna be 25525555.0
09:01
The network.
09:09
The road? Yes.
09:20
In order to save a file on Nana
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hit control
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X,
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you knew this down at the bottom.
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Why? To save
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entered toe, overwrite the file.
09:43
Get type clear.
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That brings your problem back to the top of the screen.
09:50
To confirm the changes, we can catch the interfaces file
09:56
and we can see our changes were saved
10:03
at this point, we've successfully installed a Web server and configure static I P addressing
10:07
and our next video we install our Cali land experience machine.

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