I have a dedicate Linux server on a data center and now i installed LAMP on it, it works perfectly, But i have a question. I have to config this server to sell shared hots to customers, then i need to install Cpanel or Direct admin or one of others... but because of i want to learn system core, i don't want to install this things, I want to manage whole system by Linux commands... how i can do this? i mean what is the starting point? i know Linux and its concepts and work with it everyday. i need some references to my goal. please help me to do this. i want to learn new things and sell my hosts beside it... thanks
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To start with, you should know your systems abilities before you configure the server as a shared hosting server. The key components are, Network(UP/DOWN), CPU, Memory and disk space. As a side note, do not use LAMP server. Instead use a package manager provided by your Operating System and install these services one by one.
Secondly, if you are configuring the server to host multiple websites from the same IP address you should be reading about vhosts (Virtual Hosts).
Hope this puts you in the right track.