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Need Glype proxy help.....

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by kkvsam, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. kkvsam

    kkvsam Senior Member

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    Hey,
    I have few domains(around 10). I bought dedicated server which is running CentOS.I would like to use Ad-sense for these domains with glype. I like to forward all traffic to this dedicated server.

    Is there any script or anything can change contents ,themes when the traffic comes from different domains. which means my domains says like abc.com, def.com,xyz.com..

    when the traffic comes to abc.com , my server should show different content , theme than def.com or xyz.com. all should be different.

    Is there any way to do this. Because BIG goo-gle doesn't like duplicate contents. So any one can help me to do this accurately or any suggestions without getting banned my AD-sense account.

    Thanks.
     
  2. bpaw

    bpaw Junior Member

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    I'm not quite sure I understand your post but from my understanding, you want to host multiple domains on a single server. Each domain will be a Glype proxy and you need each website to look different.

    Just setup a virtual host for each domain and setup a Glype proxy for each. Most web server software such as Apache or lighttpd can do this.
     
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  3. kkvsam

    kkvsam Senior Member

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    Can you tell me what is the fastest web server and not require lot of recourses.?
    Which one you recommended?
     
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    bpaw Junior Member

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    I personally use Apache. It is very mature and reliable.

    However, I hear very good things about other web servers like lighttpd and nginx. I've played around with both but never put either into production so I cannot really comment too much on them.
     
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