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Install OpenLiteSpeed (HTTP), PHP 7 & MariaDB on CentOS 7

OpenLiteSpeed is a free and open source, super lightweight HTTP server for Unix-like operating systems including Linux and Windows OS as well – designed by LiteSpeed Technologies. It is feature-rich; high performance HTTP server...

Become a Certified Pentester with Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Course

An Ethical Hacker is a person who assesses the security of computer systems, using various penetration testing techniques. While penetration testing (commonly known as pen testing) is the practice of testing a computer system,...

How to Install Let’s Chat on CentOS and Debian Based Systems

Let’s Chat is a free and open source, self-hosted chat application designed for relatively small teams. It is feature-rich; built using Node.js and employs MongoDB to store the application data. Let’s Chat Features: Supports...

The Internet Belongs to All of Us | Net Neutrality

The internet  is a crazy, amazing, and magical place filled with interesting ideas and endless opportunities. Companies like Netflix, Facebook, and of course cPanel, have come into existence through early curiosity and competition around this space.  Entirely new enterprises have been created that have completely changed the way that we consume and exchange information. And the internet will continue to change at a rate that is faster than we can even fathom.

Install Varnish Cache 5.2 to Boost Apache Performance on CentOS 7

Varnish Cache (commonly known as Varnish), is an open source, popular reverse-proxy HTTP accelerator intended for speeding up web servers. It is engineered for excessively utilized API endpoints and also for dynamic sites that...

3 Ways to Find Out Which Process Listening on a Particular Port

A port is a logical entity which represents an endpoint of communication and is associated with a given process or service in an operating system. In previous articles, we explained how to find out...

Urgent DCV Updates This Week

Versions with the updates have been added to the bottom of this post! ———————————————- The cPanel Market SSL Provider allows webhosts to easily sell DV, EV, and OV SSL certificates through cPanel. Similarly, AutoSSL automatically requests and installs free SSL certificates for hosted domains. Both of these features allow you to install SSL certificates issued by cPanel, and signed by Comodo. Late last week we were alerted to changes that Comodo is making to how they handle domain verification. …

How to Install Different PHP (5.6, 7.0 and 7.1) Versions in Ubuntu

PHP (recursive acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) is an open source, popular general-purpose scripting language that is widely-used and best suited for developing websites and web-based applications. It is a server-side scripting language that...

How to Install Countly Analytics in CentOS and Debian Based Systems

Countly is a feature-rich, open source, highly-extensible real-time mobile & web analytics, push notifications and crash reporting software powering more than 2.5k web sites and 12k mobile applications. It works in a client/server model;...

How to Install Webmin Control Panel in Debian 9

Webmin is a popular, open source web-based system info and administration tool for Unix-like systems including Linux and Windows systems. It is sort of a Linux control panel which enables you to view a...

How to Install Snipe-IT (IT Asset Management) on CentOS and Ubuntu

Snipe-IT is a free and open source, cross-platform, feature-rich IT asset management system built using a PHP framework called Laravel. It is web-based software, which enables IT administrators in medium to large enterprises to...

How to Install Vagrant on CentOS 7

In this article, I am going to demonstrate how to use vagrant to spin up a virtual machine in few minutes on CentOS 7. But first a little introduction to vagrant. Vagrant is an...

Learn Python Programming with This 9-Course Bundle

Python is a powerful, versatile and easy-to-learn high-level programming language used in a wide variety of industries today. It is used to easily build everything from websites, operating system components, software to games and...

Install Nginx with Ngx_Pagespeed (Speed Optimization) on Debian and Ubuntu

In our last article, we showed how to speed up Nginx performance with Ngx_Pagespeed on CentOS 7. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install Nginx with ngx_pagespeed on Debian and Ubuntu system...

How to Move Home Directory to New Partition or Disk in Linux

On any Linux system, one of the directories that will surely grow in size has to be the /home directory. This is because system accounts (users) directories will reside in /home except root account...

How to Install Oracle Database 12c on RHEL/CentOS 7

Oracle database is one of the most widely used relational database management systems (RDBMS) in enterprise environments. Developed, maintained, and supported by Oracle Corporation, this RDBMS is often installed on top of a flavor...

6 Best VPN Services with Lifetime Subscription

To protect your privacy when you are online at home or at a public place (such as an airport or a café), you may want to consider using a Virtual Private Network (VPN. This...

How to Install Samba4 on CentOS 7 for File Sharing on Windows

In our last article, we showed how to install Samba4 on Ubuntu for basic file sharing between Ubuntu systems and Windows machines. Where we looked at configuring anonymous (unsecure) as well as secure file...

Installation of Debian 9 (Stretch) Minimal Server

In this guide, we will walk you through the installation of a Debian 9 (Stretch) Minimal Server, using the netinstall CD ISO image. This installation you will carry out is appropriate for building a...

WHM Frames Have Left the Building

Though we have mentioned the motion a couple times before, we wanted to post a quick note for everyone now that we’re getting close to releasing cPanel & WHM Version 66 to our CURRENT tier and beyond. Frameless WHM has arrived! In v66, we have finally achieved our goal of removing the FRAMEs that separate the left-navigation area and top header areas of WHM from it’s main content area. This completes a goal we started …