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How to Install CloudLinux OS

How to Install CloudLinux OS

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In this guide we will show you How to Install CloudLinux OS. CloudLinux is offered by almost all hosting providers especially in a shared environment that it supports different  webhosting control panels like cPanel, Plesk and DirectAdmin. This OS is a Linux based Operating system especially used in a shared environment to isolates each user in its own light weight virtualized environemnts (LVE). In LVE each user consumes predefined amount of resources for it. The resource usage of...

How To Reset Forgotten Root Password On CentOS 7

How To Reset Forgotten Root Password On CentOS 7

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Mar, 18

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In this tutorial we will show you How To Reset Your Forgotten Root Password On CentOS 7 Servers. You can use this simple trick to reset your forgotten root password for CentOS 7 servers. This tutorial will be handy for administrators who are locked out of their CentOS machine and can’t sign on. Note: This trick will only work if you have direct access to the machine. Since you need boot menu access to do this trick, you can’t reset the root password if you’re remotely...

How to to Reset Forgotten root Password in CentOS

How to to Reset Forgotten root Password in CentOS

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Mar, 18

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In this tutorial we will show you an easy way to reset forgotten root password in CentOS. You can use this article to reset the forgotten root password in CentOS 6.0/6.1/6.2/6.3/6.4/6.5 and Fedora 16/17/18/19/20. First, to reset the root password we must boot the linux system in single user mode. How to Reset Forgotten root Password in CentOS In order to reset forgotten root password in CentOS 6.0/6.1/6.2/6.3/6.4/6.5 and Fedora 16/17/18/19/20 follow below...

How to reset Ubuntu Root Password

How to reset Ubuntu Root Password

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Mar, 18

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I this tutorila we will show you How to reset Ubuntu Root Password. Some times you forget your root password and you get unable to login to your Ubuntu linux system to fix such a problem follow the instructions below to recover your root password. How to How to reset Ubuntu Root Password Step 1 - Reboot to GRUB2 boot menu First you must reboot your system to GRUB2 boot loader menu. To do so, restart your computer and press ESC key ; this will let you to boot into Ubuntu boot...

How to Set A Static IP On Ubuntu

How to Set A Static IP On Ubuntu

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Feb, 18

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In this tutorial we will cover the network configuration changes to set a static IP address for an Ubuntu server. In this section we assume you have only one interface called eth0 after a default installation. Note: We assume that you are familiar with opening, editing and saving files at the command line. Network Configuration Commands In Linux systems there are a few commands that you can use to find out the current network configuration. One of these commands is ifconfig command. Use the...

How To Protect Your WordPress Website Against DDoS Attacks

How To Protect Your WordPress Website Against DDoS Attacks

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Feb, 18

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DDos attack stands for Distributed Denial of Service and puts the victim's web services out of order by sending signigicant amount of requests. The DDoS attack is a method in which an attacker sends traffic ( called “requests”) through compromised networks and computers to the target to make the targeted system too busy to be able to respond to any other requests coming from legitimate users. How Does DDoS Work? During a DDoS attack, a target server or network receives...

Nano, Linux Command-Line Text Editor

Nano, Linux Command-Line Text Editor

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Feb, 18

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Nano is a Linux simple text-editor that’s very user friendly. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and use Nano text editor. Nano will enable you to edit text files in your Linux command line environment. There are more advanced text editors such as vim and emacs for Linux OS but Nano is straightforward and easy to use that’s why it’s one of the most popular text editors for Unix systems. Installing Nano Text Editor To install Nano On Debian / Ubuntu...

Install Webmin on CentOS 7

Install Webmin on CentOS 7

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Feb, 18

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In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to install webmin on  CentOS 7 operating system. Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Linux-based servers. It’s one of the most popular open source hosting control panels. Webmin allows you to create new accounts to managing file permissions, install applications and services easily from any modern web browser. Instead of using the command, you can install Webmin and perform all system management from via...

Configure Static IP in CentOS 7

Configure Static IP in CentOS 7

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Feb, 18

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In CentOS 7 and other Linux distributions, default protocol for network configuration is DHCP. If you need to set static IP on your server, you must configure it. In this tutorial we will show you how to configure static IP in CentOS 7 furthermore, you will get familiar with nmtui command. Configure Static IP in CentOS 7 Step 1: First, verify your network adapter status using the following command: systemctl status NetworkManager.service This command will display you weather your network...

How to Secure Apache from Clickjacking Attack

How to Secure Apache from Clickjacking Attack

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Feb, 18

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Clickjacking is a kind of attack that deceives a web user to interact (in most cases by clicking) with something different to what the user wants. This type of attack could potentially send unauthorized commands or reveal user confidential information while the victim is interacting with the web pages that user things are not harmful. To defense Clickjacking attack on your Apache web server, you can use X-FRAME-OPTIONS. This option will help you to prevent your website from being hacked from...

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