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Install LAMP stack on CentOS 7


Dec, 17


LAMP is a common web stack for web service that stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB and PHP and it is one of the most popular web service solutions in Linux. In this guide, we will install a LAMP stack on a CentOS 7 server. Notice: You must execute commands with root permission. If you don’t have root permission, you may start commands with “sudo”. Prepare CentOS to install LAMP Step1:  set your server hostname. Step 2: Update you Linux date and time. You can use...

How To install Plesk on Centos 7


Sep, 16


How To install Plesk on Centos 7 Plesk is one of the widely used web hosting control panels in the web hosting business. It offers simple vps and website management solutions with single-click mechanisms. Plesk consists of webserver suite (LAMP), Mail server, FTP Server, Name Server applications etc. Plesk is a an enterprise hosting control panel and it requires license to work effectively. They also offers 15 day trial license which is intended for testing purposes. One-Click Installer The...

How To Install Webuzo on CentOS 7


Sep, 16


Webuzo is in short can be described as a single user hosting control panel suitable for both Dedicated or Virtual Private Server (VPS). Yet, this cool control panel is also deploy-able at cloud environment. Webuzo can be easily installed on your virtual servers. It is compatible with any virtual server powered by Xen PV or HVM, KVM, OpenVZ, etc. Webuzo has so many users and fans out there because of its easy-to-use and sleek user interface. It is like cPanel without WHM. Webuzo...

How To Install LEMP on Ubuntu 16.04


Sep, 16


LEMP is a variation of the ubiquitous LAMP stack used for developing and deploying web applications. Traditionally, LAMP consists of Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. Due to its modular nature, the components can easily be swapped out. With LEMP, Apache is replaced with the lightweight yet powerful Nginx. Install LEMP on Ubuntu 16.04 First make sure that all your system packages are up-to-date by running these following apt-get commands in the terminal. apt-get update apt-get...