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Month: July 2017

How to find Public IP Address on Linux?

There are many ways to find public IP address on Linux.Here Step by Step instruction to find public ip on linux. What is IP Address? An IP address is used to identify devices.Each device is connected through an IP address. Dig command is a network administrator command line tool for determining public IP address and for network troubleshooting. To find a public IP address, open your terminal application on Linux and enter the following command […]

Guide to Install Mailserver, SquirrelMail Webmail in Webmin/Virtualmin Server on Centos 6

 Main steps are follow as below 1.Get the DNS for mydomain.com updated to point tha MX records to your server. 2.Install the MTA of your choice (I recommend Postfix ,of course) 3.Configure the MTA to receive mail from mydomain.com and deliver to local mailboxes. 4.install the MDA of your choice(i recommend dovecot ,of course). 5.Configure MDA for POP/IMAP access. 6.Setup your MUA to retrive the mail

How to host domain on VPS without Control Panel

Once you got the server or Vps,Login to the server through SSH using the tool called putty.Once you have logged in type in the bellow command.For CENTOS:Installing Apache with Mysql support #yum install httpd php php-mysql Set the Apache Service to start automatically when you restart #chkconfig httpd on #service httpd start Set the mysql service to start automatically when you restart #chkconfig mysqld on #service mysqld start Configuration

How to Use DNS Zone Editor in cPanel?

DNS(Domain Name System):- Its Name server stores DNS records for a domain name.There are many types and some of that is most common (i.e).For More about read this document DNS Zone Editor A Record:- A Record is a pointing a domain name with an ip address.for example(example.com is associated with the ip of 111.11.11.11) CName Recored:- Canonical Name Records define aliases by associating one domain name with another.You can create a CNAME record for mail.example.com […]

Learn How to Backup and Restore MySQL Database

Backup Database in cPanel The backup interface allows you to download and store your files,databases,forwarders and filters in a backup file. Step1:Login to your cPanel Step2:Under the files section, click on Backup. Step3: Now under the Download a MySQL Database Backup section, click on your database name, in this case user_wordpress. Step4:On your local machine, go to the folder your web-browser downloaded the database backup and you should now see the compressed .sql.gz file.

Steps to install and configuration phpMyAdmin on CentOS 6

Step1:Add the EPEL Repository rpm -iUvh http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/6/x86_64/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm Step2:Install phpMyAdmin yum -y install phpmyadmin Step3:Find Your IP Address Following Sites: What is My IP Address? What Is My IP? Step4:Basic Configuration for phpMyadmin vi /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpMyAdmin.conf Find the following sections and change each ip address to the one you found in step3. Require ip 127.0.0.1 Allow from 127.0.0.1 Require ip 127.0.0.1 Allow from 127.0.0.1 Then save and exit.   Start5:Restart Apache service httpd restart Step6: Verify that […]

Installing a SSL certificate with SSL/TLS Manager

Enable SSL/TLS Manager in WHM for Cpanel User:- Step1:Login to WHM Step2:Click on Tweak Settings Step3:Type Allow cPanel in the top-right find box,then fill in on beside allow cPanel user to install SSL Hosts if they have ip,then save.You should see WHM updating,once its done it shown Done at bottom. Updating like Using the cPanel SSL/TLS Step1: Login to Cpanel Step2: Click on SSL/TLS Manager under the security section Generate Private Keys Before generating anything […]

How to Setup a Cron Job on Webmin?

CRON JOB Cron job is the best way to automate various daily, weekly or even monthly tasks.In this tutorial, we will learn how to set up a cronjob on a server which runs Webmin. Accessing Cron Job Configuration Section in Webmin Step1: Login to your webmin admin panel.You can use by typing https://your-vps-ip-address:10000 Step2:Choose Webmin between two options at the top of the sidebar. Step3:Click System tab in the left sidebar of webmin and navigate […]

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