Posts Under Category: Tutorials

If you want to know the version of yum installed on your Linux server, here is how you can find.
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If you want to add php-tidy PHP extension support on your RedHat/centOS server, here is how you can install php-tidy.
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By default Apache loads lots of modules. If you are running only WordPress based websites on your VPS / Server, you should consider disabling un-needed Apache modules. This will save lots of memory and optimize server.
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In this tutorial I will explain how to install WordPress on a fresh new VPS with CentOS / RedHat Linux OS. So, I have a fresh VPS with CentOS 6 installed. My first step will be to update CentOS and install LAMP
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By default Apache loads lots of modules. If you are running only Drupal based websites on your VPS / Server, you should consider disabling un-needed Apache modules. This will save lots of memory and optimize server.
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In this tutorial I will explain how to enable Drupal Clean URL support on a CentOS / RedHat Linux server.

Step 1

Before making any change in Apache configuration file, we will first make a backup of the Apache configuration file. Login as root to your server via SSH and run below commands: read more

By default Apache loads lots of modules which probably you do not need. If you want to optimize Apache on your VPS / Dedicated server, you should consider disabling un-needed Apache modules. Disabling un-necessary modules will save lots of memory and optimize server. In this tutorial I will explain how to disable un-needed Apache modules on a CentOS / RedHat server / VPS.
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In this tutorial I will explain how to install and setup LAMP on a RHEL/CentOS Linux 6.x server.
Before I start the tutorial, let’s know what is LAMP. LAMP stack is a group of open source software used to get web servers up and running. LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP.
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For security reason it is recommended that you disable root SSH login to server. To SSH your server with root privileges you should create a new user and assign root privileges to this new user.

In this tutorial, we will assign root privileges to a new user ravi on a CentOS server.
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The main user / administrator of a Linux server is root. Here is how you can create a new user on your CentOS server / VPS.

Login to your server as root as run following command to create a new user named ravi.

/usr/sbin/adduser ravi

Now set password for new user ravi

passwd ravi

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add-new-user

Done!!

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