How to Install CentOS Web Panel (CWP) on CentOS 7

CentOS Web Panel (CWP) is a control panel application for web hosting or web hosting that uses the CentOS Linux distribution. By using the CentOS Web Panel, a sysadmin no longer has to configure via a remote SSH shell. CentOS Web Panel Features including support for Apache, PHP, User Management, DNS, Email, Security, MySQL, and System Management. CentOS Web Panel […]

How to Install Lighttpd on CentOS 7

lighttpd (pronounced “lighty”) is a web server application that is optimized for speed of access or efficient use of resources. Lighttpd was originally developed by Jan Kneschke as a proof-of-concept of the c10k problem, how a web server can handle 10,000 parallel connections on a single server. Install Lighttpd Activate the EPEL repository yum -y install epel-release 1 yum –y […]

How to Install Cockpit on CentOS 7

cockpit is a web-based application for easy administration of Linux servers. Its features include system monitoring, logs, networking, services, and available terminals. Install Cockpit Install the epel-release package (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) sudo yum install epel-release 1 sudo yum install apple–release Repository updates sudo yum update 1 sudo yum updates Restart sudo reboot 1 sudo reboot Install the cockpit […]

How to Install OpenCart on Ubuntu

OpenCart is a PHP-based open source CMS for building an online store or e-commerce. OpenCart began development in 2005, the latest version at the time of this tutorial was written In May 2016 online stores that use OpenCart have reached 342,000 websites. Software Used The following software is used in this tutorial: Linux OS Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS Apache2 […]

How to Install PrestaShop on Ubuntu

PrestaShop is a CMS (Content Management System) software for building e-commerce websites using the PHP programming language. This PrestaShop installation tutorial uses Linux distributions Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Apache2, MariaDB 10, and PHP 7.0. 1. Install Apache2 Install Apache2 web server/httpd server server sudo apt install apache2 -y 1 sudo apt install apache2 –y After Apache2 installation, disable directory listing sudo […]

How to Setting Firewall with UFW on Linux

Previously I have discussed firewalls on Linux using IPTables. Well, besides IPTables we can also use UFW as a firewall on Linux. UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) is an application that is an interface of IPTables with the aim of making configuration easier. 1. Install UFW Install UFW on Ubuntu sudo apt-get install ufw 1 sudo apt–get install ufw 2. UFW for […]

How to Find out CentOS Version

How important is it to know the CentOS version running on the server? Very important, because for application installation we must know whether the application can run on the CentOS version used. Use the appropriate repository for the CentOS version, and if there are bug fixes or security patches. Here are some ways to find out which version of CentOS […]

How to Export and Import Virtual Machines in VirtualBox

Virtual machines that have been created in VirtualBox can be reused to create new virtual machines, containing the same system or application configuration. We can also redistribute it for use on other VirtualBox computers. We can do this with the export/import virtual machine feature, which is very helpful because we no longer need to install the same operating system from […]

How to Install DNSCrypt on Ubuntu

DNSCrypt is a protocol for authenticating communication between a DNS client and a DNS resolver. DNSCrypt can ward off attacks DNS spoofing from hackers. DNSCrypt uses cryptographic signatures to verify that the response received from the DNS resolver has not been modified. Protocol specifications DNSCrypt is open, free & open source, and is not affiliated with any company or organization. […]

How to Setting MariaDB Database Remote Access on Ubuntu

MariaDB database installation by default can only be accessed by local computer (localhost / for security reasons. But in some cases sometimes programmers need access to MariaDB database can be done remotely from another computer (another IP address). MariaDB Server Settings Open the MariaDB configuration file using nano. sudo nano /etc/mysql/mariadb.conf.d/50-server.cnf 1 sudo nano /etc/mysql/mariadb.conf.d/50–server.cnf Search bind-address change the […]