Configuring SSH Server on CentOS 57 liked
To configure your SSH Server you will need to edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config by using '# vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config'. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.
Creating self-signed SSL certificate in Linux 729 liked
A self-signed certificate allows you to create an SSL certificate which provides necessary encryption for secure areas of your site or server. It may generate warnings or errors in browsers that a signed certificate might not.
Does my Linux Server have backup? 428 liked
Due to the nature and potential complexities of a Linux Server it is not possible for us to maintain reliable backups. As such, we highly recommend that you maintain frequent backups of your server.
How to setup the Linux Server 582 liked
The server will already be setup with the OS you choose including the hosting interface Cpanel or ISPConfig, according to your selected plan and specifications.
Install cPanel on a CentOS 378 liked
cPanel is a web-based Hosting control panel that allows you to manage your Linux Web Hosting accounts in the most convenient way. You can install cPanel onto CentOS by following this guide.
Install or upgrade PHP under CentOS 125 liked
Upgrading your PHP version on your CentOS server can be achieved quickly and easily via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.
Install SSH Server on CentOS 64 liked
You can install SSH Server on your CentOS Server using the Power Management section of your VPS control panel by following the simple steps highlighted in this guide.
Install the vsftpd FTP Server on CentOS 330 liked
Installing vsftpd FTP Server on to your CentOS server can be achieved quickly and easily via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.
Linux Servers vs Web Hosting 631 liked
A Linux Server will provide you with more flexibility, resources and speed. A shared web hosting service shares all resources and speed across the users on the shared hosting platform.
What is a Linux VPS? 413 liked
Virtual Private Servers (VPS) are the most advanced step in server virtualisation technology. It allows for quick and easy activation along with complete customisation and configuration.
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