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How to configure Virtual Hosting on AppServ

With this tutorial, we are going to take a look at the best way to configure a local web server to serve fake domain/subdomains (or virtual hosts) accessible via our browser of choice. Using virtual hosts is a really useful solution to isolate configurations for each virtual host–and it’s easier to migrate code. We are […]

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How to installing Remi Repository on LINUX

In this tutorial we will learn how to install and add the Remi Repository into LINUX (RHEL/CentOS 5-6, Fedora 12-17). Follow the simple steps below and the rpmforge repo will be installed in seconds. 1. Verify 32 Bit or 64 Bit: Verify if your server is 32 bit or 64 bit. Use this tutorialspots.com article […]

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How to find out version of CentOS Linux via SSH

Step 1: Log in to SSH. Step 2: You can check centOS version installed on your dedicated derver / VPS using below SSH command: cat /etc/*release* Result: [root@vps ~]# cat /etc/*release* CentOS release 5.3 (Final) version of centos ssh How to check version of CentOS Linux by SSH The easiest way to check your CentOS […]

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How to install mytop

How to install mytop

mytop is a ‘top’ clone for MySQL. mytop is a console-based (non-gui) tool for monitoring the threads and overall performance of MySQL 3.22.x, 3.23.x, and 4.x servers. It runs on most Unix systems which have Perl, DBI, and Term::ReadKey installed. And with Term::ANSIColor installed you even get color. As of version 0.7, it even runs […]

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LXAdmin: Change the LXAdmin password

If you’ve forgotten your LXAdmin ‘admin’ password, you can change it by taking the following steps: 1. Connect to your VPS via ssh: Use Bitvise Tunnelier to login your VPS or dedicated server 2. Open new terminal console: 3. Run the following command. sh /script/resetpassword master newpassword Now you can use the new password to […]

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