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How to install Mtop (MySQL top) in CentOS

mtop (MySQL top) monitors a MySQL database showing the queries which are taking the most amount of time to complete. Features include ‘zooming’ in on a process to show the complete query and ‘explaining’ the query optimizer information. Step 1: Install RPMForge on CentOS For Centos 5: How to Install RPMforge yum repository on CentOS […]

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How to Install RPMforge yum repository on CentOS 6

Read first: How to Install RPMforge yum repository on CentOS 5 In this tutorial we will learn how to install and add the RPMforge repository into CentOS 6. Installation: Follow the simple steps below and the RPMforge repo will be installed in seconds. 1. Check version of Centos by the following command: Result: 2. Verify […]

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Linux: How to Install Rootkit Hunter (rkhunter)

We make an example with Centos 5 32bits. Step 1: Install EPEL Repository Step 2: Installation Rootkit Hunter Step 3: Update Database Step 4: Update system file properties Installation is done! Usage Manual Scan: Note: after installation, it will create automatically the file /etc/cron.daily/rkhunter with content: If you don’t want to use this cronjob (daily), […]

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How to install Phalcon on Centos

Here is the example on CentOS 5, 32 Bit. Requirements for Phalcon 2.0.x PHP >=5.3.21 GCC compiler Step 1: Install GCC Step 2: install GIT Step 3: Download source Step 4: Install Phalcon Now, add to your php.ini Example for Kloxo, create file phalcon.ini with the content above and upload file to /etc/php.d/ Done! restart […]

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How to upgrade PHP5.3 to PHP5.4 on LINUX

In the previous tutorial, we learn How to upgrade PHP on LINUX, but in that tutorial, we install PHP5.3. Now, how to upgrade PHP5.3 to PHP5.4 on LINUX? Step 1: Find out the version of Centos You can use 2 methods: In this example, we use CentOS 5.3. Step 2: Add new Repository CentOS/RHEL 7.x: […]

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How to upgrade PHP on LINUX

Step 1: uninstall httpd Sample output: Sample Output: Note: if you use KLOXO, you will see Now you must reinstall lxphp: Sample Output: Step 3: Verify which version of httpd and php must install Sample output: We can see httpd.i386 For PHP: We can see php53.i386 Step 4: install httpd and php Sample output: Step […]

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Kloxo-MR 7 on Centos 6: issues in installation

Here are some issues we found: I. Install PHP unsuccessfully After create a website (with a domain/subdomain), you see the PHP code in the website like: The solution: 1. Edit file /etc/httpd/conf.d/php.conf Add these lines 2. Restart httpd service or reboot server if unsuccess II. Can’t see domain configuration file after create new website The […]

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Nginx .htaccess alternative for WordPress

After migration from apache to nginx, your website can’t run. You will get the error: Because Nginx doesn’t support .htaccess file. You can follow these steps below: Step 1: Find your domain conf file i.e. /usr/local/nginx/conf/conf.d/tutorialspots.com.conf Step 2: use code: I.e. Step 3: restart nginx Done!

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How to install KLOXO-MR in CENTOS

KLOXO-MR is special edition (fork) of Kloxo with many features not existing on Kloxo official release (6.1.12+). That fork named as Kloxo-MR (meaning ‘Kloxo fork by Mustafa Ramadhan’). Installation Step 1 Sample output: Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 For install Kloxo-MR 6.5.0 Step 8.1 For install Kloxo-MR 7.0.0 […]

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How to install KLOXO web hosting control panel in CENTOS 5.x

Kloxo is one of the advanced open source and free web hosting control panel for RHEL / CentOS 5.x. This web hosting control panel included all the leading control panel features such as PHP, MYSQL, Apache, FTP, Perl, CGI and more. Kloxo system requirement A running CentOS 5.x server A Minimum 256MB of RAM to […]

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