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How to install bmon – Bandwidth Monitor on CentOS

bmon is a monitoring and debugging tool to capture networking related statistics and prepare them visually in a human friendly way. It features various output methods including an interactive curses user interface and a programmable text output for scripting. If your server hasn’t git, follow guide: How to install Git on Centos Linux I install […]

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How to add a website with VPSSIM

Step 1: use command: vpssim then use menu 1 Step 2: Type 1 to begin add a new website. Type domain like: tutorialspots.com then type yes to crate new database for this website. Done! Wow, that’s simple to add a new website with VPSSIM.

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How to install LEMP stack on Centos 7

There are many methods to install LEMP stack (Linux, Nginx, MariaDB & PHP-FPM) on Centos 7. Here we present to you method by using VPSSIM script. First, check your version of the OS of your server by using two command lines below: Example result: We use Centos 7.2 64bits for example. Now, begin to install […]

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How to install SSH2 extension of PHP on Centos

Step 1: Install EPEL repo How to Install EPEL repo on CentOS Step 2: install dependencies If you receive the error: Because you have php5.4 but the Epel repo has php5.3. You must use Remi repo Result: PHP upgrade from 5.4.26 to 5.4.45 Now, you can check php-devel: Now, install libssh2-devel Step 3: Build SSH2 […]

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How to use SSL certificate free of Let’s Encrypt on Linux – part 2

Some errors may be occur during the installation of Let’s Encrypt on Linux Error 1: How to fix it? Step 1: Result: We see the lines: Step 2: Step 3: Result: Step 4: Open file /root/.local/share/letsencrypt/lib/python2.7/site-packages/OpenSSL/SSL.py then comment out line 1237 Step 5: Re-run this command to re-install letsencrypt Error 2: Read the log file: […]

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How to use SSL certificate free of Let’s Encrypt on Linux

Let’s Encrypt Step 1: Install Git Check the git command, if command not found, you must install git first: Read: How to install Git on Centos Linux Step 2: install ca-certificates and python pip How to install ca-certificates package on Centos 5.x How to install package python-pip on Centos How to install python pip on […]

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How to install python virtualenv on Linux

Step 1: Install pip Read: How to install python pip on Linux Step 2: install virtualenv Result:

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How to install python pip on Linux

pip is already installed if you’re using Python 2 >=2.7.9 or Python 3 >=3.4 downloaded from python.org. And, pip will already be installed if you’re working in a Virtual Environment created by virtualenv or pyvenv. Otherwise, you must install pip. Method 1: Step 1: install setuptools How to install python setuptools library on Linux Step […]

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How to install python setuptools library on Linux

Setuptools is a tool to download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages. Step 1: Result: Step 2: Result:

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How to Install EPEL repo on CentOS

Method 1: Result: Method 2: Depend on your version of Centos You can choose your file in here like: http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/5/i386/epel-release-5-4.noarch.rpm Then use command line:

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