All posts by Web Monkey

15 ‘pwd’ (Print Working Directory) Command Examples in Linux

For those working with Linux command Line, command ‘pwd‘ is very helpful, which tells where you are – in which directory, starting from the root (/). Specially for Linux newbies, who may get lost amidst

Setting Up Standard Linux File Systems and Configuring NFSv4 Server – Part 2

A Linux Foundation Certified Engineer? (LFCE)? is trained to set up, configure, manage, and troubleshoot network services in Linux systems, and is answerable for the design and implementation of system architecture and solving everyday related

Setting Up RAID 10 or 1+0 (Nested) in Linux – Part 6

RAID 10 is a combine of RAID 0 and RAID 1 to form a RAID 10. To setup Raid 10, we need at least 4 number of disks. In our earlier articles, we’ve seen how

Upcoming changes to the cPanel end-user webmail experience in 11.48

I want to give people a preview of some changes we’re working on as we bring Paper Lantern to the webmail interface of cPanel & WHM. It’s more than skin deep, as you’ll see below.

How to Create GUI Applications Under Linux Desktop Using PyGObject – Part 1

Creating applications on Linux can be done using different ways, but there are a limited ways of doing, so using the simplest and the most functional programming languages and libraries, that’s why we’re going to

Growing an Existing RAID Array and Removing Failed Disks in Raid – Part 7

Every newbies will get confuse of the word array. Array is just a collection of disks. In other words, we can call array as a set or group. Just like a set of eggs containing

Independent Reviews of Kinsta

The web hosting industry is unfortunately full of fake reviews because affiliates will say anything to get you to sign up with one of their partners to earn a hefty commission. This makes it really

Installing and Configuring FreeNAS (Network-attached Storage) – Part 1

FreeNAS is an open source network-attached storage (NAS) operating system based on BSD and the ZFS filesystem with integrated RAID support. FreeNAS operating system is totally based on BSD and can be installed on virtual

How We Got Our Stripe Account Back

Update: This post was originally written back in 2014 and we have had no problems since. Check out how we’ve reduced credit card fraud by 98% using Stripe Radar. We all make mistakes. We’re just

MariaDB® support is coming in 11.48

In order to provide you with greater flexibility and more database options, we will be adding MariaDB 10.0 database support to cPanel & WHM version 11.48 in the first quarter of 2015. MariaDB acts as

BuddyPress, bbPress and GlotPress Development Crowdfunding Campaign

JJJ has been the lead developer of BuddyPress and bbPress since 2010. He also worked at Automattic for three years where he took part in the development of WordCamp.org and WordPress.org along with BuddyPress and bbPress.

LFCE: Installing Network Services and Configuring Automatic Startup at Boot – Part 1

A Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) is prepared to install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot network services in Linux systems, and is responsible for the design and implementation of system architecture. Linux Foundation Certified Engineer –

One of the Best Places to Work in Houston

In 2014, Forbes rated Houston as one of the Best Places for Business and Careers. BusinessWeek ranked Houston as the Best City for New College Grads. And this same year, Business Insider went on to

Creating RAID 5 (Striping with Distributed Parity) in Linux – Part 4

In RAID 5, data strips across multiple drives with distributed parity. The striping with distributed parity means it will split the parity information and stripe data over the multiple disks, which will have good data

Why Should Startups Avoid Stripe?

Update: a few hours after this original blog post was published we were contacted by various people at Stripe and got our account reinstated. You can read more about that in the follow up post! We

A Complete Guide to Usage of ‘usermod’ command – 15 Practical Examples with Screenshots

In Unix/Linux distributions, the command ‘usermod‘ is used to modify or change any attributes of a already created user account via command line. The command ‘usermod‘ is similar to that ‘useradd‘ or ‘adduser‘ but the

Installing Windows 7 over PXE Network Boot Server on RHEL/CentOS 7 using WinPE ISO Image – Part 2

Continuing the series regarding installing Windows 7 over RHEL/CentOS 7 PXE Network Boot, where in the first part I have only covered setting up prerequisites on PXE Server, now in this article will be going

Understanding & Learning Basic Shell Scripting and Linux Filesystem Troubleshooting – Part 10

The Linux Foundation launched the LFCS certification (Linux Foundation Certified Sysadmin), a brand new initiative whose purpose is to allow individuals everywhere (and anywhere) to get certified in basic to intermediate operational support for Linux

Setting Up Prerequisites to ‘Install Windows 7’ over ‘PXE Network Boot Server’ on RHEL/CentOS 7 – Part 1

Continuing the series of tutorials regarding RHEL/CentOS 7 PXE Network Boot Server Environment, where so far I have only discussed integrating and installing Linux distributions over PXE Server. Configure PXE Server to Install Windows This

Include WordPress environment in a plain PHP page

There comes a time for most serious WordPress developers when they are developing a WordPress site but need a separate PHP page which needs to access WordPress variables, functions and classes, but which for some