How to Record and Replay Linux Terminal Sessions using ‘script’ and ‘scriptreplay’ Commands

In this guide we are going to look at how to use a script and scriptreplay commands in Linux that can help you to record commands and their output printed on your terminal during...

8 Interesting ‘Vi/Vim’ Editor Tips and Tricks for Every Linux Administrator – Part 2

In the previous article of this series we reviewed 7 tips and tricks to add to your vi/m skills set. Besides the reasons given previously, learning how to use effectively a text editor in...

10 Useful Commands to Collect System and Hardware Information in Linux

It is always a good practice to know the hardware components of your Linux system is running on, this helps you to deal with compatibility issues when it comes to installing packages, drivers on...

3 cPanel Plugins for Added Server Security

In the vast, seemingly limitless space known as the internet, you can find almost anything your heart desires. A recipe for the perfect quiche, instructions on creating survival knots, and of course — endless hours of kitty videos. However, while there are tons of amazing things on the web, there’s also lots of dangerous things out there that can put your server and your digital information at risk. Below, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite …

RHCE Series: Implementing HTTPS through TLS using Network Security Service (NSS) for Apache – Part 8

If you are a system administrator who is in charge of maintaining and securing a web server, you can’t afford to not devote your very best efforts to ensure that data served by or...

Pssh – Execute Commands on Multiple Remote Linux Servers Using Single Terminal

No doubt, that OpenSSH is one of the most widely used and powerful tool available for Linux, that allows you to connect securely to remote Linux systems via a shell and allows you to...

How to Use Conspy to View and Control Remote Linux Virtual Consoles in Real Time

Computer networks have made it possible for end users to interact one with another in several ways. They have also provided a way to perform remote work without the hassle and the costs involved...

We’re Excited for cPanel Conference | WHMCS Guest Post

With just a few days to go until the cPanel Conference 2015, we’re very excited! As our premier conference of the year, alongside our sister company cPanel, cPanel Conference is always very productive and great fun. For us this year, the focus is on talking to customers about the recent changes we’ve made in Version 6, and what they’d like to see in 2016. Since the Version 6.0 release, just 2 months ago, over …

WordPress REST API Basics

WordPress has been gradually moving away from being just a blogging for years now. The final nail in the coffin of that outdated perception is the REST API. As WordPress enters the arena of full web application capable frameworks, the REST API is what makes interaction through third parties part of the core system.

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Learn Useful ‘Vi/Vim’ Editor Tips and Tricks to Enhance Your Skills – Part 1

The need to learn how to use text editors in Linux is indisputable. Every system administrator and engineer deal with configuration (plain text) files on a daily basis, and most times this is done...

Saying Goodbye to PHP 5.4

Sometimes you have to know when to call it a night and retire gracefully. PHP 5.4 goes End of Life on September 14, 2015, which means it’s time for a change. With the release of EasyApache 3.32 on September 9th, we’ll be switching to PHP 5.5 as the default PHP version for fresh installations of cPanel & WHM.  Of course, we’ll continue to ensure that your favorite modules and PHP versions are updated and compatible, as always, and …

5 Useful Commands to Manage File Types and System Time in Linux – Part 3

Adapting to using the command line or terminal can be very hard for beginners who want to learn Linux. Because the terminal gives more control over a Linux system than GUIs programs, one has...

The Resurgence of the Website Builder | Weebly Guest Post

Come mid-September, the Weebly team will head to Denver for cPanel Conference. This will be my 5th year attending cPanel Conference and I am thrilled that Weebly is a main sponsor. Aaron Phillips and team have consistently put on an outstanding show and this year will be no different.  After attending a number of Hosting conferences this year including WorldHostingDays.USA, WorldHostingDays.Germany and …

WordPress Database – How Sidebars Work

Widget areas, sidebars and widgets themselves are all stored in the database. Manipulating them from the widget editor works like magic, but in the background values in the options table are continuously changed. In this article we’ll look at exactly how widget areas and widgets are handled on a database level in WordPress.

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Setting Up NFS Server with Kerberos-based Authentication for Linux Clients – Part 7

In the last article of this series, we reviewed how to set up a Samba share over a network that may consist of multiple types of operating systems. Now, if you need to set...

Installation and Configuration of TACACS+ with Cisco Router on Debian 8 Jessie

Technology today relies heavily on networking equipment and proper configuration of that networking equipment. Administrators are tasked with ensuring that configuration changes are not only tested thoroughly before implementation but also that any configuration...

How to Backup/Restore MySQL/MariaDB and PostgreSQL Using ‘Automysqlbackup’ and ‘Autopostgresqlbackup’ Tools

If you are a database administrator (DBA) or are responsible for maintaining, backing up, and restoring databases, you know you can’t afford to lose data. The reason is simple: losing data not only means...

10 Useful Linux Command Line Tricks for Newbies – Part 2

I remember when I first started using Linux and I was used to the graphical interface of Windows, I truly hated the Linux terminal. Back then I was finding the commands hard to remember...

Managing WordPress Development With Symlinks

If you’ve developed and tested themes and plugins before you may have found the process rather gruelling. Testing what happens on a new install of your product, how different WordPress versions cope and how different setups react can be a time consuming process because you need to install and maintain multiple copies of your product.

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Install YouTube-DL – A Command Line Video Download Tool for Linux

youtube-dl is a Python based small command-line tool that allows to download videos from YouTube.com, Dailymotion, Google Video, Photobucket, Facebook, Yahoo, Metacafe, Depositfiles and few more similar sites. It written in pygtk and requires...

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