Install Joomla 3.6 Using LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) on RHEL, CentOS & Fedora

Recently on 12 July 2016, Joomla 3.6 released, which is a major release in the Joomla 3.x series and comes with more than 400 improvements, including new features, support for PHP 7, which drastically...

RHCE Series: How to Setup and Test Static Network Routing – Part 1

RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer) is a certification from Red Hat company, which gives an open source operating system and software to the enterprise community, It also gives training, support and consulting services for...

One of the Best Valued Conferences in Tech

Conferences are expensive. Often, “upward of a thousand dollars” expensive. You’ve probably already read countless articles, emails, and social media posts from companies detailing the networking possibilities and learning opportunities guaranteed to those that attend their show. And while they’re mostly spot-on, few can provide the one-of-a-kind experience at the same value offered to attendees of cPanel Conference (and I’m not just saying that because I work for the company).

Using The WordPress HTTP API

One of the things I love about WordPress is all the tools it gives you. Some of these are well known and much-used, like the options and meta APIs. Some are under-utilized, even though they provide great functionality which could make our lives so much easier. Today I’ll be looking at one of these, the HTTP API.

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Tips to Create ISO from CD, Watch User Activity and Check Memory Usages of Browser

Here again, I have written another post on Linux Tips and Tricks series. Since beginning the objective of this post is to make you aware of those small tips and hacks that lets you...

Understanding Java Compiler and Java Virtual Machine – Part 4

Till now we have gone through working and code structure of Java and Class, Main method & Loop Control in Java. Here in this post we will see What is Java Compiler and Java...

How to Install and Configure Cluster with Two Nodes in Linux – Part 2

Hi all. Before we start the second part, let’s review about what we have done in Part 01. In Part 01 of this clustering series, we’ve discussed about clustering technique and in which cases...

How to Deploy Data-Centers with Cluster and Add ISCSI Storage in RHEV Environment

In this part, we are going to discuss how to deploy data-center with one cluster which contains our two hosts in the RHEV environment. Both of two hosts connected to shared storage, additional to...

What makes a great feature request

Would you like to influence where we go next with cPanel & WHM? Consider participating in our feature request site. Here are some things to keep in mind when you submit the next great idea for the industry’s leading control panel. Make sure that it’s actually a feature request. It might be better as a tech support request. Does your idea restore a feature to full working order? If so, that’s a problem and needs …

Understanding Shell Commands Easily Using “Explain Shell” Script in Linux

While working on Linux platform all of us need help on shell commands, at some point of time. Although inbuilt help like man pages, whatis command is helpful, but man pages output are too...

Introduction and Advantages/Disadvantages of Clustering in Linux – Part 1

Hi all, this time I decided to share my knowledge about Linux clustering with you as a series of guides titled “Linux Clustering For a Failover Scenario“. Following are the 4-article series about Clustering...

Tuning Dynamic HTML5 Web Apps Using Open Source Online Tools

As I begin the last article in this series, it is my hope that you have been able to grasp the importance of HTML 5 and mobile-friendly / responsive web development. Regardless of your...

Understanding Java Class, Main Method and Loops Control in Java – Part 3

In our last post ‘Working and code structure of Java‘ we emphasized in details of working of Java, Java Source File, Java Class File, Class (Public/Private), Method, Statement, Your first Java Program, Compilation and...

How Java Works and Understanding Code Structure of Java – Part 2

In our last post ‘What is Java and History of Java‘ we had covered What is Java, features of Java in details, release history and its naming as well as places where Java is...

Setting Up ‘XR’ (Crossroads) Load Balancer for Web Servers on RHEL/CentOS

Crossroads is a service independent, open source load balance and fail-over utility for Linux and TCP based services. It can be used for HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, SMTP and DNS etc. It is also a...

BEGINNER’S GUIDE FOR LINUX – Start Learning Linux in Minutes

Hello Friends, Welcome to this exclusive edition “BEGINNER’S GUIDE FOR LINUX” by TecMint, this course module is specially designed and compiled for those beginners, who want to make their way into Linux learning process...

Creating a Dynamic HTML5 Web Application and Deploying on Remote Web Server Using Filezilla

In the previous two articles of this series, we explained how to set up Netbeans in a Linux desktop distribution as an IDE to develop web applications. We then proceeded to add two core...

The New WHMCS | Guest Blog Post

WHMCS, the most popular web host billing and automation platform for cPanel web hosts, recently launched a major new update that brings with it a whole host of new features and improvements. Now, in version 6.0, we’re proud to introduce a platform that’s not only more powerful, but one with the tools to create a more unified experience between WHMCS and the cPanel & WHM dashboard. WHMCS Connect WHMCS Connect …

How to Install Zabbix 3.4 on RHEL/CentOS and Debian/Ubuntu

Zabbix is an Open Source, high-level enterprise software designed to monitor and keep track of networks, servers and applications in real time. Build in a server-client model, Zabbix can collect different type of data...

12 Useful PHP Commandline Usage Every Linux User Must Know

In my last post “How to Use and Execute PHP Codes in Linux Command – line”, I emphasized on running PHP codes directly in Linux Command-line as well as executing PHP script file in...

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