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How to check and stop if DDoS attack is going on.

Distributed denial-of-service attacks In a distributed attack, the attacking computers are often personal computers with broadband connections to the Internet that have been compromised by viruses or Trojan horse programs.…
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How can I repair corrupt MySQL tables?

How can I repair corrupt MySQL tables? Every so often, MySQL tables have a way of corrupting themselves. MySQL offers a quick and painless method of repairing those tables.…
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How to mount and unmount a drive in linux

How To Mount A Drive In Linux This simple step by step guide will show you how to mount a new hard drive or partitions onto your Linux server…
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Downgrading MySQL5 to MySQL4.1 in cPanel

For whatever reason , some people still want to run the old version of MySQL4.1 in there new cPanel servers, which seems a little issue , as the default database…
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MD5 password generator

MD5 password generator $pw is: "; echo " " . strtoupper(md5($pw)) . ""; } ?>   Enter a password to encrypt:…
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Kate Matthews Theatre & Costume Design

This is one reason I’ve been so damn busy recently… www.katematthews.co.uk I’ve been trying to avoid taking new freelance work on, because I have enough trouble finding the time to…
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Linux sub directory size info

Need to know the exact size of your subdirectories in Linux? Just go to the directory , like cd / and try this du -cksh *  …
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Easyapache failing on CentOS server

Had an issue with one on our CentOS cPanel servers running 64 bit and cPanels easyapache upgrade. The folks at cPanel helped out with their usual professional response…
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How to find MAC address in CentOS

Open SSH and type the following and press Enter: /sbin/ifconfig | grep -i hwaddr The sequence of hexadecimal digits that appears to the right of eth0 HWAddr (e.g. 08:00:27:ED:DA:8b) is…
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Problems with CenotOS5 – cPanel and BIND

If you have issues with cPanel running CentOS5 with BIND then the easiest way is to downgrade BIND to 9.2.4 The reason you’re having trouble is because CentOS 5 uses…

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