How to Install ImageMagick PHP Extension on DirectAdmin Based Servers

Note: This is for DirectAdmin servers only, below are the commands to install the extension: wget http://pecl.php.net/get/imagick-2.3.0.tgz tar -zxf imagick-2.3.0.tgz cd imagick-2.3.0 phpize ./configure —with-imagick=/usr/local make make install In case you get this error when trying to perform the installation steps shown earlier: configure: error: not found. Please provide a path to MagickWand-config or Wand-config

Documents required for .MY domain registration

For NEW Domain Registration of .com.my, .net.my, .org.my, .edu.my, .gov.my and .my, the domain will be activated within 24~48 hours after receiving your supporting documents and the proof of payment. So, what are the needed documents? .com.my, .net.my Document Required: Borang 9 (Certificate of Incorporation for SDN BHD) or Borang D (Certificate of Incorporation for Enterprise/Sole Proprietor).

How to install WordPress in DirectAdmin

It’s really easy to install WordPress if your DirectAdmin comes with Installatron. Installatron is a one click web application installer that enables blogs, photo galleries, forums, shops and other top web applications to be instantly installed and effortlessly managed. 1. Login into DirectAdmin. 2. Go to Installatron Application Installer. 3. Select the application you want

Directadmin : How to create Administrator

If you would like to have second admin to manage your resellers and users, you can create them ONLY by accessing DirectAdmin with admin privileges. After login – click on List Administrators On next screen, you’ll see list of current’s admin. To create new admin, click on Create Admin. Next, you’ll need to fill in

How To Install Softaculous In DirectAdmin

It’s really easy to install Softaculous on DirectAdmin and this tutorial will guide you step by step. You are going to need two things: 1) Ioncube loaders installed 2) DirectAdmin root access   Step 1 – Login into DirectAdmin with your “root” account via SSH. Step 2 – Execute the following commands: # cd /usr/local/directadmin/plugins #