How to upload and delete files in buckets using PHP

This guide will assist you in programmatically uploading and deleting files in a bucket using PHP. Sample code that is compatible with both PHP 8.1 and PHP 8.2 will be included, though the examples in this guide will utilise PHP 8.2. To get started, let’s ensure that we have the necessary dependencies in our environment

How to upload and delete files in buckets using JavaScript

This guide will help you upload and delete files in a bucket programmatically using JavaScript. To begin, ensure that you have Node.js set up in your environment. In this example, we will be installing Node.js version 18. Make sure to use the appropriate commands based on your distribution. # Debian based distributions sudo apt-get update

How to use Object Storage as a CDN

In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, efficient content delivery is paramount for web applications, websites, and media streaming services. A powerful solution for optimizing content delivery is to establish an Object Storage bucket as a Content Delivery Network (CDN). This guide will take you through the steps to create and configure an Object Storage bucket

How to manage Autoresponders in DirectAdmin

1. Login to DirectAdmin panel. 2. Click the button ‘Autoresponders’ from the section ‘E-Mail Management’. 3. Click ‘Create New Autoresponder’ button.     4. Enter the email address, auto reply message and click ‘Create’ button.   5. If you want to modify the autoresponder, click the ‘Modify’ button near to the corresponding autoresponder. 6. You

How to use Wildcard Certificate to other domain (cPanel)

Introduction This guide provides step-by-step instructions for using a wildcard SSL certificate for multiple domains in cPanel. Wildcard SSL certificates are a flexible security solution, allowing for the encryption of unlimited subdomains under a single domain. This guide will explain how to utilize a wildcard SSL certificate across various domains in a cPanel environment. Prerequisites

How to disable IPv6 on Linux

1. Ubuntu/Debian/Centos     Edit the /etc/sysctl.conf file.      – sudo nano /etc/sysctl.conf    Place the following entry to disable IPv6 for all adapters.      – net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1      – net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6 = 1      – net.ipv6.conf.lo.disable_ipv6 = 1    To reflect the changes execute the following command.      – sudo sysctl -p  

How to Setup a Private IP on Openstack Instances

Newly generated instances on Openstack are not connected to each other on a private network. After setting up the private network on the portal, a new network interface must be configured on the Openstack instance. This will allow the instances to connect to each other using a private IP. This guide is applicable for Linux