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How To Use Permalinks In WordPress (CentOS Guide)

If you would like to change your WordPress’ permalink structure, you can do so by navigating to Settings -> Permalinks.   Choose the type of permalink structure you want and click “Save Changes”. If an error message, “If your .htaccess file is writeable,  we could do this automatically but it isn’t so these are the […]

How To Use vi Command To Edit Files

When setting up your web server via SSH, you will come across a few incidents where you are required to edit certain text files, be it configuration, HTML or CSS files. For first timers and beginners, it may look new and strange to you, it is actually not that difficult. In this tutorial, we will […]

How To Check Your Current OS Version

Centos Platform To check your Centos OS version, run the following command using your server’s terminal. cat /etc/redhat-releasecat /etc/redhat-release Ubuntu Platform To check your Ubuntu OS version, run the following command using your server’s terminal. sudo cat /etc/lsb-releasesudo cat /etc/lsb-release   Affordable but Powerful Cloud Hosting Package Check out IPServerOne’s Cloud Hosting Packages. Contact us @ […]

How To Install WordPress In Ubuntu

You need to have a LAMP ready server to install WordPress into your Ubuntu server. Read more: How to Setup LAMP Configuration on Ubuntu.   Step 1 – You need to create a database and user account in MySQL for WordPress. Login to your MySQL using the username and password created earlier by running the command […]

How To Install WordPress In Centos

You need to have a LAMP ready server to install WordPress into your Centos server. Read more: How to Setup LAMP Configuration on Centos.   Step 1 – You need to create a database and user account in MySQL for WordPress. Login to your MySQL using the username and password created earlier by running the command […]

How To Install WebServer In Your Windows Server 2008

In this tutorial guide, you will learn how to install WebServer application on your Windows server.   Step 1 – Open Server Manager or click on the icon as circled below.   Step 2 – Under the list, click “Roles” and then “Add Roles”.   Step 3 – Click “Next” on the screen. You can […]

How To Create Self Signed SSL Certificate

SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization’s details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol (over port 443) and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser. Typically, SSL is used to secure credit card transactions, data transfer […]

How To Disable SELinux

‘Enforcing’ mode in Selinux is enabled by default.   1) Make a backup copy of SELinux. cp /etc/sysconfig/selinux /etc/sysconfig/selinux.bakcp /etc/sysconfig/selinux /etc/sysconfig/selinux.bak   2) To disable Linux, run the following command: cat /etc/sysconfig/selinux.bak | sed s/"SELINUX=enforcing"/"SELINUX=disabled"/g > /etc/sysconfig/selinuxcat /etc/sysconfig/selinux.bak | sed s/"SELINUX=enforcing"/"SELINUX=disabled"/g > /etc/sysconfig/selinux   You can check SELinux status by running the command below: sestatussestatus […]

How To Install And Configure vsFTPd (Linux)

IMPORTANT: – SELinux must be “DISABLED”  before you can proceed. Read more: How to disable SELinux.   For Centos Platform Step 1 – Run the command below to install vsftpd using your server’s terminal. yum install vsftpd -yyum install vsftpd -y   Step 2 – Navigate to /etc/vsftpd directory and copy a backup of vsftpd.conf cd /etc/vsftpd […]