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How to Deny/Allow Access for Users & Groups in OpenSSH

For security reasons many times we need to restrict or allow SSH access for specific Users or Groups. OpenSSH has two directives for allowing and denying ssh user access.

How to Edit Magento Database Configuration File

How to Edit Magento Database Configuration File

Magento is a most popular eCommerce software application. In this article you will show you how to get details about Magento configuration file.

How to Install Apache 2, PHP7 and MariaDB 10.2 on CentOS 7.x

How to Install Apache 2, PHP7 and MariaDB 10.2 on CentOS 7.x

In this tutorial, I’m going to focus on work from the command line to install Apache PHP7 and MariaDB on Linux. This will be the same for all version of Linux – only the package manager will be different.

How to Install MySQL Server Instead of MariaDB on CentOS

How to Install MySQL Server Instead of MariaDB on CentOS

If you try to use “yum” to install MySQL on CentOS, you’ll find that it actually installed MariaDB. Generally, MariaDB is a fork of MySql after it went under Oracle’s management.

Securing WordPress by Disabling XML-RPC Pingbacks

Securing WordPress by Disabling XML-RPC Pingbacks

WordPress has a very practical performance that allows it to be manipulated through external sources using the xmlrpc.php file.

How to configure clustered nameservers on cPanel server

How to configure clustered nameservers on cPanel server

As we all know the importance of clustered nameservers on cPanel servers. This will be applicable for the user’s having more than one cPanel servers, once you setup DNS cluster then the chances for DNS to appears down will be lowered.

How to Mount and Unmount Filesystem in Linux

How to Mount and Unmount Filesystem in Linux

Mount is a point to access a filesystem in Linux. You can mount a filesystem on any directory and access material by simply entering to that directory. In Linux terms, these directories are known as mount points. This guide will help you to mount and unmount filesystem in Linux system.

CentOS / Redhat boot partition full - remove old kernels

CentOS / Redhat boot partition full – remove old kernels

Sometimes /boot partition gets 100% full on a CentOS/Redhat/Fedora system. To resolve this you can use a yum-utils package to clean up older kernels and configure yum not to keep too many versions.

Remove .PHP Extension from URL using .htaccess

Remove .PHP Extension from URL using .htaccess

We see many PHP URLs without .php extension this can easily be achieved simply adding the following code in .htaccess file.

How to Set Up 301 Permanent Redirect via .Htaccess

How to Set Up 301 Permanent Redirect via .Htaccess

Some times we need to change our website URL without affecting pages SEO. A 301 permanent redirect of page tells the search engines that new URL has taken place of old URL permanently. So search engines will remove old URL’s from there indexes.