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Basic Linux Commands Cheat Sheet

This post is trying to collect a big numer of basic Linux command cheat Sheets, this will be increasing over the time, and will include basic linux commands for all newbies and advanced users who need to refresh…

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MySQL Configuration File Sections Explained

MySQL configuration file sections are something often overlooked by developers and sysadmins, and not everybody takes the time to read and understand what are the my.cnf file sections. On this post we will explain what are the most…

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How can I change the default MYSQL time zone?

Is there any way to change the default time zone in MySQL? That was the question made from one of my customers. And the answer is simple, yes, the MySQL time zone can be changed without any problems…

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MySQL Error Table ‘mysql.servers’ doesn’t exist

While trying to grant privileges to a MySQL user on a plain CentOS 6.x server, I was receiving this error at the mysql console: MySQL Error Table ‘mysql.servers’ doesn’t exist I was surprised… the first thing that came…

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How to Deploy Ruby + Passenger + Nginx on CentOS Linux

Before we get started into the technical tutorial, let’s first review the technologies involved in this Ruby + Passenger + Nginx guide on CentOS Linux. Ruby is an agile, dynamic open source language focused on easy and natural code…

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cPanel Ports & Firewall Configuration

Today we will show you how to find out what are the cPanel Ports and how to Configure your Firewall to allow cPanel Ports to work normally for all your web services. This system ports are used for…

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How to Block XML-RPC Attacks on CentOS & cPanel Servers

XML-RPC is a protocol that uses XML to encode the calls and HTTP as a transport layer for its communication. XML-RPC means literally: XML Remote Procedure Call. It’s widely used in web applications, specilly by CMS like WordPress….

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