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Linux Jpeg Image Optimization Command

Days ago we wrote a very useful tutorial on how to optimize / compress PNG files on Linux using the fantastic optipng command. However, lot of users have JPG / JPEG files also, which are widely used for…

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Nginx autoindex: Enable directory listing on Nginx Web Server

How can I enable directory listing on Nginx web server in Linux? Directory listing can be enabled using the HttpAutoIndexModule, the one responsible for that function. The HTTP request is passed to the ngx_http_autoindex_module module when no index is found…

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cPanel Email Default Ports

cPanel and WHM is probably the best control panel in the web hosting industry. Easy interface, multiple languages, wide range of software support, and when it comes to network and ports cPanel rocks. On this post you will…

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Find RAM size in Linux

When you order a dedicated server or cloud server with your web hosting provider, there is one thing you must check always when you first login into your system: your hardware must be exactly the same as ordered….

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How to Delete mailman archives on cPanel using the Linux terminal

Mailman archiving can be turned off from your mailing list administration area, at option Archive. However… let’s suppose you have a mailman mailing list called list@yoursite.com and you need to clean that list from the command line. The…

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Install MySQL Governor on cPanel

MySQL service overloads was something quite common on shared web hosting enviroments before Cloudlinux appear in the web hosting market. Previous to this, a poorly written PHP script could cause dissasters in a server while making SQL querys…

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Recursively Optimize PNG Files

Images are often one of the most overlooked things when publishing content inside a website. Editors upload images freely and most of them don’t rely on using the correct image format, or even worse, they don’t bother to…

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