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Howto remove Dr Web Plesk Linux

Howto remove Dr Web Plesk on Linux servers. Red Hat based package managers. rpm -qa | grep drweb | xargs rpm -e or, yum remove packages listed by [..]

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Install PHP Ioncube loader Linux

Howto install PHP Ioncube loader Linux. Download the ioncube loader to your server. x86 (32 bit). wget http://downloads2.ioncube.com/loader_downloads/ioncube_loaders_lin_x86.tar.gz x86_64 (64 bit). wget http://downloads2.ioncube.com/loader_downloads/ioncube_loaders_lin_x86-64.tar.gz Extract the archive. tar -zxf your-archive.tar.gz [..]

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Recover Plesk password Linux

If you have forgotten your Plesk admin login, heres how to recover Plesk password. Plesk 9 password recovery. cat /etc/psa/.psa.shadow Plesk 10 password recovery. /usr/local/psa/bin/admin –show-password  

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Hyper V clock drift Linux

Hyper V clock drift issues Linux fix. A fix if your Linux virtual machine clock is loosing time sync, using Programmable Interrupt Timer. Modify the grub boot options. nano [..]

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Bash scripting tutorial. Bash scripting introduction Hello World!

Bash scripting tutorial 1. One of the most powerful tools to have as a Linux administrator is BASH scripting. Example 1 Simple Hello World! Create the script using [..]

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PHP info. Checking your PHP install

How to check your current PHP install using PHP info. Need to find details of the PHP installed on your server? Create a php script using the text [..]

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Linux package manager commands cheat sheet

Linux package manager commands cheat sheet. Yum package manager Linux (Yellowdog updater modified). Install package. yum install packagename Update a package. yum update packagename Check for updates. yum [..]

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Changing SSH port on Red Hat based servers

If your running a Linux web server one advisable security step is changing SSH port on your server, from the default of port 22. This is to help prevent the [..]

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