How to Install FTP Server Linux using ProFTPd

Proftpd is one of the most popular FTP server, secure and reliable for the Linux operating system. Proftpd using a single configuration file and it is very easy to set up. The purpose of this article is to show you how easy it is to install FTP Server Linux ProFTPd server in CentOS 6 Linux. […]

How to Use Fail2ban to Stop/Prevent SSH Brute Force on Linux

Brute-force break-in attempts are quite frequent against the SSH server. However, there is an open source software that can help you deal with this problem automatically, namely fail2ban. Fail2ban provides a way to protect private virtual server( VPS ) from malicious behavior by intruders or hackers automatically. This program works by scanning through log files […]

How to Grant a New User to Root Privileges on CentOS 6 / CentOS 7

One recommended way to manage virtual private server (VPS) or a dedicated linux server is not using the root account as the main access for SSH login. This is because usually the hackers will try to brute force your root password and potentially get access to your server. Instead of using the default root account, […]

How to Install Varnish 4 on CentOS 6 / CentOS 7

Varnish is an open source web accelerator typically run in front of web servers such as Apache or Nginx. It is also known as HTTP reverse proxy and designed to serve static content, such as images, stylesheets or scripts. Varnish will keep copies of pages from page revisit the same web server ( Apache or […]

How to Add Linux Swap Space on CentOS 6 VPS

I have a virtual private server (VPS) and plans to run a WordPress blog in it. A limited amount of RAM and swap size will be an issue because some software applications like MySQL, Apache, NGINX, PHP, HHVM and Varnish requires more memory to operate. From my past experience in Ubiquity Hosting and Linode, the […]

How to Remove/Uninstall Nginx Installed from Source on CentOS 6/RHEL 6

On this day, Nginx web server is reported to be a most popular and fastest in the internet if installed properly. But it should always be updated from time to time in order to maintain stability and high security so that is not exposed to hackers. For system administrators and web masters, it is routine […]

How to Install Nginx 1.6.2 with PageSpeed on Linux CentOS 6

This article will show you the steps to install Nginx and ngx_pagespeed module on Linux CentOS 6 virtual private server (VPS). By using ngx_pagespeed, the speed of your website will be faster without installing any additional applications such as wordpress plugin and so on. This is because ngx_pagespeed have some Nginx module which rewrites your […]

How to Enable EPEL and Remi Repository into CentOS 6

EPEL stand for Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux. EPEL repository is a Fedora Special Interest Group that creates, maintains, and manages a high quality set of additional packages for Enterprise Linux, including, but not limited to, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS and Scientific Linux (SL), Oracle Enterprise Linux(OEL). Remi repository is a yum repository […]

How to Install and Use Traceroute in Linux RHEL 6/7, CentOS 6/7, Oracle Linux 6/7

Traceroute command is a network diagnostic tool for displaying the route packets take to network host or destination. It shows how long each hop will takes and how many hops that the packet requires to reach the specify destination. In linux, traceroute command is used while in windows and dos environment, they used tracert command. […]

How to Update CentOS 6.4 System using ‘yum update’

This post will show how you can update CentOS 6.4 system with ‘yum‘ command. You should update the linux to newer release or latest linux kernal because you will get security fixes, stability improvements, updated device drivers, get new kernel functions and to increased speed of the linux operating system. After get all above benefits, […]

How to Add Network Adapter Without Reboot on CentOS 6/RHEL 6

This article will explain how to prepare more than one network interface on a VMware virtual machine (VM) without reboot the linux server. Normally, a network interface is sufficient to run a linux server. To ensure a balance of traffic or to enable multiple network segments in a VM, it is advisable to install more […]

Linode Network Upgrades and 8 Cores Xen Instances

Linode Network Upgrade Early of March 2013, Linode has performed network upgrade that improves throughput, decrease latency and add redundancy at their host layer. They are upgrading overall network in all six datacenters in the US, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. With zero downtime, Linode customer will get outbound network cap increased 5 times and amount of […]

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