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Patch and Protect Linux Kernel Zero Day Vulnerability CVE-2016-0728 [ Jan/19/2016...

very serious security problem has been found in the Linux kernel. A 0-day local privilege escalation vulnerability has existed since 2012. This bug affects...

How to install Nagios on CentOS 5 or 6

IntroductionThis guide is intended to provide you with simple instructions on how to install Nagios from source (code) on CentOS and have it monitoring...

Enabling SNMP On CentOS / RHEL

Setting up SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) on a CentOS machine is a very quick and easy process. First we will install SNMP itself by...

Install Ruby on Rails in cPanel/WHM

The installation of Ruby on Rails in cPanel has two parts, first is installing Ruby itself, which can be accomplished by running:/scripts/installrubyThis script will...

How To: Add swap to a KVM VPS or Dedicated Server...

Swap is beneficial, because it allows inactive memory blocks to be written to disk, freeing up real memory for stuff like file system caching....

Basic Linux Commands (Cheat Sheet)

Here are many common Linux commands that will be helpful to you, if you ever even use the command line interface in Linux. Most...

Bash Scripting Basics: Part 2 – Statements and variables

Now that we know how to create a very basic script and run them its time to get started on learning how statements and variables work....

5 Basic Linux SSH Client Commands

Let us review the following 5 basic command line usage of the ssh client.Identify SSH client version Login to remote host ...

WHM/Cpanel Increase The Size Of /tmp (/usr/tmpDSK) Partition

You may have noticed that cPanel’s default partition size for /tmp is 512 MB, which in some cases can be way too small. And sometime...

Install nginx as reverse proxy in cPanel

The web-hosting control panel’s default web-server is Apache. cPanel/WHM doesn’t have native support on Nginx, but we can install and configure it so that it will...