How to Install cPanel on CentOS

cPanel is a well known, most reliable and intuitive commercial control panel for web hosting providers. With it’s rich features that can be used via a powerful graphical user interface to manage all shared, reseller and business hosting services and much more, it is hard to compare any other control panel to cPanel. With cPanel, […]

How To Install a FiveM Server on Windows

Windows Prerequisites Visual C++ Redistributable 2019 or newer. Git to assure a correct installation. Installation Create a new directory (for example D:\FXServer\server), this will be used for the server binaries. Download the latest master branch build for Windows from the artifacts server. Extract the build into the directory previously created.3b. Use any archivin...

How To Install a FiveM Server on Linux

Linux Create a new folder (for example mkdir /home/username/FXServer/server), this will be used for the server binaries. Download the latest master branch build for Linux from the artifacts server(copy the URL for the latest server version and use wget <url> to download it). Extract the build to the directory that was previously created, using cd /home/user...

How To Set Up and Configure an OpenVPN Server on CentOS

A VPN allows you to connect to remote VPN servers, making your connection encrypted and secure and surf the web anonymously by keeping your traffic data private. There are many commercial VPN providers you can choose from, but you can never be truly sure that the provider is not logging your activity. The safest option […]

How to Choose the Right Control Panel for Your Server

Control panels¬†generally should not be installed on existing¬†servers with software and services already installed. Instead, we highly recommend you install control panels on new deployments. Control panels are generally simple to use, but they can also have their own amount of complexity that needs to be accounted for. What Does a Control Panel Do? A […]

How To Run Traceroute on macOS and Windows

Traceroute is an application that traces the path data takes from one computer to another. Basically a traceroute is a map that shows what stops or locations that data must pass through in order to go from one computer to another. This is a very effective troubleshooting tool when diagnosing connectivity issues from one server […]

How to choose a Data Center

Choosing a shiny new home for your server is kind of like choosing a real estate investment. Location. Location. Location! Location is one of the most important factors when selecting your data center.¬† Depending on the content you are delivering to your users and the size of your user-base, you will likely want to put […]

How to install CSF (Config Server Firewall) on CentOS 8

ConfigServer Firewall, also known as CSF, is a firewall configuration script created to provide better security for your server while giving you an advanced, easy to use interface for managing firewall settings. ConfigServer Firewall also comes with a service called Login Failure Daemon, or LFD Prerequisites CentOS 8 (CentOS 7 will also work). root privileges to your ...

How to Create a mySQL Backup using Command Line

Whether you’re running a LAMP stack on Ubuntu or CentOS, it is usually very good practice to back up your MySQL databases to prevent data loss. Here we will teach you how to do this with the help of the mysqldump command. Your Ubuntu Server is now up and running with a LAMP stack in your […]

How Do I Change the SSH Port on my Server?

To Change the SSH Port for Your Linux Server Connect to your server via SSH Switch to the root user Run the following command:vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config Locate the following line:# Port 22 Remove # and change 22 to your desired port number. Restart the sshd service by running the following command: service sshd restart