Debian

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VIRTUAL USERS (SERVICE ACCOUNTS) AND REGULAR USERS (DEBIAN)

Regular Users   User accounts are used by real users Each process runs as a particular user Each file is owned by a particular user A human/real user has a real login shell e.g. /bin/sh, /bin/bash, /bin/csh A human user usually has a home directory (most of the time in /home)   Virtual Users   A…

HOW TO DELETE A USER (DEBIAN)

You may find that at some point you have a user account that is no longer needed and needs to be removed from your server. As always, we suggest making a snapshot backup before making changes to your account and before following this guide.    Delete A User In Debian   Deleting a user in…

INSTALL PROFTPD (DEBIAN 9)

This guide will walk you through ProFTPd server installation and configuration, showing you how to customize your FTP server’s actions by walking you through ProFTPd configuration.     How To Install ProFTPd On Debian 9 Step 1: SSH into your Debian Installation  Step 2 : Install Updates

  Step 3: Install Proftpd

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How To Change File Permissions

When working with Linux, there may come a time where you will need to modify file or folder permissions due to a 403 error on your Website, or for a certain script or program to run properly. This can either be done using cPanel’s File Manager, which makes this an easy process or directly from…

How To Install Node.js On Linux

Along with the many technologies out there, such as Ruby, Python and PHP, you may have heard of one called Node.js. Node.js is a lightweight and seemingly efficient JavaScript runtime that can be used to run JavaScript code outside of the browser. Among the other amazing features that Node.js has jam packed into itself, it…