Installing WordPress on CentOS-WebPanel

You might want to install WordPress if you are using your CentOS Web Panel so that you can build your website using this popular application.   Installing WordPress   Login to the user account control panel that you would like the WordPress on Go to addons and select WordPress Select the Protocol, Domain, and what directory to install it under Choose the language of the installation Create a specific database name and user for this installation Then click install Now go to the new WordPress site where you should see this screen to select you language for the site Next…

Cloud Instance Overview

…Instances cPanel (CentOS 7 + cPanel) CPVLab (CentOS 7 + CPVLab) LAMP Stack (CentOS 7 + LAMP) Minecraft (McMyAdmin) WordPress (CentOS 7 + WordPress)   Additional charges may apply for application licenses   Available Addons There are a number of available, additional addons you can order for your server. These include:   Basic Server Monitoring Monitoring service that is highly customizable and submits a support ticket on your behalf when your service fails a check/test. This allows our support technicians to review and resolve the issue without your interaction being required. Our monitoring service is highly recommended if you’re running…

Managing IPTables Rules

…commands:   Note: IPTables should be pre-installed on CentOS 6.   Ubuntu   apt-get install iptables-persistent   CentOS 7   systemctl stop firewalld systemctl mask firewalld yum install iptables-services systemctl enable iptables systemctl start iptables   IPTables will now be installed on your system. Let’s take a look at how to use IPTables.   How do I use IPTables? This section will cover some basic IPTables specific commands and uses, such as how to list your current ruleset and blocking an IP address from establishing a connection.   List Rules by Specification To list the currently active ruleset by specification…

Creating a User Account in CentOS Web Panel

What is a CentOS Web Panel Account? CentOS Web Panel (CWP) is similar to other control panels in that your main/root account controls the various global aspects of a server, and user accounts manage the websites, and website specific settings for the domains created under the account. The best analogy would be that a Panel Account is the equivalent to a cPanel account for a server running WHM.   How do I create a CWP User Account? First, you would need to sign into your CentOS Web Panel admin account. You can do so by navigating to your dedicated IP:2030,…

Restoring Files From A Duplicati Backup on CentOS

This article will describe how to restore data from your Duplicati based nightly backup product. This is actually a very simple process and should only take a few steps to complete. It should be basically the same in both Windows and Linux servers since the steps would be identical and only the directory paths with vary. In this example, we’ll use a simple CentOS 7 installation to demonstrate. Removing Test Files To Restore In the image below, we’ll show the location of the files we’re using for this restoration. For the sake of simplicity, we’ve created a directory called ‘images’…

How To Bind Additional IP Addresses To A Fedora 20 Server

Binding additional IP addresses in any Linux environment can seem to be complicated, however, if you follow this guide you’ll find that binding IP addresses in Fedora Linux is quite easy. Please note that although this guide is written specifically for Fedora, these steps are applicable to other RHEL distros, such as CentOS.   First you’ll need to connect to your server via SSH or another method such as VNC. For more information on how to connect to your server via SSH, please review Connecting To Your Server Via SSH. You’ll then need to determine the adapter name that is…

How To Update Your Server (Linux)

How Do I Update My Linux Server? You can update your server by logging into the server and calling the update function of the package manager that your Linux distro uses. This process can vary from Linux distro to Linux distro, however the following is applicable to the most popular Linux distros that we offer at this time.   The following steps require you to be logged into the server as the root user via SSH.   Centos/RedHat To update your Red Hat based distro, use the following command while logged into the server via SSH.   yum update  …

Creating Cron Jobs (CentOS Web Panel)

CentOS Web Panel allows users and administrators to create and run Cron jobs as needed. The administrator can create a cron job for any user in the administrator panel. Users can only make cron jobs for their own account.   Running Cron Jobs as an Administrator   Login to your administrator panel Search cron under the navigation Select whether you need the cron to run on the administrator or user accounts   Administrator Option   This page has four sections Current cron jobs set Add a common cron job (run once a day, once a week, once a month, etc…)…

How to Install Packages Using Virtualmin

Typically to install software in a Linux based environment you’d do so using the package manager for that Linux distro from within the Linux shell (command line). If this sounds like something you’d be interested in we have covered this topic for both Ubuntu 14.04 and CentOS 7 in the following two articles: How to download and install software (Ubuntu 14.04) How to download and install software (CentOS 7)   But not everyone is comfortable installing software without the aid of GUI, which is where a control panel like Virtualmin can come in handy! The focus of this article is…

What are My Operating System Options?

each operating system has their own minimum requirements. Please review the Minimum System Requirements for Operating Systems before purchase if you are uncertain if a chosen operating system will run smoothly on the server of your choice.   Windows Servers Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter (Dedicated Servers only) Windows Server 2012 R2 Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter (Dedicated Servers only) Windows Server 2016 Windows Server 2016 Datacenter (Dedicated Servers only) Review our handy article if you need help Choosing Your Windows OS Version.   CentOS Servers (Linux) CentOS 6 CentOS 7 CentOS 7 optimized for cPanel/WHM…