How to De-Activate Network Interfaces in Virtualmin

The focus of this article is to teach you how to de-activate a network interface that you may no longer need to use in Virtualmin. To get the full use of this guide you’ll need to have Virtualmin installed with Webmin access. If you’re not certain how to do this, please refer to the following guides which cover this in detail:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   When you’re ready to proceed please utilize the following steps to de-activate any unused network interface in Virtualmin:   Select the Webmin section Click the Networking…

How to Change Your Hostname In Linux

The hostname is a feature with Linux operating systems that allows identification of a server. This can be used to easily determine the difference between two servers. Aside from personal identification of the server, the hostname is used with most network processes and other applications may rely on this as well. For example, cPanel / WHM uses the hostname for internal processes.   Display Current Hostname Step One: Log into your server via SSH Step Two: Type in the following command and hit Enter on your keyboard   hostname   How To Change Your Hostname In CentOS 7 and Debian…

Customizing the Bash Environment

…User specific aliases and functions # Environment Variables PATH=$PATH:/home/hwtest/bin # Aliases alias ls=’ls -a’ alias ll=’ls -lah –color=auto’ # Prompt PS1=”[\u@\h:\w] \$?\n\\$ ” # Display on session start df -h uptime You can see the result of adding the df -hand uptime commands in the following example. The commands will run every time a new shell session is started so be sure to only put quick and low resource cost commands here or it could delay the session from starting.   Helpful Related Articles Common Linux Commands List of Useful Ports to Know at Hostwinds Getting Started with CentOS 7…

LAMP Stack Application Overview

This installation is available through reinstalling the OS (Operating System) on your VPS which will configure the VPS as a LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP) stack. This server includes the following setup already configured for you: Latest version of CentOS 7 Latest version of Apache Web Server MariaDB 10.1 installed and configured Latest version of PHP-FPM installed and configured   Accessing FTP To access your server through FTP, you’ll use the server’s IP or hostname provided in your welcome email. Your username will be root and the password will be your server’s root password. Your webserver’s filepath is typically located…

How To Change Your Server Time In Virtualmin

Changing your server’s system time in Virtualmin can be easily accomplished by using the System Time module. This article will teach you how to locate the System Time module and change your server time or timezone. You’ll need to have Virtualmin installed on your server and be logged in with Webmin access. If you’re not sure about how to do this, please refer to the following guides:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   How Do I Change My Server Time In Virtualmin? To change your server’s system time please refer to the following…

How to install Ruby GEMS in Virtualmin

Using the Ruby GEMS module in Webmin allows you to do exactly what you’d expect, install Ruby gems. This article will cover the process required to begin installing Ruby gems so that you can begin using Ruby with Virtualmin. You’ll need to have Virtualmin installed on your server and be logged in with Webmin access. These guides can help you do that if needed:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   To begin installing new Ruby gems, please refer to the following:   Click on the Webmin section Click on the Others option Select…

How to Manually Edit the php.ini File in Virtualmin

With Virtualmin, you can edit most configuration files, such as the php.ini file, directly from within the GUI. This guide will show you how to use the PHP Configuration module to edit the php.ini file. First you have to have Virtualmin installed on your server and be logged in with Webmin access. If you’e not certain how to do this, please refer to the following guides:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   When you’re ready to proceed, please refer to the following steps:   Select the Webmin section Click on the Others option…

How to Setup Bandwidth Monitoring (Virtualmin)

Bandwidth monitoring can be used to notify server owners or specified user accounts when a site/server exceeds its allocated bandwidth limit. This article will show you how to enable bandwidth monitoring within Virtualmin. You’ll need to have Virtualmin installed and be able to login to your Virtualmin panel. We have guides for doing both below if you’ren’t sure how to do it:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   When you’re ready to proceed, please refer to the following steps to setup bandwidth monitoring:   Click on the Virtualmin section Select the System Settings…

How to View Bandwidth Usage in Virtualmin

In a previous article, we covered: How to Setup Bandwidth Monitoring. However, once setup, you may be wondering how to view this usage in Virtualmin. The focus of this guide is to teach you how to view a virtual server’s bandwidth usage in Virtualmin. You’ll need to have Virtualmin installed on your server and be able to access the Virtualmin control panel. If you need help with either, please see the following guides:   How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   When you’re ready, please proceed with the following steps:   Select the Virtualmin section…

How To Change The Hostname In Virtualmin

…How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to login to Webmin   How To Change The Hostname In Virtualmin When you’re logged in and ready to proceed, please refer to the following steps:   Click on the Webmin section Select the Networking option Click the Network Configuration module Select the Hostname and DNS Client module     You should now see the Hostname and DNS Client interface Locate the Hostname field Enter in a new Hostname into the Hostname field When you’re satisfied click the Save button     Once saved, your new Hostname should now be active.   Helpful…

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