Steps to enable SSH on VPS through WHM

If you require to permit SSH access to an ordinary account created by you on your VPS or SSH is disabled on your hosting account this can be done easily through your WHM. The following tutorial will explain how to enable shell access on your VPS server through the WHM. Please open WHM control panel […]

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How to change the Server IP address in your WHM/ cPanel

1. Change of IP address on your main server. In order to change the IP address for your main server, you must log in to your control panel and select the Network Tab. Inside the Network Tab Seek the VPS control and click on the ‘Set as Main IP Address’ button that is on the […]

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VMware vCenter operations Manager custom UIs fails Error

“After changing the admin password the custom UIs fails hence Login VMware vCenter operations Manager” Indications Via script “resetadminpwd.sh” the password of the admin user for VMware vCenter Operations Manager has been reset recently. Using the admin account, the access to Analytics virtual machines and UI is working. Custom UIs and the vSphere are inaccessible. […]

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VMware Installation and Configuration Tutorial

VMware Workstation Tutorial VMware is a virtualization program. With this program you can install multiple operating systems virtually on our computers. You can test or test different operating systems without changing anything in our system. Many times we want to upgrade to Linux for example, but we dare not and we do not know whether […]

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Using SMTP for Sending E-mail in phpBB (PHP Mail Alternative)

For security reasons, sending e-mail using the internal PHP mail() function is disabled on most of our shared servers. By default, phpBB sends e-mail via the internal PHP mail() function. You will need to switch over to using SMTP authentication for e-mails to work. phpBB has built-in settings that allow you to control whether phpBB […]

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PHP 5.6.0 Released With 10 New Features

The new release of the PHP scripting language promises more performance and brings a few new features. Almost fifteen months after the release of PHP 5.5, there is again a major release of the popular scripting language for the web. Version 5.6 offers more performance and introduces some changes to the syntax, so could now […]

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What is HTTPA Protocol and How it has Access to our Data

Currently, most people feel comfortable conducting financial transactions on the Internet. The cryptographic schemes that protect credit card purchases have proved reliable for years. So as you increase the amount of information circulating on the Internet about us, our main concern is becoming accidental misuse of persons authorized to access the same: new stories about […]

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What is HTTP 2.0 and What Changes will it bring?

HTTP is the protocol designed by the IETF and W3C to regulate transactions of information (files, database queries, etc.) on the World Wide Web, after 18 years since the implementation of HTTP 1.0 by Tim himself Berners-Lee, the same version 2.0 is about to reach our browsing sessions (the forecast is that this occurs from […]

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7 Important Points to Remember If you are Still Using Windows XP

The news from Microsoft does not mean that today’s computers with the operating system XP will stop working, but remain at the mercy of hackers, as the manufacturer, Microsoft, stop issuing security updates and not give more support to XP. Microsoft said,”The infections will rise 66 percent from 8 April on Windows XP. “ Despite […]

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