Our regular additions to our Knowledge Base keep it updated with relevant topics for our customers. In this edition of the KB Weekly Wrap-Up, we feature mlocate, automatic background updates for WordPress and WordPress core, the Xfce desktop environment, Pip, and VNC servers.
- How to Install mlocate (locate and updatedb Commands) on CentOS 6
Follow our step-by-step instructions for installing mlocate to quickly find files by filename on CentOS 6.
- How to Enable and Disable Automatic Background Updates for WordPress Core
The Automatic Background Updates feature causes WordPress to update whenever a new major or minor release is available. Learn how to enable and disable this feature when necessary.
- How to Completely Disable Automatic Background Updates for WordPress
While not recommended except under special circumstance, follow these step-by-step instructions to learn how to completely disable automatic background WordPress updates.
- How to Install the Xfce Desktop Environment on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Liquid Web servers running Ubuntu 14.04 don’t include a graphical desktop environment by default, but follow these step by step instructions to learn how to install the Xfce Desktop Environment on your Ubuntu 14.04 LTS environment.
- How to Install VNC Server on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Learn how to install a VNC, or “virtual network computing,” server on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, which will allow you to connect to a server’s graphical desktop environment remotely.
- How to Install Pip on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Follow these step by step instructions for installing Pip, a popular and extraordinarily useful tool for installing and managing Python packages, on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
- How to Configure a VNC Server to Use an SSH Tunnel on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Learn how to configure a your VNC server to use an SSH Tunnel on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.