Category: Common Fixes

The Common Fixes category outlines the Knowledge Base articles and tutorials associated with information that can be located and utilized quickly to solve small, everyday problems a client may encounter.

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Having access to Ubuntu manual pages (man pages) on your server is an essential asset with which to be familiar. Most Linux-based OS distributions include the man command out of the box. In those cases, there is not much needed. On the other hand, installations that do not have man pages are just a quick command away from having them.

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A web robot’s primary job is to crawl or scan websites and pages for information; they work tirelessly to collect data for search engines and other applications. For some, there is good reason to keep pages away from search engines. Whether you want to fine-tune access to your site or want to work on a development site without showing up on Google results, once implemented, the robots.txt file lets web crawlers and bots know what information they can collect.

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Let’s face it. At some point, while running your WordPress site, you will run into issues and errors and may ultimately have to ask yourself, How Do I Fix My WordPress Site?

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What is a Hosts File?

The hosts file is a local plain text file that maps servers or hostnames to IP addresses. This file has been in use since the time of ARPANET. It was the original method to resolve hostnames to a specific IP address. The hosts file is usually the first process in the domain name resolution procedure. Here is an example of a hosts file entry.

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How to Solve the VSFTPD 500 OOPS Error

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In this article, we discuss how to remedy the following error message in VSFTPD.

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How to Upgrade Ubuntu 16.04 to Ubuntu 18.04

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If you are still using Ubuntu version 16.04, you may want to consider updating to the latest Long Term Support release, version 18.04. In this post, we will cover what a Long Term Support release is and why you would want to use it. You will also learn the significant changes between 16.04 and 18.04. Last, but not least, you will also learn how to upgrade your dedicated server from Ubuntu 16.04 to Ubuntu 18.04.

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When updating from Ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04, we used the following command as one of the steps to update to the newer version. 

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Pre-Flight Check
  • These instructions are intended specifically for solving the error: No matching DirectoryIndex (index.html) found.
  • I’ll be working from both Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 6 and CentOS 7 servers, and I’ll be logged in as root.

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Have you run into the cPanel error seen below in WHM where it prevents you from adding more cPanel accounts? It states that you have exceeded the total number of accounts allowed by your license. If so, this tutorial will demonstrate how you can increase the quantity of available accounts from within your Manage interface.

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In this article, we will discuss how and why a VPS server or Dedicated server might block an IP address and how to resolve it.

When your company hosts a website or web app online, whether it’s an individual dedicated server or a whole server cluster, you naturally expect to have uninterrupted access at all times. However, it’s possible that in rare circumstances, your server could accidentally block your IP and prevent you from connecting and using the service.

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