How To Create A Software Install List

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Purpose

The purpose of this article is to describe and explore ways to copy or backup your currently existing installed software titles into a single file for later use. We can then use this file to reinstall the software onto another system or clone the existing software across multiple Linux systems on or across a network. This method also prevents the need to install software titles one by one.

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Update: WHMCS CURL Bug

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WHMCS has discovered a problem in an earlier EA4 Curl Package introduced on CentOS servers.

Update!

UPDATE: This is reportedly fixed in ea-libcurl-7.67.0-2.2.1, so it should no longer be necessary to downgrade. (https://github.com/CpanelInc/libcurl/commit/7ca2bbb724ac54a3c41950c8736076953bf1429b)

Working versions:
* ea-libcurl-7.66.0-1.1.2.cpanel.x86_64
* ea-libcurl-7.67.0-2.2.1.cpanel.x86_64

Buggy version:
*ea-libcurl-7.67.0-1.1.2.cpanel.x86_64

Per https://forums.cpanel.net/threads/cpanel-curl-update-breaks-whmcs-enom-module.663449/ it may be necessary to restart PHP-FPM to apply the changes to the running PHP binaries.

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What Is Vue JS CLI 3 ? (Vue 3) – Part 2

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Introduction 

In our last tutorial, we learned how to install Vue JS 2 CLI and set up a simple application.  Due to the release of the new Vue JS 3 CLI, we decided to create a new tutorial that will highlight some of the updated features which are exceptional in regards to this advanced development framework. 

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PHP-FPM/Nginx Vulnerability – CVE-2019-11043

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A new vulnerability in PHP-FPM has been noted which could lead to remote code execution on nginx. An earlier message on Twitter exposed the CVE-2019-11043 bug:

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How To Install Software From Source on Ubuntu

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In this article, we are going to cover the available options for installing software on Ubuntu. By the end of this article, you’ll be equipped with an arsenal of tools for installing the exact software you want on your Ubuntu server! We will be installing three different software packages from source, deb, and flatpack.

Typically, the Ubuntu OS ships with an excellent package management system called APT. Apt-get, or the more recent apt command, are the interfaces users would typically utilize to search for, download, and install packages.

What happens when you need to install something on your Ubuntu server, but the software package isn’t available for installing via apt?

What if you need to build a software package from source to access the newest features from the latest version of that package?

How do I locate the dependencies for the software I need?

We will answer those questions below!

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Understanding the Apache Service Status

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In this article, we will be reviewing the Apache Service Status. Sometimes checking the performance of a server can be difficult. Apache has built-in utilities that assist in monitoring the usage and performance of Apache. Apache Status also provides information that aids in performance auditing and control tuning.

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Interworx vs. cPanel: Part 1

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In this next series of articles, we will be doing a side by side comparison of the main features of both InterWorx/SiteWorx vs. cPanel/WHM. We offer this information to assist our clients in choosing the right product to fit their needs. Let’s dive right in…

Note:
When logging into the InterWorx server panel, you must use https or you will see a SSL mismatch warning.

Home Screens

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Installing Tomcat 9 on Windows

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Apache Tomcat

What is Tomcat?

Apache Tomcat installs several Java Enterprise Edition specs including Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java EL, and WebSocket. It provides for a “pure Java” HTTP web server environment in which Java code can run.

Tomcat 9 is the latest version of Apache’s Tomcat service and can easily be installed on Windows to serve as a convenient way to run Java.

There are many features and tools that Tomcat 9 has to offer that can make the deployment of web pages more manageable, including the use of JavaServer Pages.

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Serverless vs. FaaS: A Beginner’s Guide

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In this guide, we will compare Serverless Computing versus Function As A Service (FaaS). We will be discussing some of the similarities as well as some of the differences between the two options.

In the early 2000s, when building a web application or service, a full team was needed to develop, deploy, configure, and maintain the software. Many companies performed all of these tasks in house. The decisions they often faced included: 

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