Category: Tutorials

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Flutter is a free and open source UI framework that was released in 2017 and originally developed by Google. Flutter enables developers to create cross-platform applications using only one codebase. It is a fantastic tool for developers as it can drastically accelerate app development, reduce costs, and make cross-platform app updates easier.

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This tutorial will provide instructions on how to migrate a WordPress site from any other server or a local installation to a new cPanel & WHM server. Even if you’re not switching hosting plans, this can be useful if you’re developing a website on a different server from the production server.

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LsyncD (Live Syncing Daemon) is used to sync or replicate both files and directories locally and remotely after a specific interval of time. LsyncD uses rsync and ssh in the backend. 

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When it comes to the preferred operating system for the backend or server-side of web hosting, CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) has long occupied the space. Released in 2004, CentOS is derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and, through the years, has strived to provide a free enterprise-class platform that has maintained 1:1 compatibility with RHEL. 

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How to Create an FTP Server and Account in AlmaLinux

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The file transfer protocol (FTP) and secure file transfer protocol (SFTP) or SSH File Transfer Protocol are popular protocols that are used to download files from a remote or local server or upload files onto the server.

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Linux Malware Detect (LMD), or Maldet, is a malware scanner designed by R-FX Networks that finds and helps deal with malware on Linux machines. It was built to combat the threats faced in shared hosting environments. It uses virus information from different malware detection structures to find currently used malware and generates key factors that allow it to be detected to help others.

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WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) currently. However, it does require regular updates to ensure full functionality and best performance. When performing updates, it's always recommended to have a separate clone of the site in a staging environment to test patches and updates for compatibility with your site and plugins.

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LAMP stack stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP - a set of open source software installed on your server to host dynamic websites and applications. Each component of the LAMP stack has a distinct purpose:

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