Tag: Tutorial

How to Upgrade Apache and PHP With cPanel’s EasyApache

Posted on by Ronald Caldwell | Updated:
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If you run a cPanel server, and need to upgrade your Apache or PHP version, cPanel provides the EasyApache tool in Web Host Manager (WHM) to make these updates a breeze. While some generally prefer to run this functionality from the command line, the WHM graphical user interface (GUI) is a simplified method.

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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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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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Installing NGINX on your cPanel server allows your webserver to increase server security, server performance, load balancing, and cache content. Hence, NGINX translates into faster websites and better experiences for end users.

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MariaDB is a free, open-source database management system that replaces the proprietary MySQL database management system. Many new features and changes have been added and improved in each MariaDB version. For version 10.8.0, some new features include:

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The MariaDB server is a popular, open-source relational database known in the standard repositories of all major Linux distributors.

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How to Use React Spring

Posted on by Kyle Johnson | Updated:
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What is React Spring?

React Spring is an animation library that simplifies user interface (UI) animations. The animations have a natural look and feel due to their reliance on spring physics.

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Transferring small files to your new Windows Server can be a hassle when first setting everything up. Plesk, file transfer protocol (FTP), or network file sharing might not be ready to use, or your Internet service provider (ISP) may block those web ports.

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How to Install and Set Up OpenBSD

Posted on by Kyle Willett | Updated:
Category: Tutorials | Tags: OpenBSD, Tutorial
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OpenBSD is a free and open source, Unix-like operating system with a focus on security. It is based on the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD). In this article, we will look at how to set up a simple OpenBSD server for purposes such as:

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