Monthly Archive:: December 2022

Best CentOS Alternatives 2023

Are you looking for a CentOS alternative in 2023? If so, you’re in good company. Many people have been after CentOS alternatives in the last few years. This is largely due to changes made by RedHat for licensing and ongoing maintenance for CentOS. Those of you who are unfamiliar with CentOS should know that it

How to turn PHP safe mode off?

Have you ever experienced something like this? Everything is going well as you work on a PHP project until you suddenly see an error message stating that “safe mode is turned on.” It’s annoying to have your progress blocked by this unforeseen issue because you don’t know what this means or how to fix it.

What is the meaning of “Non-authoritative answer” given by nslookup? DNS Demystified

Have you ever executed the nslookup command and been notified that the result was “Non-authoritative”? If you’re like many people, you’ve probably seen this message a lot but never really understood what it meant. Those who are unfamiliar with working with DNS servers may find this to be a complicated and misunderstood subject. But for

How to Install PHP GD Library in Cpanel? A solution for cPanel VPS and Dedicated Servers

When I was more actively involved in web development, I frequently had to install the PHP GD library on a dedicated or VPS server running cPanel. Anyone just getting started with web development who wants to add more functionality to their website is likely to encounter this issue the most. Though it’s a frequently requested

How to set up SSH so you don’t have to type in your password

Have you ever had a friend or coworker ask you how to set up SSH so they don’t need to enter their password each time they log in? If so, you are not alone. People who are new to utilizing SSH and are sick of having to input their password repeatedly frequently ask me this

What does “Time to Live Exceeded” mean? TTL Explained

As a network administrator, I occasionally hear the question, “What does it mean when I get an error message that says “Time to Live exceeded”?” People often ask this question when they are having connectivity problems. This error message may appear while using the ping or traceroute command to diagnose one of these problems.. In

How to get 100% Uptime? Web hosting reliability explained.

Have you ever experienced something similar? When you deploy a new website or server, it frequently goes down when you least expect it. If you’re like most people, you’re frustrated by downtime and aware of the harm it can bring to your website or business. However, don’t worry; we are here to assist. In this

How to install cPanel on Ubuntu OS

Have you wanted to use cPanel with Ubuntu instead of CentOS? Now you can! Many users prefer to use Have you considered substituting Ubuntu for CentOS when using cPanel? Now you can! Due to its popularity and ease of use as a control panel for managing websites, cPanel is frequently chosen by customers. In the

Why does the Linux df command show 100% disk used even after deleting many GB of files?

Does this sound familiar? Your Linux file system is full, so you delete a large number of big files. However, when you check disk usage with df, the disk still shows up as being completely full. If this has happened to you, you’re not alone. Most systems administrators have experienced this at least once. Understanding

How to disable the php mail() function

Are you frustrated with random PHP scripts being able to send spam from your server? If so you’re not alone. Many website administrators have this problem with PHP scripts on their server, and it can be a time consuming game of whack a mole to deal with it. There are many reasons you’d want to