Category: Tips and Tricks


cPanel vs DirectAdmin, Which to Use and Why?

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cPanel vs DirectAdmin, Which to Use and Why

A web control panel can make or break your hosting account experience and server configuration. So, it is important to select the right one. And narrowing down to the two most popular options available i.e., cPanel and DirectAdmin, is very easy. But it is tricky to choose between the two. Especially, with the increase in the price of the cPanel licensing fee, there has been a lot of buzz on the Internet and hosting forums regarding its alternatives. So, in this post, we will compare cPanel and DirectAdmin on key areas to find out which one is good for you. So, let’s get started!

How to Install Prestashop on CentOS 7

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How to Install Prestashop on CentOS 7

PrestaShop is one of the most popular open source e-commerce self-hosted platforms. PrestaShop is completely free and open source, used by thousands of online stores around the world. In this article, we will explain the process of installing the latest version of PrestaShop on a CentOS 7 VPS with Apache, MariaDB, and PHP. In this tutorial, we will show you how do you install Prestashop on CentOS 7 based server.

sudo Command Example

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sudo command example

In this post, we will discuss ‘sudo’ command and we will show you sudo command examples. The sudo command is one of the most important and commonly used command in Linux. It is very important that the Linux user understand sudo command to increase security and prevent unexpected things, that the user have to go through. In the most of the Linux operating system, sudo (“superuser do”, “switch user do”) permits a user with proper permissions to execute a command as another user, like the superuser. Basically, the sudo command allows a permitted user to execute a command as the superuser or another user such as modify important system configuration files, remove packages, create users and groups, install and update.
On the other hand, the system administrator can share the root password (which is not the recommended method), so that normal users of the system can access the root account via the sudo command. The behavior of the sudo command is controlled by the /etc/sudoers file on your system.

Grep command examples

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Grep is one of the most used commands in Unix (or Linux). The name “grep” means “general regular expression parser” The grep command is used to search for text strings or regular expressions within one or more files. It can be very useful in your daily administration work on your Linux Cloud Hosting account.