How to add PHP7 support in cPanel via command line

PHP7 support is the dream of every developer and admins. Earlier for php7, we needed to use either cloudlinux or 1H tools. The newer version of cPanel comes with a new version of easyapache. It comes with a lot of features and the main one is the use of RPMs.  By using RPMs, cPanel have made updating and installing a PHP module or apache module fast. Another advantage of easyapache4 is that it supports multiple versions of PHP.  Here in this […]

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5 best programming tools to use on linux desktops

For all those just starting with linux, you may be wondering: Why do most programmers use linux as their operating system for their work. Well, what I can tell you from my experience is that in the beginning, it may seem very hard to work on linux, especially do projects etc., but if you continue and strive to learn about linux, you will learn tons of things that will have use in your programming career and discover tons of programming […]

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5 Best email clients to use in Linux

If you just started using Linux, you may be in dilemma – which email client to choose from many of them that are available. Well luckily as you know, all Linux software is free and there are plenty to choose from. I will try and narrow that list to top 5 email clients there are in Linux. Take into consideration, they aren’t in order good-bad, this is just a list of my five preferable email clients to use (many of […]

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Why should I go for a shared hosting?

Shared hosting solutions provide ease of use at minimal cost. Finding a shared hosting package that meets your requirements, provides peace of mind. In my opinion, shared hosting is the proper solution, for most small websites due to the following reasons.

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Using NTP to Synchronize Server Time

The Network Time Protocol daemon (ntpd) program is a Linux operating system daemon. It sets and maintains the server time in sync with the global time servers.

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Software Raid on a Windows Server

Most of the servers in our data center run on CentOS. As Linux admins know, software raid (Raid-z, ZFS etc) in Linux has far surpassed hardware raid in terms of feature set, reliability, and functionality. However, several of our server admins prefer running CentOS and WHM inside virtual private servers (VPS) on a box running Windows Server because that’s the OS they are most comfortable with.

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