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Step-by-Step Guide to Configure Laravel Supervisor on Linux with Redis Server

This tutorial shows you how do you Configure Laravel Supervisor on Linux with Redis Server. You can use any control panel Ex: WHM/cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, etc. Laravel Supervisor is a process control system that allows you to monitor and control processes on your Linux server. It is especially useful for managing long-running processes, such as …

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The Ultimate Guide to Spam Prevention on Your Email Server

Preventing spam is a crucial step in safeguarding your email servers from unwanted messages that clog up your inbox and create security risks. Whether you’re running a cPanel or Plesk server or managing your own email server, implementing effective spam prevention measures can save you time, improve productivity, and enhance your security posture. In this …

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How to Install Memcached on cPanel Linux server

follow these steps to install Memcached on cPanel or Linux-based cPanel server # yum install memcached -y # chkconfig memcached on If you need to edit the memcache settings: # vi /etc/sysconfig/memcached If needed, restart the memcache service (as root/sudo): # service memcached restart Memcached installed successfully. You can check the service status using following …

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How to Disable SELinux

Following this article you can disable SELinux in your Linux Server. Edit the /etc/selinux/config file to set the SELINUX parameter to disabled, after that reboot the server. Change the parameter enable to disabled SELINUX=disabled Press Ctrl+X and enter (if you use nano editor). now use restart command just type # reboot YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@trainbrain007 You can watch the video for …

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How to Setup SSH Key on CentOS 7

Secure Shell (SSH) is an encrypted key used by Linux users to connect to remote servers. Normally, two ways users can access to their servers – password based authentication or public key based authentication. Public key based authentication is highly recommended, as a safer alternative to passwords authentication. Here I will show you the steps how to generate …

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