Symptom(s):         perl: warning: Setting locale failed.         perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings:   Solution: fix locales by executing …         sudo locale-gen en_US.UTF-8         sudo apt-get install locales         sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales

This guide presents two scenarios: changing the root password. This is when you know your password for your current VPS Resetting the root password, when you have lost it Changing the root password To change the root password, you must: log in as root to the VPS using using SSH. Launch passwd command: [[email protected] ~]# passwd Type the new password (it will not show on

1. Add an IPv6 address to your web server The first step is to get your web server listening on an IPv6 address, as well as an IPv4 address. How you achieve this will depend on how your web server is managed. If you’re on a shared hosting account, you’ll be dependent on your hosting

Server Limitations The MaxClients setting determines the number of Apache processes, and thereby the number of client connections, that can be made (pre-requisite: the pre-fork MultiProcessing Modules or MPM). If the MPM worker is running, it will restrict the number of threads that will be available for clients. The default Apache setting for MaxClients is 256, however

Installation On Ubuntu or Debian Duply can be installed using the following command: aptitude install duply Configuration By using the duply <backupname> create command, a new Duply profile is created. Because read access is required for a full backup of all files in a directory, duply should be run with root user privileges. A duply profile is created in the user’s

Bash Redirection stdout -> Redirection File programm > file.txt stderr -> Redirection File programm 2> file.txt stdout AND stderr -> Redirection File programm &> file.txt stdout -> stderr programm 1>&2 stderr -> stdout programm 2>&1 Additional Information

This article introduces some lesser known Bash Functions and Commands which are also included in the subject area of the LPI certifications. Please use the feedback function at the end of this article to share any other tips not discussed here. cd – change to the previous directory set +o history turn off Bash History (.bash_history) set

In this guide I will be explaining how to install Direct Admin on a clean installation of CentOS 5, 6 and 7. The procedure is exactly the same on all three of these operating systems and with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. It is very important to start off with a clean installation, as the DirectAdmin

You can switch DirectAdmin to use SSL instead of plain text. -> https instead of http on port 2222. Note that this is for the DirectAdmin connection on port 2222, *not* for apache. If you’re tryting to setup a certificate for your domain through apache, use this guide. Creating a Self-Signed Certificate If you do not

This guide will explain how to reinstall your VPS step-by-step (for any model). Reinstallation enables you to change the virtual server operating system, and to benefit from the latest distributions offered by servermeister. Warning, this could delete all data and personal settings on the server. Connecting to the manager Simply go to the following URL