Changing your PHP Version in cPanel

The latest versions of cPanel make it easy to choose what version of PHP your site is using. With just a few clicks, you can switch between different versions and even use different versions across sites in the same cPanel. This is especially helpful when upgrading older sites, troubleshooting, or dealing with third-party applications. Let’s Read More >

Installing Kubernetes on CentOS 7

Kubernetes is a popular open-source solution for automated software deployments that uses containerized applications. Originally designed by Google, Kubernetes is compatible with most Linux distributions, including CentOS 7 and Ubuntu. When Kubernetes is installed and configured, it is then referred to as a Kubernetes cluster. A Kubernetes cluster involves 2 or more machines that are Read More >

Understanding Linux Operating Systems

While there are many different versions of Linux available, it can be difficult to understand the differences between them. Depending on your individual preferences and system requirements, you may decide that one flavor of Linux operating system, also known as a distribution or distro, is best suited for your needs. In this article, we will Read More >

How to Install GoAccess Web Analytics on Debian

GoAccess is a light-weight free open source log analyzer. Matomo and other self-hosted website analytics applications use PHP and a SQL database to manage web analytics data. Other applications including Google Analytics and Mixpanel store the data externally. GoAccess uses your pre-existing server logs to provide web analytics data you can easily manipulate within your Read More >

How to Install PIP

PIP (Python Installs Packages) is a package management system designed to install and manage software packages written in the Python language. While most installations of Python come preinstalled, it may sometimes be necessary to manually install PIP on your machine. PIP can be installed on all major operating systems, including most varieties of Linux distributions. Read More >

How to Install MongoDB

While there are several different types of database software available, MongoDB is a popular and feature-rich alternative to other software such as MySQL. As this software is not frequently pre-installed on Linux-based hosts, you may find yourself needing to install MongoDB on your CentOS or Ubuntu server. In this guide, we will outline how to Read More >

How to Wrap Text in Emacs

Emacs is a high level open source cross platform text editor. The first time you open emacs you might start typing and realize your text rolls right past the right margin of your editor frame and continues into nowhere. There are two ways to enable text wrapping in emacs: How to wrap text in current Read More >

How to Open a Port in UFW

UncomplicatedFirewall (UFW) is a command-line frontend iptables manager, similar to Firewalld and ConfigServer Security & Firewall (CSF). It’s beneficial to understand basic UFW commands since it’s pre-installed with many Ubuntu-based operating systems (OSs) including Linux Mint. Those configuring UFW for a desktop system who prefer not to use the CLI can use the GUFW GUI Read More >