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CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian three linux similarities and differences

Linux has a large number of distributions, which are broadly divided into commercial versions maintained by commercial companies and free distributions maintained by the open source community. The commercial version is represented by Redhat, and the open source community version is represented by debian. These versions have different characteristics and play different roles in different application areas and cannot be generalized. Most VPSs only provide distributions maintained by the open source community. Here’s a quick […]

IPsec ( Security Architecture for IP )

◆ What is IPsec?   IPsec,Encryption systemUsed to protect the security of data at the network layer by the technology It is a protocol to be done. IPsec consists of protocols such as AH, ESP, and IKE. This IPsec By using the VPN connection we can communicate safely even in the public infrastructure such as the Internet. ◆IPsec works layer Since IPsec operates at the network layer, whether it is TCP or UDP at the […]

Detail of Installation cPanel and WHM in CentOS 7

1. Ensure that your server has a standard hostname (FQDN or Fully Qualified Domain Name), otherwise set it as follows (in this example, cpanel is the hostname and tecmint.lan is the domain name):

2. cPanel is written in Perl, ensure that you have Perl installed on your server, other wise run the command below to install it on your system.

3. You do not have to run any commands to install it, there is an auto installer script built for […]

centos7 Minimum version network settings

Confirm device

Enable interface

Change IP address and subnet mask

※ Check the device and change “eth0” Set default gateway

DNS settings

IP is fixed assignment (DHCP is changed to “auto”)

Restart the interface to reflect the setting

※ Check the device and change “eth0” Confirm setting

Confirm connection

Network restart

File confirmation

* Confirm ifcfg – eth 0 with the device. Edit request

Install ClipBucket and Nginx on CentOS 7

ClipBucket is a community supported open source video sharing site and management script. In ClipBuckets’s first incarnation, it was similar to popular video tube websites. However, after years of development, it has become a robust media platform when compared to paid video/media sharing websites. ClipBucket has the following features: Ads manager Content authorization HLS streaming Integration w/ Windows Server Active Directory Real-time statistics Revenue sharing Video on demand (VOD) Prerequisites A CentOS 7 x64 Minimal […]

There are no enabled repos when update php7.0




Introduced ClipBucket 2.8.1 to CentOS 7 (minimum configuration)

Add repository # rpm -Uvh # yum -y install epel-release Required package installation # yum -y install httpd mariadb-server mariadb php php-devel php-gd php-mysql php-curl php-xsl php-cli php-mbstring php-pear unzip php-pecl-imagick ImageMagick ImageMagick-devel ImageMagick-perl lshw ffmpeg ruby gpac mediainfo mplayer # gem install flvtool2 Automatic startup setting of service # systemctl enable httpd.service # systemctl enable mariadb.service SELINUX disable # vi /etc/selinux/config SELINUX=enforcing ⇒ SELINUX=disabled php.ini config # vi /etc/php.ini output_buffering = 4096 ⇒ […]

Upgrade the version of PHP on CentOS 7 to 5.6.x / 7.0.x / 7.1.x / 7.2.x / 7.3.x

Introduction The version of PHP that is installed as a standard on CentOS 7.X, as of 2017-12-30,5.4.16. I am running the e portfolio system mahara on the CentOS 7 server that I am operating, but the recommended version of PHP has changed since PHP 5.5.X since 17.10.X released on 2017-10-30 . Therefore, when running the latest version of mahara you can see that it is not possible to operate with the version of PHP provided […]

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