CentOS

Basic CentOS Linux Commands – Before learning the tools of a CentOS Linux Administrator, it is important to note the philosophy behind the Linux.

Installing Slack on CentOS 8.0

Slack is a collaboration software that is used to communicate between various members of a company’s team. It has various work areas where teams are connected and can make decisions in a common shared environment. This allows users to organize conversations using different channels. The channel is used for group discussions, and team members can… read more »

How to install Arduino IDE on CentOS 8

Arduino IDE stands for Arduino Integrated Development Environment. Arduino is used to create electronic devices that interact with the environment using actuators and sensors. The Arduino IDE contains an editor that is used to write and download programs to the Arduino board. Before starting to create projects via Arduino, the user needs to configure the… read more »

How to install and use AWStats Web Analytics on CentOS 8

How to install and use AWStats Web Analytics on CentOS 8 AWStats is an open source advanced web analysis tool that can graphically generate advanced web, streaming, FTP or mail server statistics. It is written in Perl language and can be used as CGI or from the command line. AWStats can analyze server log files… read more »

Install Apache Solr search platform on CentOS 8

Install Apache Solr search platform on CentOS 8 Apache Solr is an open source search platform written in Java. Apache Solr is built on Apache Lucene. With Solr, you can create a custom search engine to index files, databases, and websites. Solr has a high degree of reliability, scalability and fault tolerance, and will provide… read more »

Install Monit monitoring system on CentOS 8

You can download this article in PDF format via the link below to support us.Download the guide in PDF formatClose Monit is a small open source utility for managing and monitoring Unix systems. Monit performs automatic maintenance and repair, and can perform meaningful causal actions in case of errors. Monit is designed as an autonomous… read more »

How to install Logaholic on CentOS

Logaholic is a web analytics software that provides reliable information on traffic, content, keywords, etc. from the websites installed on your CentOS VPS. This installation guide assumes that Apache, MySQL and PHP are already installed and configured on your server. At the time of this writing, the latest stable version is Logaholic 6.0 and requires:… read more »

How to disable / enable ping response in Linux

Note: all the following steps will be performed in the terminal / command line. 1 Disable / enable persistent ping response (via sysctl) 1.1 Add the following line to “/etc/sysctl.conf” (to enable, change 1 to 0) net.ipv4.icmp_echo_ignore_all = 1 We can use the following command to achieve this sudo bash -c ‘echo “net.ipv4.icmp_echo_ignore_all=1” >> /etc/sysctl.conf… read more »

How to install a shopping cart on Quick.Cart in CentOS 7

Quick.Cart is a free and open source shopping cart script written in PHP. Quick.Cart is a very simple, yet powerful shopping cart nonetheless, and it can be installed and run on almost all Linux distributions. It does not require a SQL database and it can be installed in less than 5 minutes. In this tutorial,… read more »

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