How to register private name servers with Namecheap or Godaddy!

Registering private name servers is not really a hard job, but sometimes it can become hectic or confusing. There can be two possible reasons for registering private name servers. First that you have recently moved from shared/reseller hosting service to vps or dedicated server. When you was on shared/reseller hosting you don’t need private name […]
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How to install and Configure cPanel/WHM!

Installing cPanel/WHM is fairly easy, you can install cPanel/WHM with only one command. However, in this article, we will discuss how we can first install cPanel/WHM and then perform the after-install steps so that we can get the maximum out of our dedicated server or VPS. Some important things we need to decide which options […]
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How to install Nginx, PHP, PHP-FPM and MYSQL from source to run a wordpress site on Ubuntu 16.04

Many Linux package managers have built in packages for nginx, php and mysql, they are good if you have less experience with Linux, but installing from source will give you more control our installation locations, settings and much more. So today we will see how we can install Nginx and PHP-FPM (from source) and mysql […]
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How to create Windows VPS in Proxmox through Template!

Manually creating a windows vps (windows server 2008 or windows server 2012) is really a hectic job in proxmox, because you need to manually install drivers as well. I’ve been working with proxmox lately and created some templates so that one can easily clone them. Once the template is cloned it is ready to use. […]
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cPanel Alternative: VestCP! Complete guide on how to install and use vesta cp

Recently I’ve stumbled upon a very beautiful control panel while installing it for a client, by beautifull, I mean its actually is really beautifully designed and very easy to use as well. Control panel name is VestCP its a grest alternative to cPanel (cPanel costs $15/month for a VPS), since most of the VestCP features […]
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