Welcome to UltratechHost Forum, Guest. Please take the time to register if you haven't, or click

Tags
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 3464
Find version of OS installed on the server
Find version of OS installed on the server

Hi friends , in this content you will learn how to find version of OS installed on the server ! just run this commands in SSH :

Code:
cat /etc/*release

or

Code:
cat /etc/*issue


On CentOS 5 you will see :

Code:
[root@server62 ~]# cat /etc/*release
    CentOS release 5 (Final)
    [root@server62 ~]#



Have a nice day !
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 3833
How To Install cURL in Linux Server Or in PHP
HOWTO Install cURL in Linux

Well, now most of the Hosting Companies provide cURL installed on their Servers. But unfortunately, if your server/vps doesn't have cURL installed, then you'll have to do it manually.

There are basically two methods to get cURL working on your Server.

First, you can enable cURL using EasyApache Script from cPanel/WHM

If this is not possible, then you must install cURL manually.

cURL Installation:

Login as root to your SSH Terminal.
Now, type the fol
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 3751
Changing SSH Port on VPS and Dedicated Server
Changing The default port 22 to other port is considered as a security measure.

I am sure that 90 % of members here use the default port

STEP1 : Login to your V.P.S / Dedi by using a SSH client like Putty.

STEP2: Editing /etc/ssh/sshd_config

Using your favourite editor,edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config

PHP Code:
nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config 

Default port will be 22 ..change it to a value of your wish, but make sure its not binded by another application and not blocked by firewall.

Res
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 3708
How to transfer Accounts From One Server To Another ( CPANEL)
I have used in the past for easily migrating cPanel accounts from one server to another. Using this method, you can transfer accounts from an old server, to a new one, help customers from another host move to your host, etc. This method is very simple, and does not even require root access on one end of the migration. I have found the "Transfer Account from another Server" tool in WHM to not work so well, and break often, so I have used this method.
Requirements:
-cPanel on both servers
-WHM
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 3250
How to copy an account from another server via WHM
How to copy an account from another server via WHM
One can copy their account from another server to new server. To perform this action there are two ways:
i) Copy an account from another server – In which it requires server admin login details.
ii) Copy an account from another server with account password – In which it requires account login details.

One can perform copy account task via below mentioned steps:

1) Login into Web Host Manager – WHM.
2) Click on option i) or ii) from tra
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 3958
How to move domain from one linux server to another using WHM
Below mentioned are the steps to transfer a domain from one linux server to another using WHM:

1. Login to your WHM panel
2. On the transfer menu you can choose any option from one of the two.
A. Copy an account from another server.
B. Copy an account from another server with account password.

A. Copy an account from another server:

I. Click on copy an account from another server.
II. On the Authentication we will need to enter the username as root and the password and select the ra
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 4420
How to set maximum email sending limit for a domain from WHM – Linux server
In order to set maximum email sending limit for a particular domain one need to perform below mentioned steps:

1) Login into WHM of Linux server.
2) Click on Tweak Settings.
3) Go to “The maximum each domain can send out per hour” option and set the limit in text box upon requirement.
4) Click on Save to complete the process.

Note: To set unlimited email one need to provide value as 0.
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 3901
How to get general server information from cPanel
One can find general server details from their cPanel via below mentioned steps:

1) Login into the cPanel
2) One can view general server information on left corner of the page.

Information contains OS, Kernal Version, Machine Type, Apache Version, Perl Version, Path to Perl, Path to sendmail, installed perl modules, PHP Version, MySQL Version, cPanel Version, Theme and documentation etc..
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 11644
Server Security (Apache, SSL, SSH, cP/WHM, Firewall, RootKit, DDoS Protection)
/================================================================================ \
-------------------------------:[Server Security]:--------------------------------
\===============================================================================

##############################################################
#-------------------------:[SUMMARY]:------------------------#
#------------------------------------------------------------#
#1) Upgrade Apache/PHP, MySQL, OpenSSH, OpenSSL, cP/WHM
Author: UltratechHost - Replies: 0 - Views: 3243
How to Secure DNS Server
To secure your dns server all you need to do is just add the following lines to your /etc/named.conf file.

1. First you should know the 2 Ips of your dns server. Just open /etc/nameserverips and there you will get the 2 dns ips.

Code:
tail /etc/nameserverips

2. Open /etc/named.conf

Look for options { line and above it add these lines

Code:
acl “trusted” {
x.x.x.x;
y.y.y.y;
};

where x and y are your 2 dns ips in step (1).

3. Look for line

// query-source a