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How to add a use to wheel group: WHM
How to add a use to wheel group: WHM- Linux

You can add a single user to your wheel group and assign him root access using the steps mentioned below:

1) Login to your Web Host Manager using the root access.
2) Go to Security -> Manage Wheel Group Users.

3) Select the user from list and click on add to group.

Now, you need to disable root access using the steps mentioned here.
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10 SEO Techniques All Top Web Sites Should Use
SEO is such a hot topic these days. How do you get your web site within the first page or two of the search engines? How do you increase your Google page rank?

There are companies who dedicate themselves full time to doing SEO at a pretty penny. Something a lot of people can’t necessarily afford to pay for or spend the time on.

However, there are some simple things you can do when building your site that will help increase your chances of having good results. In no particular order, below
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SSH Tunneling ( Use your vps/dedi as socks5 proxy)
we can use this method to hide your IP address while browsing is public forums for some privacy reasons ..

what is SSH Tunneling ?

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A shell account ( not necessarily a root account )
Mozilla Firefox


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and type your host name and the ssh port ( by default it will be 22)

and then

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How to Install TUN/TAP module in main node for VPN use
Kernel TUN/TAP support

OpenVZ supports VPN inside a container via kernel TUN/TAP module and device. To allow container #101 to use the TUN/TAP device the following should be done:

Make sure the tun module has been already loaded on the hardware node:

lsmod | grep tun

If it is not there, use the following command to load tun module:
modprobe tun

To make sure that tun module will be automatically loaded on every reboot you can also add it or into /etc