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You can migrate from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 to CentOS 5.3 using our Hosting Control Panel.
NOTE: This process reprovisions your server. By completing the instructions above, your original server will no longer be available. We provide an FTP backup for 90 days, but we recommend you complete a system [...]
These instructions do not apply to server with the Gateway interface (more info).
Syncing your server password will update the login credentials on file for the server in your customer account. This does not reset your password for your server. This function will sync your server passwords with your login information [...]
Setting up your Virtual Private Server (VPS) can take up to 29 hours. It may take up to 24 hours for the server option to appear in your account. Once this option appears, follow these instructions to configure and activate your VPS.
Log in to your Account Manager.
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You need to perform several tasks to configure your Linux server as a DNS server. This process involves Linux command line operations, and familiarity with the Linux command line interface is helpful.
Unfortunately, we cannot assist you directly with the process of configuring your Linux server with no control panel as [...]
Apache Tomcat is a web server for multiple operating systems, including CentOS. It’s open-source software developed by the Apache Software Foundation, so it’s available for free under the Apache license. Apache Tomcat is written in Java, and uses JavaServer Pages and Java servlets to create a pure Java runtime environment. [...]
For the shared hosting version of these instructions, see PHP upload limits on shared hosting
NOTE: The location of your php.ini file can vary, depending on your operating system/control panel combination. If you are using Fedora 4 with Parallels Plesk Panel, for example, this file is in the following location: [...]
To update your max clients setting using SSH:
Connect to your server via SSH (more info).
Switch to the root user (more info).
Open /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf in your text editor. (We recommend “vi.” At the command line, type vi /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf).
NOTE: Before configuring your SMTP relay server, check the Hosting Control Panel to see which mail server you should use. For more information, see Finding Your Server’s Email Relay Server Settings.
To Configure the SMTP Relay Server on Your Linux Server Using Simple Control Panel
Connect to your [...]
This article will show you how to set up a LAMP stack