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MEGA Android App

by Ruchira on February 13, 2013

      MEGA which is Kim Dotcom’s successor to MegaUpload seems to be gaining traction on Cloud storage market very quickly. I have personally tried MEGA and its great for storing personal data on the cloud. It gives you 50GB for free and latest 2048bit RSA encryption makes your hosted files safe from intruders. But what about […]

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How to install LNMP on Ubuntu,Debian,Centos

by Ruchira on January 10, 2013

  Linux,Nginx,Mysql and PHP is the best way to go if you are considering to give your site a speed boost by switching away from Apache. However setting up LNMP stack is little bit hard if you are newbie on linux. To automate things there is lnmp auto installer from lnmp.org and I was featuring […]

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LxAdmin Kloxo web hosting panel used to be the go-to free control panel among the community years ago. Now its more than 3 years since I published my guide on how you can install the kloxo control panel on your server. On those days kloxo was really popular because of its simple but yet premium […]

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  On this episode of Quick Tips I’m going to write about how you can use the simple terminal program called “Vnstat” to monitor the bandwidth usage of your Ubuntu,Debian,Centos or any other Linux server or pc. To install Vnstat Log in to your termnial and execute below command

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How to install FreeBSD on a KVM VPS

by Ruchira on January 10, 2013

  If you are bored with Linux and want to dive in to the Unix BSD world,  FreeBSD is the OS you should start with. On this guide I’m going to explain you how to install FreeBSD on your KVM, VPS server. If you got a dedicated server don’t worry you can avoid the first […]

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    If you have a WHM Cpanel server and you are setting up user accounts, keep in mind that every user account owner gets full shell access by default and they can execute all the nasty commands to mess up the whole server. I don’t understand why WHM team made it like this way on default. […]

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How to run Geekbench test on Linux

by Ruchira on January 9, 2013

      Geekbench has become the go-to benchmark method among the tech people because of its availability on almost any platform out there. As the Geekbench official web site says Geekbench provides a comprehensive set of benchmarks engineered to quickly and accurately measure processor and memory performance. Designed to make benchmarks easy to run […]

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Got your new VPS/Dedicated server and want to know how to change the default root login password, given to you when your server was setup? This is a simple procedure but most online documentation goes beyond the linux new bies knowledge. This time on Quick Tips I’m going to explain you how to do that […]

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