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Common SSH commands 69 liked

These are some of the most often used commands to remotely control your server using a shell program.

Adding mailboxes from ISPConfig control panel 68 liked

You can add mailboxes via the ISPConfig control panel by following the steps in this guide.

What is a Linux VPS? 20 liked

Virtual Private Servers (VPS) are the most advanced step in server virtualisation technology. It allows for quick and easy activation along with complete customisation and configuration.

Install cPanel on a CentOS 85 liked

cPanel is a web-based Hosting control panel that allows you to manage your Linux Web Hosting accounts in the most convenient way. You can install cPanel on CentOS by following this guide.

How to assign a Hostname for CentOS Linux Server 94 liked

Assigning a hostname to your server is can be done via the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

Do you supply spam filtering on Linux Servers? 120 liked

We provide standard Spam Protection with all Linux VPS plans. If you want to take it to the next level, checkout our Premium Spam Protection service.

Install MySQL database server on Debian or Ubuntu 120 liked

You can install a MySQL database on your Debian/Ubuntu server via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

What is SSH? 127 liked

A short description of SSH and links to information on how to use it to connect to your server.

Configuring DNS for your website from ISPConfig control panel 9 liked

You can configure your website DNS settings via the ISPConfig control panel by following the steps in this guide.

Creating a self-signed SSL certificate in Linux 175 liked

A self-signed certificate lets you create an SSL certificate which provides encryption for secure areas of your site or server. It creates warnings in browsers that a signed certificate won't.

Configuring SSH Server on CentOS 149 liked

To configure your SSH Server you will need to edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config by using '# vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config'. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

What is Burstable RAM? 169 liked

Burstable RAM means that any bursts in RAM usage are able to happen without any slow downs.

Configuring SSH Server on Debian or Ubuntu 143 liked

You can configure SSH Server on your Debian/Ubuntu server using a text editor such as VI by following the simple steps highlighted in this guide.

Adding new clients from ISPConfig control panel 170 liked

You can add new clients via the ISPConfig control panel by following the simple steps highlighted in this guide.

Install or upgrade PHP under Debian or Ubuntu 183 liked

Upgrading your PHP version on your Ubuntu or Debian server can be done via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

Install or upgrade PHP under CentOS 197 liked

Upgrading your PHP version on your CentOS server can be achieved quickly and easily via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

How to SSH to the Linux Server from your PC 69 liked

You can log in to your Linux Server using SSH from your Windows PC using the PuTTy application. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

Install SSH Server on CentOS 267 liked

You can install an SSH Server on your CentOS Server using the Power Management section of your VPS control panel by following the simple steps highlighted in this guide.

Install SSH Server on Debian or Ubuntu VPS 267 liked

You can install SSH Server on your Debian or Ubuntu Server using the 'apt-get' command within Power Management section of your VPS control panel. This article will guide you through.

Configuring vsftpd FTP Server on Ubuntu or Debian 268 liked

You can configure vsftpd FTP Server on Ubuntu/Debian via the '/etc/vsftpd.conf' file. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

How can I purchase a Linux Server? 320 liked

You can order your very own Linux Server with with customized configuration by following the simple steps in this guide.

Configuring vsftpd FTP Server on CentOS 288 liked

You can configure vsftpd FTP Server on CentOS via the '/etc/vsftpd/.conf' file. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

How many IP addresses does the Linux Server have? 302 liked

All server are automatically configured with 1 dedicated IP address, unless specified more within the plan.

Do you offer Managed Services for my Linux Server? 289 liked

Crazy Domains offers an optional Managed Support plan, which gives you professional, managed support for the setup and management of your Virtual Private Server.

What can I install on my Linux Server? 303 liked

You can install ANYTHING and do ANYTHING with your server so as long you don't violate the terms of service.

Install MySQL database server on CentOS 324 liked

You can install a MySQL database on your CentOS server quickly and easily via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

Adding a database for a website from ISPConfig control panel 351 liked

You can add databases for a website via the ISPConfig control panel by following the simple steps highlighted in this guide.

Does my Linux Server have backup? 358 liked

Due to the nature and potential complexities of a Linux Server it is not possible for us to maintain reliable backups. As such, we highly recommend that you maintain frequent backups of your server.

Install the vsftpd FTP Server on Ubuntu or Debian 365 liked

Installing vsftpd FTP Server on to your Ubuntu or Debian server can be achieved quickly and easily via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you.

Install the vsftpd FTP Server on CentOS 372 liked

Installing a vsftpd FTP Server on to your CentOS server can be done via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

How do I access my Linux Server? 331 liked

The way you access your Linux Server will vary depending on the OS and software used. This guide will get you started.

Install Apache Web Server under CentOS or Red Hat 429 liked

Installing an Apache/Httpd Server on to your CentOS or Red Hat Server can be done via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you.

Install Apache Web Server under Debian or Ubuntu 463 liked

Installing Apache/Httpd Server on to your Debian/Ubuntu Server can be achieved easily via the Power Management section of the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

Can I have Root Access for my Linux Server? 476 liked

Yes, all Linux Servers come standard with Super User/root privileges.

Linux Servers vs Web Hosting 518 liked

A Linux Server will provide you with more flexibility, resources and speed. A shared web hosting service shares all resources and speed across the users on the shared hosting platform.

How many sites can I host with my Linux Server? 518 liked

There is NO limit to how many services, domains, or applications you can run from a VPS server. You will need to keep in mind the specifications of your server, but these can be upgraded at any time.

How do I upgrade my Linux Server? 533 liked

Almost any possible upgrade to your server can be made instantly through your Account Manager.

How to view the listening ports in Linux VPS 568 liked

Enabling listening ports can be achieved using 'netstat -anp | grep LISTEN' within your VPS console. This tutorial will guide you through the process.

How to view the Memory info on the Linux Server 582 liked

You can access the Memory information of your Linux Server by accessing the server console as the root user. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

How to view the CPU info on the Linux Server 582 liked

You can access the CPU information of your Linux Server by accessing the server console as the root user. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

How to setup the Linux Server 647 liked

The server will already be setup with the OS you choose including the hosting interface Cpanel or ISPConfig, according to your selected plan and specifications.

Setup a website using ISPConfig control panel 661 liked

You can set up a website via the ISPConfig control panel by following the steps in this guide.

Can I add more Memory, Disk Storage and Cores to my Linux Server? 687 liked

Yes, you can either add the upgrades when ordering your server, or you can use your Account Manager to apply additional upgrades any time.

How to create a hosting account in cPanel 732 liked

Creating a hosting account via cPanel is simple and easy, just follow the steps highlighted in this guide.

How to assign an IP Address to CentOS Linux Server 778 liked

Assigning a dedicated IP address to your server can be done via the VPS console. This article will guide you through the necessary steps.

How to change the Linux Server username and password 734 liked

It is recommended you change the passwords on your Linux Server regularly to maximise your server security. You can update your server login by following this simple guide.

How to edit DNS Zone in WHM 958 liked

You can configure a DNS Zone via the WHM control panel by following the simple steps highlighted in this guide.

What is the Data Transfer limit and Speed of my Linux Server? 1084 liked

All servers include UNLIMITED data transfer so no more worrying about those hidden costs.