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Basic IP Tables Usage & Commands
IPtables is a program that allows you to configure Linux's built-in firewall. By default, no...
General Linux Shell Usage & Basic Commands
Below is a brief guide for basic usage of a Linux shell (command line). Once you've mastered the...
How to Check CPU Info with SSH on Linux VPS/Dedicated Server
To check the CPU allocation and information on your VPS/Dedicated Server, simply log in to SSH as...
How to Connect to Your VPS/Dedicated Server with sFTP
As an alternative to SSH, you can use sFTP to connect to your server. sFTP (or FTP over SSH) uses...
How to Connect to Your VPS/Dedicated Server with SSH
After receiving your VPS/Dedicated Server login details, the first thing you'll want to do is log...
How to Setup FTP with ProFTPD in Webmin
After installing Webmin on a server, you may be wondering how to add and configure FTP users....
How to Update VPS Timezone
Your OpenVZ will reflect the host server's time settings by default; however, it is possible to...
How to use Ping and Traceroute Commands
"Ping" and "traceroute" are two common commands that can be executed to determine information...
Install and Run UnixBench on CentOS or Debian VPS/Dedicated server
UnixBench is a popular server benchmarking tool. To install and run UnixBench, just do the...
OpenVZ or Xen VPS - Which is faster, and which is better?
The question is often asked whether OpenVZ or Xen, two of the most common hypervisors in VPS web...
What happens when a VPS/Dedicated Server reaches its bandwidth limit?
If your server exceeds its bandwidth limit, our system will automatically suspend the service....

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