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Setup & Configure FTP server using VsFtp on Ubuntu Server

Install VsFTPd server on ubuntu Open the terminal and run the following command sudo apt-get install vsftpd   Configuring Vsftpd server The default configuration file is located at /etc/vsftpd.conf so you need to edit this file to configure your vsftpd server sudo vi /etc/vsftpd.conf Disable the ability for users to log in anonymously by changing

Illusion of agreement

Illusion of agreement that occurs when people agree over bullet points without the right people on board, the right questions asked, and the right expectations set.

Best free website monitoring services

We all have our own website nowadays. But most of us don’t know until someone else to tell us that our site is down. There are many free website monitoring services available. Following are the few of them that are best free website monitoring services: Features UptimeRobot Pingdom GotSiteMonitor Sites can Monitors 50 1 5

How to Install Kloxo-MR on CentOS 6.4 VPS machine

Kloxo-MR is a decent free to use control panel to run your web hosting server. Below are the easy steps to install Kloxo-MR on a CentOS 6.4 server Have your CentOS 6.4 VPS machine booted and connect to it via your Console (I use Putty ssh) as a root user. At your # prompt, type

Install Ubuntu Desktop environment for old PC

Ubuntu comes by default with its defult Desktop GUI enviremnet that will can be very heavy for an old PC, therefore I wold install only Ubuntu server and manually install a light Desktop environment Type the following command at the Terminal Command Box: sudo apt-get update to install XFCE : sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop alternatively, you

Connect to Ubuntu from a Windows Remote Desktop (RDP)

In your Ubuntu machine (mine is 12.04 version), type the following command at the Terminal Command Box to install the xrdp sudo apt-get install xrdp Now in your Windows machine, go to Start –> All Programs –> Accessories –> Remote Desktop Connection and type the IP address or HostName of the Ubuntu machine then click‘Connect’

Free More Memory in Ubuntu

Following procedure will help you to free more memory in ubuntu machines : Type the following command at your terminal command prompt : Check the current memory free -m Flush file system buffers for safety sync Become root (simply sudo-ing the final command won’t work because of the redirection) sudo bash Free cached memory echo