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How to Remove Local DNS Cache

This post will illustrate how to empty or flush your local DNS cache. The process of troubleshooting website issues is challenging. Depending on your issues, you might not know where to begin. A damaged local DNS cache may be caused if your system is having problems connecting to a specific website or server. For several operating systems. Windows: Clear Local DNS Cache In Windows, you can clear your local DNS cache using Windows PowerShell or the Command Prompt. There is only one command to run in order to complete the operation. Step......

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How to install WordPress using docker

WordPress is among the most widely used content management systems (CMS) because of its abundance of functionality and simplicity of use. This is where Docker comes in, condensing the installation procedure to a handful of quick instructions that need a little time and effort. On any system and OS, quick and easy software installation is possible thanks to the Docker container technology. Install Docker If you see, installing Docker is easy and simple. Here, you need to run the update command for your system to make sure you have the latest source......

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Steps to Install Apache Thrift on Ubuntu 14.04

Software framework written in C++ is all that Apache Thrift is. Although Facebook originally created it in 2007, the Apache Software Foundation now hosts it as an Open Source project (ASF). With the use of software, servers on a network can communicate with one another to request services using a protocol called RPC, or remote procedure call. The entire technique requires no network information from it. 1. Install all the dependencies # apt-get install libboost-dev libboost-test-dev libboost-program-options-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libevent-dev automake libtool flex bison pkg-config g++ libssl-dev ant 2. Now, Install Java......

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Top 10 Useful iptables Commands in Linux

In this article, we will go over 10 useful iptables commands that are applicable to any Linux distribution. On Linux servers, iptables is used to control incoming and outgoing web traffic. The iptables rules in the firewall, written by system administrators or users familiar with Linux servers, control the traffic. Iptables rules are stored in tables with chains for each defined rule. In this article, we will use Ubuntu 22.04 as the operating system, but you can use any distro if you want to try these iptables commands on your own. Let’s......

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How to Create a Subscription Package in Plesk

In this article, we will help you to understand how to build a subscription package in the Plesk panel better. We’ll go through a few stages here: 1. Log into your “Plesk Panel” 2. Now, go for the “Service Plans” 3. Once, “Service Plans” opens you can click on “Add a Plan” 4. Create your “Service Plan Name” 5. Then, Fulfill checks the boxes on the plan, such as total mailboxes, disc space in MB, and bandwidth in MB. ascasasd 6. Once you are, Done with the Define the resources provided by......

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How to Block Bots in WHM

The bot crawlers that index your website is crucial algorithms. That only applies to some of them, though, as some bots have negative effects such as increased server load or network instability. These bots can be stopped using the Apache server and WHM. Follow the steps to Block Bots from Apache 1. Log into your “WHM account” 2. Now, search for the “Server Configuration” 3. Click on the “Apache Configuration” 4. Once, you open the “Apache Configuration” 5. Select the “Pre Main Include” option. 6. Select All Versions from the drop-down list......

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How To Create an FTP Account in cPanel

In this article, we will explain how to create an FTP Account in cPanel. Follow these steps to create an FTP Account. 1. Log into your “cPanel account” 2. Now, search for the “Files” section 3. Once, the “Files” section is open, you need to click on the “FTP Accounts” Here, you need to fill in all the details about the “FTP” Account. Once you have filled in the details you need to click on the “Creare FTP Account” In this way, you can create an FTP account in the cPanel. Was......

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How to Create Backups in cPanel

In this article, we will explain how to take backups in cPanel. We are all aware that technology can crash at any time. Therefore, we should be ready for such circumstances. So, we should frequently back up our data, which will be safe and useable for long periods. You may create backups, which can then be downloaded to your local PCs. Follow the following steps to Create Backups in cPanel. 1. Log into your “cPanel Account” 2. Now, go for the “Files” option and click on the “Backup Wizard” button. 3. Once,......

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How to Modify the Report Settings of Acronis Cyber Protect

In this article, we will explain how to edit the report settings in the Acronis panel. Here, you get the option of using predefined reports or making your own. Follow the steps To edit the settings of Acronis Reports. 1. Log into the “Acronis Cyber Protect” Panel. 2. Now, Search for the “Reports” option from the search bar. 3. Select the “Report” whose settings you want to change. 4. Click on the “Settings” option 5. You will see, a small window named “Report Settings” will appear on the screen. You can change the name of the report, and......

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How To Set Up & Use Ncdu In Linux

In this article, we will show how to set up Ncdu and how to use ncdc in Linux for a better overview of Disk Usage The default disc use command for UNIX-based systems summarizes the sizes of directories on trees, taking into account both their entire contents and the sizes of individual files. Finding your system’s space hogs, though, is useful. To put it another way, it will list the directories and files that take up a lot of room on the hard drive. What is NCDC? Over time, ncdu was receiving......

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