How to Create, Delete, & Rename a File in Linux

In this tutorial we’ll cover how to create, delete, and rename files within Linux using the terminal window and a few basic commands. Use the the table of contents below to jump to a specific section or read on to learn more!   How to Create a File in Linux

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Latest Updates Impacting Some Red Hat / CentOS Servers

Updated July 7, 2020   Latest Update Impacting Some RHEL / CentOS Servers NOTE: This issue should now be resolved. A couple weeks ago, Red Hat released a set of patches which now seem to fix the issue. We are also getting confirmed reports that the fix from Red Hat

Intel CPU Exploits Meltdown and Spectre – What You Need to Know

—-Updated 1/10/18 1:25m EST—– Ubuntu Remediation Steps: Ubuntu 14, 16, 17 apt-get update apt-get dist-upgrade reboot to complete the update —-Updated 1/8/18 10:55am EST—– ProxMox Remediation Steps: Follow the instructions found at https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/meltdown-and-spectre-linux-kernel-fixes.39110/ —-Updated 1/6/18 3:03pm EST—– Cloudlinux CloudLinux 6 Remediation Steps: Run the following command to patch CloudLinux 6

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How to Check if Your Linux Server Is Under DDoS Attack

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A Patch for CVE-2014-7169 “ShellShock” Has Now Been Released

A patch for CVE-2014-7169 (SHELLSHOCK) has now been released. Managed clients running CentOS6, RedHat6, or CloudLinux 5 and 6 are already patched. CentOS 5, RedHat 5, and cloudLinux 5 customers are still being worked on but are mostly updated. CentOS, RedHat, and CloudLinux 5, 6, and 7 self-managed customers can

Bash Vulnerability CVE-2014-6271 “Shellshock” – How to Test and Patch.

A new vulnerability, known as “Shellshock”, was recently discovered within Bash. This security hole needs to be patched immediately to avoid potential exploits of your Linux server. Our Fully Managed cPanel customers have already had this patch applied since yesterday. An additional patch will likely be required to completely resolve

How to Install and Configure ProFTPD FTP Service on Ubuntu

To install ProFTPD on your Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server, just follow these steps: First, log in to your Ubuntu server as the root user using your favorite SSH client. Next, you’ll want to make sure your operating system is up-to-date. Use the following command to install all the latest packages:

How to Install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

To install PostgreSQL on your Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server, just follow these steps: First, log in to your Ubuntu server as the root user using your favorite SSH client. Next, you’ll want to make sure your operating system is up-to-date. Use the following command to install all the latest packages:

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