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!! Failed to install CPAN Perl module(s)

After all these years of using Cpanel, I finally have had a disaster using Easyapache.

Here are my details:

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Windows 10 Can’t Connect To Network After Changing WiFI Password?

Few days ago I received a call from a friend who needed help figuring out why his laptop wasn’t connecting to his WiFi router after changing his password.

After quickly looking at the laptop, I asked him if something changed recently.. he replied that he just changed the WiFi password.

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How To Change OpenSSH Port On CentOS 7

How To Change OpenSSH Port On CentOS 7

Some webmasters believe that changing SSH port number from the default 22 can enhance security. The notion is since SSH default port number is 22 and everyone knows it, including the hackers, it isn’t safe.

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How To downgrade Apache to EasyApache 3 – Cpanel

Hello 

Although the issuance of apache easyapache 4 became mandatory in modern versions of cpanel
but some see him he issued a complex deal

so you can easily go back to version easyapache 3 performs the following commands respectively

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How To Install VNC server and GNOME Desktop

east4serv1 Preliminary Note

In my case I have a fresh installed CentOS6.5 Server on which I will be installing the VNC-server so that I can access the CentOS server with GUI. You can follow the guide for the basic installation of the CentOS server till Chapter 7. Please don’t install the Development Tools. All of the cases are same as per the guide. My details are as follows:

IP address 192.168.0.100
Gateway 192.168.0.1
DNS     8.8.8.8    8.8.4.4
Hostname server1.example.com


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Apache error – “Too many open files”

OK, our high load server went down this evening and Apache was spitting out these “Too many open file” error messages. Then asking me to increase the file descriptors.

Note: We have over 7000 virtualhosts on this server, so that’s a lot of logfiles open! Before anyone says i’m crazy, I’m not. The server load is absolutely fine and it’s not even breaking a sweat. IO times are fine also.
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