Resources, Articles, Tricks, and Solutions in connection to Server Management Service

Install Joomla in CloudPanel - Step by Step Process ?

This article covers how to Install Joomla in CloudPanel control Panel. Basically, Joomla  is a free and open-source content management system for publishing web content on websites.


Step by Step how to setup Joomla 3.9 with CloudPanel:

1. Login via SSH to the server e.g. with john-ssh and go to the users tmp directory:

$ cd ~/tmp

2. Download and extract the latest Joomla 3.9 version.

$ mkdir ~/tmp/joomla-3.9 && curl -sL https://downloads.joomla.org/cms/joomla3/3-9-25/Joomla_3-9-25-Stable-Full_Package.tar.gz | tar xfz - -C ~/tmp/joomla-3.9/

3. Move files to the htdocs directory of the domain:

$ cp -R joomla-3.9/* /home/cloudpanel/htdocs/www.domain.com/

4. Reset permissions.

$ cd /home/cloudpanel/htdocs/
$ clpctl system:permissions:reset www.domain.com 775

5. Clean up the tmp directory.

rm -rf ~/tmp/*

6. Open your domain in the browser and go through the installation wizard.

7. Done! Joomla 3.9 is now installed.

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Install Proxmox VE 6 on Debian Buster (Debian 10) - Step by Step Process ?

This article covers the installation of Proxmox VE 6 server on Debian 10 (Buster) Linux system. Please note that you need a 64-bit processor with support for the Intel 64 or AMD64 CPU extensions.

Visit Proxmox Documentation website  for advanced configurations and to master Proxmox VE Administration.


To Access Proxmox VE web interface:

1. Connect to the Proxmox VE admin web interface on (https://youripaddress:8006).

2. Select "PAM Authentication" and authenticate with server's root user password.

3. And add your first network interface to it.

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Dnsmasq DHCP Server in Proxmox – How to use for VMs IP ?

This article covers methods to install, configure and resolve matters relating to Dnsmasq DHCP Server in Proxmox. When creating the VM we just need to specify the MAC address for specific IP and than just use DHCP to get the assigned IP.


To Install the DHCP server, run the command:

$ apt install isc-dhcp-server

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Exclude Files from Backups in cPanel - How to do it ?

This article covers how to set up both global and local exclude files. Basically, we would require to exclude certain files from backups in cPanel either for security purposes or to reduce the size of the backup file. 

When backing up large accounts, it can be desirable to skip certain large directories or exclude files for security reasons. Whatever the reason, cPanel offers two methods for excluding files from the standard backup process.


To exclude files or directories from your user backups, perform either of the following actions:

  • Exclude the files from all user's backups.
  • Exclude the files from an individual user's backups.


For one cPanel user

Users or administrators can modify the user-level exclude file. /home/username/cpbackup-exclude.conf excludes files from a specific user's home directory.

$ nano /home/username/cpbackup-exclude.conf

# add new entries here

example/
dir/example.php

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Monitoring Linux Using NCPA

This article covers how to go about setting up monitoring in Linux using NCPA. You will learn how to configure NCPA to monitor Linux.

NCPA is a cross-platform monitoring agent for Nagios Core and Nagios XI that runs on Windows, Linux/Unix, and Mac OS/X machines. Its features include both active and passive checks, remote management, and a local monitoring interface.


In Nagios XI wizards can be used to to perform configuration of hosts and services through the Web UI. Wizards take the complicated matter of creating hosts and services, defining configuration parameters, assigning contacts, contact groups, hostgroups, servicegroups, etc, into a easy steps form in the Nagios XI UI. 

Wizards can also be easily added to Nagios XI through the Admin -> Manage Wizards menu to expand the capabilities of Nagios XI.

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