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  1. How to solve the Let’s Encrypt SSL on ASP.NET Core Problem: Let's Encrypt SSL fails to work even it has been activated on the Control Panel Solution:  This solution applies to ASP.NET Core application with MVC The problem is that Let's Encrypt SSL targets a folder .well-know inside th... Read More
  2. Issue with Storing Session Sometimes, the session on your website can expire earlier than you expect. The followings are the steps you need to check: 1. In .Net, you cannot use authentication without session. The session ID can be transmitted with client either in a cookie,... Read More
  3. How To Configure Secure Updates and Installations in WordPress on Ubuntu WordPress is the most popular CMS (content management system) used on the internet today. While many people use it because it is powerful and simple, sometimes people make a trade-off for convenience at the expense of security. This is the case in ho... Read More
  4. How To Use WP-CLI to Manage your WordPress Site from the Command Line WordPress is an extremely popular blogging and Content Management System (CMS) used by millions of websites. It can be used to easily organize, manage, and create content on the web and handle interactions with visitors and contributors. Although mos... Read More
  5. How To Configure Single and Multiple WordPress Site Settings with Nginx WordPress is the most popular CMS (content management system) used on the internet today. WordPress sites can be served using a HTTP server such as Apache or NGINX, while Apache is a great option to serve websites, many sites have moved to NGINX beca... Read More
  6. How To Install Wordpress with nginx on CentOS 6 Wordpress is a free and open source website and blogging tool that uses php and MySQL. It was created in 2003 and has since then expanded to manage 22% of all the new websites created and has over 20,000 plugins to customize its functionality. Setup ... Read More
  7. How To Install Opigno on Debian 7 with Git and Drush Introduction Opigno is a new, fast growing e-learning platform based on the battle-hardened Drupal framework. Setting up Opigno via sFTP is pretty easy, but as you now have your own server, we should set it up using GIT and Drush. Set up your server... Read More
  8. How to Install Piwik on an Ubuntu 12.04 Cloud Server Piwik is an open-source analytics system, which can be hosted at your cloud sever. It provides a more personalized solution than Google Analytics as it lets you have ownership and more control of your data, shows detailed traffic in real-time, and it... Read More
  9. How To Create An Off-Site Backup Of Your Site With Rsync On Centos 6 There are two ways to do backup: incremental and full backups. A full backup copies all the data, while the snapshot only handles the changes since the last update. Full Backup Full backup typically does the following: Make an archive of all the fi... Read More
  10. How To Create Nagios Plugins With Bash On CentOS 6 Bash is a popular command processor available on Linux by default. This time, we will expand on this idea and create Nagios plugins using Bash. Step 1 - Install RPMForge Repository and NRPE on client rpm -ivh http://pkgs.repoforge.org/rpmforge-rele... Read More
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