Porting Ubuntu Core 18 to Nvidia Jetson TX1 Developer Kit

Ubuntu Core (UC) is Canonical’s take in the IoT space. There are pre-built images for officially supported devices, like Raspberry Pi or Intel NUCs, but if we have something else and there is no community port, we need to create the UC image ourselves. High level instructions on how to Continue Reading

Webuzo News

Fixed: Addition of mysql extension in PHP 7.3 extra.ini which caused PHP startup error to be displayed

There was a bug in all the recent MySQL and MariaDB packages that MySQL extension was getting added in PHP 7.3 binary after installing MySQL on server, which caused the following PHP startup error to be displayed:PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library ‘mysql.so’ (tried: /usr/local/apps/php73/ext/mysql.so (/usr/local/apps/php73/ext/mysql.so: cannot Continue Reading

The ACME Protocol is an IETF Standard – Let’s Encrypt

It has long been a dream of ours for there to be a standardized protocol for certificate issuance and management. That dream has become a reality now that the IETF has standardized the ACME protocol as RFC 8555. I’d like to thank everyone involved in that effort, including Let’s Encrypt Continue Reading

Webuzo News

Fixed: Apache 2.4 service failed to start when disabling FastCGI with default PHP set as 7.3

There was an issue when having default PHP version set as PHP 7.3 and FastCGI option disabled from Apache Settings page, the Apache 2.4 service failed to start. We have fixed the above mentioned issue in the updated PHP 7.3 package. Hence, we request all users to upgrade their PHP Continue Reading

Another day, another attempt to scam me – but I know a phishing attempt when I see one!

It’s just a fact of life: If there’s email, there will always be spam. Now, how much spam you have to deal with will depend on how good your spam filtering solution is. Here at MDaemon Technologies, we use our own products – MDaemon and Security Gateway, to filter out Continue Reading

CentOS Web Panel News

FTP, FTPs, FTPes, SFTP explained – Control WebPanel Wiki

There are three types of FTP connections and SFTP: FTP (port 21)Plain, unencrypted FTP that defaults over port 21. Most web browsers support basic FTP.Example for FileZilla, for Host: ftp//:SERVER-IP FTPS (port 990)Implicit SSL/TLS encrypted FTP that works just like HTTPS. Security is enabled with SSL as soon as the Continue Reading

ReadySpace Maintenance

Data Centre (SG) Upgrading/Maintenance Works

Hi! This notification is to inform you that there will be maintenance work performed at our Singapore data centre  which MAY affect connectivity to some services. Details as specified below: – Start Time: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 04:00 (GMT+0800).– End Time  : Tuesday, July 31, 2018 08:00 (GMT+0800). Expected Impact: Continue Reading

ReadySpace New Update

Protect Your Server Against DDoS!

Hey there, server admins! Have you ever wondered if there’s a security service that can protect your server against DDoS attacks (and other malicious activities) that is AFFORDABLE? Well, that’s what we can do for you! ReadySpace Server Security protects your server for just a small fee! Apart from honeypots Continue Reading

3 cPanel & WHM Add-ons For Fighting Spam Email

Being a hosting provider isn’t easy. We get that. There are many unforeseeable occurrences that can put a damper on your service — however, spam email shouldn’t be one of them. We’ve highlighted three cPanel & WHM add-ons that you can use to fight incoming spam, malware, and viruses on Continue Reading

How to add Centralized Slave DNS to Plesk Multi Server

Hey there fellow Pleskians! Today we’ve been thinking about enhancing Plesk Multi Server with Centralized DNS support. Why? Because you’ll be able to use a single set of name servers for all the domains you host on Plesk Multi Server service nodes. And even if we’re still developing Centralized DNS further, you can Continue Reading

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