If you lost your CentOS 7 VPS or server password, you can reset root password of CentOS 7 in less than 5 minutes with console access. 1- Restart the system (hard reset or by pressing the ctrl + alt + delete) and switch to the boot grub menu. During the start up, there will be […]
To setup remote desktop access on any Cent OS machine you can install VNC + Gnome environment using these simple steps: First login to your VPS/Server using your SSH client (such as putty) then run these commands: yum install vnc-server yum install vnc yum groupinstall “GNOME Desktop Environment” yum install nano Now we have to […]
After default CentOS 6.x installation the OS tries to get the IP address via DHCP, so if you want to set a static IP for your machine you need to set it manually by editing the eth0.
If you are using CentOs 5.6 or 5.7 , first you need to run these in ssh:
By default the ipv6 module is turned on during the installation, you can turn off the module or install/configure the ip6tables tables to prevent your server from attacks.
First we have to download the package into the box:
The very first first step on securing a server is installing a firewall (atleast IP tables based) to close all unused or unwanted ports. Once the firewall is installed it is often considered 50% of work done. You can install CSF firewall or APF firewall. Often BFD (brute force detection) utilities comes with firewall.
1.Getting the RPM:
Virtual servers are the ideal hosts for minecraft servers. Setting up a Minecraft server is simple, but there are a few requirements you must double-check:
Webmin is a free web hosting control panel compatible with most Linux distributions. To install on CentOS or any other RHEL-derived system, follow the first half of the guide; to install on Debian or Ubuntu, skip to the latter half.