The best advice I ever heard is: if your data is important to you at all, then you should back it up. What would happen if you suddenly lost it? How devastating would it be? Backing up is such a simple step, and can potentially save you many hours of work, stress, and possibly your job (if the data is that important).
To backup a database, we simply need to export the database. To restore it, we need to import the database. I’ll show you how to do More >
If you didn’t have a chance to catch today’s cPanel webinar on the new WHM 11.34 features you missed out. Surprisingly, the entire webinar lasted a mere 30 minutes and the features portion wasn’t, in my mind, the most interesting section. However, it had some good information on some of the more sought after features. I took note of the three that caught my eye the most:Email auto-config scripts
One of the biggest changes I’ve always felt was needed was updating the email auto-configs scripts. cPanel has had this feature for quite some time, so its nothing new. The problem More >
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When you get a new VPS, you’ve got a powerful new system that is a server all unto yours. There is quite a bit of customization you can do to make it suite your needs. Today, I am going to show you how to change the language of your SSH terminal.
Changing your VPS language setting allows you to type and sort by special characters not available in English. But more than that, it is language localization. You pick not only your language, but your country as well. This allows the server to More >