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MySQL Error: Access denied; you need (at least one of) the SUPER privilege(s) for this operation

MySQL

This annoying errors happened to our team few days ago when we were trying to migrate a site from one Linux server to another. So on the current server we compressed all the website files into tar.gz archive and the dump the MySQL database using mysqldump command. Ran wget on the new server to...

Creating a New Sudo User on CentOS 8, The Easy Way

Centos 8

Most of Linux users are already familiar with the sudo command available from the terminal. The sudo command allows user able to run programs or commands with administrator privileges - usually can only be run by root user. If you ever need to add a new sudo user within your CentOS 8, here's how...

How to Restart Ubuntu X Window Server From Command Line

Ubuntu restart X Server from command line

In today's Linux guide, I'll show you how to restart Ubuntu X Server from the command line or terminal. In some cases session might freezes and you're stuck because don't know what to do to resolved it. If you're wondering, X Server provides you with graphical desktop interface in the Linux environment. X server...

How To Install and Setup PHP 7.4 on CentOS 7

The latest stable version of PHP 7.4.0 has been released to the public a few days ago and brings many improvements, as well as new features. It's generally available for public since November 28 2019, so we can safely use PHP 7.4 on our server. PHP 7.4 is obviously much faster and better than previous PHP 7 versions, since...

How To Install PHP 7.0, PHP 7.1 and PHP 7.2 on CentOS 7

Using an obsolete PHP version is clearly not recommended, especially for a web hosting environment. However, in some cases you might encounter compatibility issues with your web software system requirements with a PHP version you're using, which ultimately requires you to use an older PHP7 version. Now, several PHP7 versions have and will reach its End-Of-Lives (EOL), including PHP...

How To Install Nginx, PHP7.3-FPM and MariaDB 10.4 on CentOS 7

If you've read our previous tutorials, you should understand how to install and setup the LEMP stack on the Ubuntu LTS server. Installing the LEMP stack on the Ubuntu LTS and CentOS servers is very different. Well, in this tutorial we will guide you on how to install and setup Nginx, PHP 7.3 with FastCGI Proccess Manager (FPM) and...

How To Install and Configure PHP 7.3 on CentOS 7

PHP 7.1 will reach its end-of-life (EOL) in the next 11 days. The official PHP site says that they only provide security support for PHP 7.1 until December 1, 2019. So, the latest stable PHP version currently is PHP 7.2 and PHP 7.3. According to the official PHP site, PHP 7.2 will get active support until November 30, 2020...

How To Setup Memcached on cPanel-WHM

This tutorial will guide you on how to setup and configure memcached on cPanel-WHM. Setting up memcached and memcache PHP extensions on cPanel-WHM is very easy. Simply add EasyApache4 (EA4) Experimental Repository in order to install memcached. Unfortunately, both memcached and memcache RPMs are still in an experimental repo on cPanel-WHM. So it might not be suitable for a shared...

How To Install ionCube Loader on VestaCP

This guide will help you to install and configure ionCube Loader PHP Extension on VestaCP. You can use this tutorial properly on all Linux distributions supported by VestaCP, including RHEL/CentOS and Debian/Ubuntu. ionCube Loader is a PHP extension that allows PHP to load encoded and protected files, which we can generally find in some commercial software, and PHP-based premium...

Configuring Let’s Encrypt SSL with Nginx FastCGI-Cache and HTTP/2 Support

Let’s Encrypt CA provides an easy solution to get a free SSL/TLS certificate that allows HTTPS connections on a website. Not only free; to install and renew an SSL certificate with Let’s Encrypt is fully automated, both on the Apache and Nginx web servers. Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate is valid for up to 90 days, but users can renew...