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Configuring CentOS 7 Boot Order: Managing System Startup Preferences

To ensure your CentOS 7 system boots up with the desired configuration, you can manipulate the boot order settings using the following steps: Check the Current Boot Order: To determine the current boot order configuration, execute the command: grub2-editenv list The output will display the saved_entry value, which represents the default boot entry. For example:… read more »

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Install a Specific or older Version of cPanel & WHM

Introduction: In certain cases, you may need to install a specific version of cPanel & WHM on your server. While it is generally recommended to have the most up-to-date version, there are situations where installing a particular version is necessary. Please note that we advise installing only the cPanel versions listed in the provided tiers…. read more »

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Benchmark VPS/Dedicated Server with a single command – VPS performance test ssh

Run either command on your VPS. Script 1 curl -sL yabs.sh | bash Or wget -qO- yabs.sh | bash Script 2 wget -qO- bench.sh | bash Or curl -Lso- bench.sh | bash Script 3 wget freevps.us/downloads/bench.sh && bash bench.sh -io && rm -f bench.sh* VPS CPU BenchMark test wget https://vhwinfo.com/vhwinfo.sh & sh vhwinfo.sh  1,033 total views

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Convert Excel Files to CSV – Windows Script

Instructions Copy both files into the directory containing the files you want converted Run excel-to-csv.bat Note: This script requires Excel to be installed. excel-to-csv.bat FOR /f “delims=“ %%i IN (‘DIR *.xls* /b’) DO to-csv.vbs “%%i“ “%%i.csv“ to-csv.vbs if WScript.Arguments.Count < 2 Then WScript.Echo “Please specify the source and the destination files. Usage: ExcelToCsv <xls/xlsx source file>… read more »

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How to Search for Files and Folders Recursively via SSH

You need to use the following command to search for a file called FileName.txt under the current folder including all subfolders find ./ -type f -exec grep -l “text to find” {} \; find . -name FileName.txt If you are unclear about the file name or want to match a part of the file name,… read more »

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XRDP – Install XRDP RDP on Ubuntu – Easiest way

sudo apt-get install xrdp sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install mate-core mate-desktop-environment mate-notification-daemon sudo sed -i.bak ‘/fi/a #xrdp multiple users configuration \n mate-session \n’ /etc/xrdp/startwm.sh  2,656 total views

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Add Windows ISO Templates for Virtualizor KVM

Download any of client OS template to the location in Node ( /var/virtualizor/Xen or KVM according to the virtualization). http://mirror.softaculous.com/virtualizor/templates/windows-2003-x86.img.gz http://mirror.softaculous.com/virtualizor/templates/windows_2003R264.img.gz http://mirror.softaculous.com/virtualizor/templates/windows-2008r2.img.gz http://mirror.softaculous.com/virtualizor/templates/windows-2012server.img.gz http://mirror.softaculous.com/virtualizor/templates/windows-2012r2.img.gz http://mirror.softaculous.com/virtualizor/templates/windows-2016.img.gz For example: cd /var/virtualizor/kvm wget http://mirror.softaculous.com/virtualizor/templates/windows-2016.img.gz   Then to extract template run : gunzip TEMPLATE_NAME For example: gunzip windows-2016.img.gz   Then add the template using below link : http://www.virtualizor.com/wiki/Add_OS_Template  4,242 total… read more »

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