WordPress VPS FTP Connection Problem

When you try to install or upgrade a plugin in WordPress, you will see this message Connection InformationTo perform the requested action, WordPress needs to access your web server. Please enter your FTP credentials to proceed. If you do not remember your credentials, you should contact your web host. If you enter your default root

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Yum thread.error: can’t start new thread

When you do a yum update, you will periodically encounter this error Yum thread.error: can’t start new thread This error is caused by a bug in the fastestmirror plugin in Yum. To resolve this error, there are two solutions that you can try: (A) Solution I (i) Stop the mysql server with the command: /etc/init.d/mysqld

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Difference Between VePortal & SolusVM

You need a control panel to manage your VPS and to perform functions like installing the OS, rebooting it, checking CPU & RAM usage etc. Some hosts like Burst.net & VolumeDrive offer VePortal while others like Virpus, MiniVPS & SemoWeb offer Solus VM. Lets’ take a look at the difference between the two: As one

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How To Set Up Name Servers At The Domain Registrar

Its’ best to do this first because it takes time for the domain to propagate and this can happen in the background while you are setting up your VPS. Log into your domain registrar such as namecheap.com or godaddy.com. Click on the domain name and select the option “Nameserver Registration”. Against ns1.domain.com and ns2.domain.com, enter

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Set Up Your Own Linux VPS Website

If you are a webmaster who has outgrown shared hosting and is thinking of upgrading to a VPS, these are exciting times. VPS are available at rock-bottom prices, costing as much and sometimes even less than shared costing. Of course, one must remember that the low cost is for a reason and you get what

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How To Set Up A WordPress VPS With Kloxo

How to buy a VPS: To learn how to set up a VPS, you should buy the cheapest possible VPS. SemoWeb & Virpus offer budget VPS for just $3.50 to $4 a month. Burst.net is another good option but is slightly costlier. Virpus & Burst.net offer 512MB guaranteed RAM while SemoWeb offers only 256MB RAM.

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