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Thumbs Up How to install php 5.6 on centos 6/7
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-24-2017, 05:12 PM - Forum: Tips and Trick - No Replies

Hi Everyone,

1: yum install epel*
2: yum update / yum upgrade
3: 

Code:
CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x
wget http://rpms.famillecollet.com/enterprise/remi-release-6.rpm 
sudo rpm -Uvh remi-release-6*.rpm

CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x
wget http://rpms.famillecollet.com/enterprise/remi-release-7.rpm 
sudo rpm -Uvh remi-release-7*.rpm

4: yum update / yum upgrade
5: yum --enablerepo=remi,remi-php56 update
6: yum --enablerepo=remi,remi-php56 upgrade
7: reboot
8: php -v  Big Grin

working on 100%

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Thumbs Up SOLVED - CWP Freetype support in gd?
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-24-2017, 04:39 AM - Forum: Server Problems - No Replies

in php switcher you can recompile your php version according to your needs

or

1. Check / install Freetype lib, go to console with a root user and do
 

Code:
yum -y install freetype

2. Recompile PHP with freetype lib, to do so , go to 

http://yourserver.com:2030/index.php?module=php_switch

Select php version desired ej: PHP 5.5

Add this line to the configure list 
 
Code:
with-freetype-dir=/usr/local/lib

Run compiler, wait 15 mins aprox.  and check phpinfo 

http://yourserver.com:2030/index.php?module=php_info

You must see : Build Date   (recent date, to check if compiler has done)

And GD module installed like : 

gd

GD Support   enabled
GD Version   bundled (2.1.0 compatible)
FreeType Support   enabled
FreeType Linkage   with freetype
FreeType Version   2.3.11
GIF Read Support   enabled
GIF Create Support   enabled
PNG Support   enabled
libPNG Version   1.2.49
WBMP Support   enabled
XBM Support   enabled

Hope it helps someone.

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Heart The Final Conclusion and Notes
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 03:23 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Hopefully, this quick overview of the top 17 actively-maintained web panels has left you feeling fully prepared to make the best selection when searching for a web panel to meet your personal or professional website management needs.Before you pick a panel, you’ll need to know what “bucket” of hosting (shared vs. dedicated vs. virtual) best fits your hosting needs. Our Basics Guide will get newbies familiar with what web hosting is and what they need to get started.

 Check Out the Best Hosting Plans with Control Panels Included

Remember, a web panel is just the website owner’s online dashboard for managing apps, files, software add-ons, and more for their site — and many of our experts’ favorite hosting services include fantastic control panels in their packages.

Questions or Comments? Ask Ndomax!
Ask a question and Ask Ndomax! will respond to you. We strive to provide the best advice on the net and we are here to help you in any way we can Smile

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Thumbs Up Virtualmin Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 03:08 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Virtualmin is a popular and (mostly) open-source control panel offered in three product versions:Virtualmin GPL is the core web control panel software with a solid feature set and a pleasant user interface. This product is also available in Webmin module form. Virtualmin offers four methods for managing your server: from the Web, mobile, command line, and through a remote HTTP API.

Virtualmin Professional makes it easier to install and update many other applications (e.g. WordPress, Joomla, Magento, NodeJS) and comes with commercial support.

Cloudmin Professional is a multi-server control panel based on Virtualmin, to enable the building of cloud services for use by enterprises and service providers. Cloudmin has support for Xen, vserver, Solaris Zones, and Amazon EC2 instances.

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Virtualmin Professional has more advanced application install support features:

 
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Thumbs Up CentOS Web Panel Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 03:06 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

CentOS Web Panel is an open-source web panel for the CentOS Linux distribution. It has a solid feature set that can match most of the other web panels, though it lacks multi-server support.

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Thumbs Up BlueOnyx Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 03:04 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

BlueOnyx is an open-source web control panel that only runs on the CentOS and Scientific Linux distributions. Its interface may show its age a bit, but there is good support for multi-user setups among many other features.

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Thumbs Up Ajenti Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 03:02 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Ajenti is a Python-based web control panel system, which makes it stand out from all PHP-based panels. Its website claims there are more than 55,000 active users of Ajenti. The interface is very well-designed. Ajento runs on various Linux distributions and FreeBSD.

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Thumbs Up ISPConfig Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:59 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

ISPConfig is a popular, open-source web control panel system with good enterprise support. The project claims to have more than 40,000 downloads per month. There is good multi-server, IPv6, and virtualization (OpenVZ) support, which is ideal for ISPs or other corporate environments.

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Thumbs Up Webmin Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:58 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Webmin an open-source web control panel for system administration on Linux/Unix. It has dozens of modules for configuring server services. Their Cloudmin tool is a Webmin-based interface for managing virtual systems, including Xen, KVM, and OpenVZ.

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Thumbs Up Sentora Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:57 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Sentora is a fork of ZPanel. This fork happened after Zpanel’s sale to a US-based company. Sentora brands itself as the “community version” of ZPanel. The team behind Sentora also offers subscription-based, premium support.

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