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Configuring VSFTPD in CentOS‭ ‬6.0

Written by config on . Posted in CentOS, Linux

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Configuring VSFTPD in CentOS‭ ‬6.0

vsftpd stands for‭ ‬Very‭ ‬Secure‭ ‬File‭ ‬Transfer‭ ‬Protocol‭ ‬Daemon and it is an popular and well known FTP server for Unix-like‭ (‬Linux‭) ‬Operating system.

It is Licensed under GNU General Public License.

In this tutorial we cover how to configure‭ ‘‬vsftpd‭’ FTP server ‬on CentOS‭ ‬6.0.

Assumptions:

We assume that you are using CentOS‭ ‬6‭ (‬Linux operating system based on RedHat Distribution‭)‬.
And using‭ ‬vsftpd‭ ‬version‭ ‬2.2.2
Your system is connected to Internet via any means.

How to install LAMP on CentOS 6 server

Written by config on . Posted in CentOS, Linux

In this guide I will show you how to install standard LAMP stack on CentOS 6 server. I don’t think there is a huge difference between this setup or the one you probably did in the past on CentOS 5 or Fedora servers (to those of you who actually use Fedora servers).
I still think this tutorial can be helpful for some and that is the reason I’m still publishing this. This is a very easy tutorial with a step by step easy approach. So lets begin with the setup:

First of all you must have CentOS 6 installed and configured, by configured I mean it should be connected to the network and in working condition. No special packaged or configuration needed, you just have to be make sure yum is working and you can install packages from the repositories.

Cpanel 11.30 on Centos 6.0

Written by config on . Posted in Linux

Cpanel updated its offering on the Centos even before Centos released a new version, but it seems like Cpanel itself can’t get its stuff straight. As of today (after a week of tries and failures) it is finally possible to install Cpanel on Minimal installation of Centos 6.0 without installing perl or anything else manually on the server before running Cpanel installation script (“latest”). Cpanel uses a very interesting approach here, they are downloading their own perl package with perl 5.8.8 (which is the perl used in Centos 5.0 if I’m not mistaken). I’m sure they got their own reasons but I would love to hear a decent explanation on that.