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Install MRTG  on CentOs , RHEL , Fedora and Linux  STEP 1 :  Click here to install EPEL Repository for CentOs 7 , RHEL 7  STEP 2 :  Install Apache web server. Here we are creating basis installation  of apache web server. #yum -y install httpd Start the apache web

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ConfigServer  (CSF) is advanced firewall and free available for Linux  and debian based distributions. In latest versoin of CentOs  7 , RHEL 7 , CloudLinux 7  servers  require that use the firewalld daemon but we can use iptables command for firewall and In WHM CSF

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Recently on September,2015  cPanel and WHM 11.50 has been released, After such a long time  in this version of cPanel & WHM having  support for  CentOS 7 / RHEL 7  Version  on fresh installations. WHM / cPanel webhosting is the best software to manage website hosting server , email , domain and security management, which can be install  in virtual private server (VPS )  as well as on cloud hosting server  and dedicated server . This control panel is  using  most of users, client and companies and it is premier web hosting automated software used by world wide.

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Here in this article we will discuss about latest cPanel & WHM Version 68 feature and prerequisites and installation on fresh CentOS 7  / RHEL 7  Version.

Latest Features of cPanel  & WHM webhosting Version 68


 

Below are some new features of latest version.

Support for Virtuozzo 7

Large Amount of Outbound Email Detected notification

New Separate file restoration from a backup

EasyApache 4 now supports mod_http2

Set SSL/TLS via the command line

phpMyAdmin performance setting etc

You can read more about new features from cPanel documentation .  Click Here

Installation Recommended settings

Installation of RHEL7 with Screenshots. Hi Linux Geeks,This article will guide you step by step in installation of RHEL 7 ( Red Hat Enterprise Linux7 ) .Red Hat announced general availability of RHEL 7 on June 10, 2014 .Red Hat says that RHEL 7 "lays the

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