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  • How to Install Apache 2.2, PHP 5.6, MySQL 5.7 on CentOS 6

    Today I am going to teach you the easiest way of installing a Webserver with Apache, PHP, and MySQL. We are going to use Epel and Remi repositories on CentOS and configure our server. First of all, we should find the latest version of Epel and Remi packages from their sites : http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/6/x86_64/ http://rpms.famillecollet.com/enterprise/ After it, … Continue reading How t...

  • HugeServer Announces Logo and Website Redesign

    We are glad to announce our new logo and website redesign inspired by following factors: Impressing current and new customers Creating a more trusting and supportive energy through the new look Staying up-to-date with current digital trends Attracting new customers I believe the new Logo design was a necessary step for us to take the … Continue reading HugeServer Announces Logo and Website Redesig...

  • How to enable iptables on CentOS 7

    Once you install CentOS 7, you will understand there are many differences between CentOS 6 and 7, but however, some technical and people want to use old programs like “iptables” on CentOS 7. One of the programs which are not common on CentOS 7 is “iptables”. CentOS 7 comes with another firewall installed in it … Continue reading How to enable iptables on CentOS 7 →

  • How to install Apache 2.4 on CentOS 6 or 7

    Today we are going to install the latest version of Apache “Apache 2.4.23” on a new fresh updated CentOS 7. You can use this tutorial for CentOS 6 as well. Make sure you have already installed following packages on your server. yum install gcc yum install make yum install openssl-devel yum install apr-devel yum install … Continue reading How to install Apache 2.4 on CentOS 6 or 7 →

  • How to use IPv6 on Apache?

    Nowadays IPv6 is getting more and more common to be used on web servers. It’s better to implement IPv6 on servers in order to be accessible on IPv6 networks.  Here it is a really quick instruction how to get ready for IPv6 on your Apache web servers. I have installed a fresh CentOS and a … Continue reading How to use IPv6 on Apache? →

  • HugeServer expands to the Netherlands

    We are happy to announce our new facility in Meppel, Netherlands. It’s our first expansion to Europe and we will offer all our services in our Netherlands datacenter. We expanded to Netherlands because it’s one of the best-connected countries in Europe. Netherlands is the perfect location for whom demand no-compromise low-latency access to markets across the EU including … Continue reading HugeSer...

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