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mod_lsapi for apache – install without actually using cloudlinux (UPDATE)

mod_lsapi How to install and use it without running CloudLinux kernel. mod_lsapi for apache – install and use it without running CloudLinux kernel.In a previous post i was explaining how you can install mod_lsapi apache module from Cloudlinux without actually having a Cloudlinux kernel or license. This tutorial is strictly for CentOS 6.x x86_64. This post comes as an …

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mod_lsapi apache without CloudLinux

How to install mod_lsapi for apache without running CloudLinux mod_lsapi was specially developed by CloudLinux to run as an apache module. The module is based on LiteSpeed Technologies API for PHP, Python and Ruby. Compared to the traditional mod_php module it offers excelent PHP performance, great security and support for opcode caching. More, the memory consumption …

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mod_evasive apache

mod_evasive + apache – config (CentOS)

For an extra protection for your apache web server you cand install the “mod evasive” apache module. How to do it? Simple, just follow the steps below: Download it from Unpack and compile module tar zxvf mod_evasive_1.10.1.tar.gz; cd mod_evasive; /usr/sbin/apxs -i -a -c mod_evasive20.c Your module has been compiled and installed and your httpd.conf file …

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MySQL: bash script to dump all users

If you need to dump all mysql users created on your linux machine you can do it quite easy, using a simple bash script. Create a new bash script as follows:

 Save the file, chmod +x Then just execute the script! It will dump all your users right on the screen. If you …

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mod_ruid2 apache

Mod_ruid2 on CentOS: install from source

Installing on CentOS If you want to manually install the module for the apache webserver: – download the tar.gz file from sourceforge (link: download) – extract files from archive: tar jxvf mod_ruid2-0.9.8.tar.bz2 – cd mod_ruid2-0.9.8 – compile the module (which apxs -a -i -l cap -c mod_ruid2.c) It is possible to get an error like this while compiling:

In …

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