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i have in stalled wordpress on centos 6.5 (64bit) and when i change permalink settings and click on any post it shows me an error page, i have updated .htaccess file and curl is enabled on my vps but still cant igure out what is the actual problem. its a fresh installation please someone help me to solve this issue.
By Big Boss
hello vpsboard may I ask if how can this be true? https://lowendbox.com/blog/yes-you-can-run-18-static-sites-on-a-64mb-link-1-vps/ and I inspect the site and he is using Xen 64mb dedicated ram . Does it mean my VPS with 512mb ram (KVM) is having more ram than what he have on the article? is dedicated ram more powerful than just a ram ?
I know CentOS is the OS of choice for many web hosts and I assume some of them use it otherwise day to day.
CentOS has released a new version with ARM support:
I mainly use Android devices so had setup my own local Brisbane & Sydney and US based CentOS OpenVPN VPN VPS servers to connect to. However, I'm wanting to extend VPN coverage to Windows 8.1 phone devices too and they prefer L2TP. So I've setup a CentOS 7 server (running Centmin Mod of course) with L2TP Ipsec and it works okay with Android 4.2 and 5.x devices via native VPN features.
But there's no auto reconnect features with native Android VPN as opposed to the OpenVPN client I was using. So my question to folks here using L2TP IPSec for Android and Windows 8.1 phone, what VPN clients are you using which support auto reconnect and saving multiple VPN server profiles ?
Since a few members here are using my Centmin Mod LEMP web stack for their servers, just a heads up I just switched my centminmod.com domain's DNS over to the new server cluster which sports the new centminmod.com web site design.
Also Centmin Mod 1.2.3-eva2000.08 stable release is here - well official release date is July 31st, 2015 which would be about right once DNS updates worldwide. This new release has been in development for past 12+ months, so I am glad to have it released now. You can check outs what's new here or on the new site if DNS has propagated in your neck of the woods.
For folks who don't like reading, the quickest way to install Centmin Mod is now via one liner command
curl -sL http://centminmod.com/installer.sh | bash However, there's other methods outlined here as well Download New method of adding Nginx domain via command line too via /usr/bin/nv as outlined here Nginx Vhost & NSD DNS Setup To create a new site domain Nginx vhost account for newdomain.com with self-signed SSL enabled and Pure-FTPD virtual FTP username = MYFTPUSERNAME, type the following in SSH command line. /usr/bin/nv -d newdomain.com -s y -u MYFTPUSERNAME So essentially to install Centmin Mod LEMP and setup newdomain.com in Nginx vhost, you only need 2 commands in SSH as root user on a fresh CentOS 6 or 7 based OS server. curl -sL http://centminmod.com/installer.sh | bash /usr/bin/nv -d newdomain.com -s y -u MYFTPUSERNAME or one line when you combine them :) curl -sL http://centminmod.com/installer.sh | bash; /usr/bin/nv -d newdomain.com -s y -u MYFTPUSERNAME Then bookmark and read the Getting Started Guide :D