How to host a Murmur Server

Hosting a Murmur Server, or a mumble server is actually quite easy. It cost a very low amount of resources and it will save you some money. First you need to stop your IPTables and make a rule allowing the TCP Port and UDP Port access to your box. Next you simply need to get […]

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Installing NoIP in CentOS

First you will need to verify you have the requirements installed on the server, GCC and MAKE. If you do not have them, simply install them with the following commands : Next, let’s make the directory for NoIP and change to that directory : Then lets download the files needed, make sure you are getting […]

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Setting up a static ip in CentOS

First you will need to edit the file ifcfg-eth0 : Here is an example, just make sure to change your IP Address that you want to use and your netmask if applicable. Next you need to go in and configure your default gateway : Again here is an example, make sure to keep your hostname […]

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Giving a user superuser access

To give a user sudo access is extremely easy. First you need to run the command : Then you will need to find the line root ALL=(ALL) ALL and add the username of the new sudoer to the file, an easy way to run this in VI is like this : This will find the […]

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Disable root login via SSH

To disbale root access via SSH you will need to go in and edit the sshd_config file : Then you will need to find the following line of code : #PermitRootLogin yes and edit it to read PermitRootLogin no Finally you will need to restart the sshd service :

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Adding a new user in Unix

Adding a new user in Unix is extremely easy. First you will need to run the following line of code : Next you will need to set the user’s password :

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