Category: CentOS Tutorials

  • VestaCP PHP Selector for Centos add php 7, 5.6 and 5.5.

    PHP selector for centos 6/7 RUN AT YOUR OWN RISK This install php 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4 and 8.0 in your centos 6 and centos 7 **Use, in this you can select what php version install is same as but with simplified code, now in testing ** So […]

  • Configure wifi on Orange Pi with Armbian OS

    In following section we will explain how to configure wifi on orange pi. Orange Pi should already have armbian installed/configured and connected to your router though a LAN cable. If armbian is not already installed/configured read this first. connect to Orange Pi using putty and execute following command: # nmtui This will open a GUI […]

  • Install H264 Streaming Module for Apache & PHP on CentOS Server

    Installing the streaming module can be a problem sometimes. This is a simple ins;tall guide which worked fine in a standard CentOS7/cpanel server: For Cpanel: yum install ea-apache24-devel otherwise: yum install httpd-devel wget tar -zxvf apache_mod_h264_streaming-2.2.7.tar.gz cd mod_h264_streaming-2.2.7 ./configure make make install Edit /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf Add the following lines: LoadModule h264_streaming_module /usr/lib64/httpd/modules/ AddHandler h264-streaming.extensions .mp4 […]

  • How to Install ClamAV on CentOS 7

    Install ClamAV First, install the Epel (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) repository and the mailx command with yum. . yum -y install epel-release In this step, we will install Clam AntiVirus or ClamAV to get the best scanning results of LMD. ClamAV is available in the Epel repository (that we’ve installed in the first step). Install […]

  • How to install FFmpeg and ffmpeg-php on CentOS Easily

    How to install FFmpeg and ffmpeg-php on CentOS Easily

    FFmpeg is an amazing collection of open-source tools that can record and stream video and audio. However, it can also transcode video and audio (convert the files to different formats), and that is what has me so excited. There’s also a great PHP package called ffmpeg-phpthat allows for easy use of FFmpeg from inside PHP […]

  • Install Transmission Client to RHEL / CentOS 6

    Torrent Guide – Install Transmission Client to RHEL / CentOS 6 Transmission Bittorrent Client Transmission is an open source and extremely lightweight Bittorrent client. It is available for any OS and comes with it’s own GUI interface. Although Transmission is not as popular as rTorrent/ruTorrent for seedboxes, it is still a strong solid choice as […]

  • How to install ffmpeg, ffmpeg-php on CentOS 6/7 (Cpanel Server)

    How to install ffmpeg, ffmpeg-php on CentOS 6/7 (Cpanel Server)

    For EL6: rpm -Uvh rpm -Uvh Install FFMpeg from ATRPMS Repository: yum -y install ffmpeg ffmpeg-devel How to check if FFMPEG is working? Verify the ffmpeg version: ffmpeg -version [[email protected]:~]ffmpeg -version ffmpeg version 2.2.1 built on Apr 13 2014 13:00:18 with gcc 4.4.6 (GCC) 20120305 (Red Hat 4.4.6-4) configuration: –prefix=/usr –libdir=/usr/lib64 –shlibdir=/usr/lib64 –mandir=/usr/share/man […]

  • How To Install And Run VLC On CentOS 6/7 As Root

    VLC media player (commonly known as VLC) is a portable, free and open-source, cross-platform media player and streaming media server written by the VideoLAN project. VLC media player supports many audio and video compression methods and file formats, including DVD-Video, video CD and streaming protocols. It is able to stream media over computer networks and […]

  • How to Install the latest version of s3cmd tool on Linux

    Please install the required packages before installing the s3cmd tool and download the source zip from github: sudo yum install unzip python-pip wget Unzip the downloaded source zip file and move to the unzipped directory: unzip cd s3cmd-master/ Once you have moved to the unzipped directory then just run this command: sudo python […]

  • Initial Settings after installing the CentOS 7

    1) To change the hostname permanently, edit the following file: sudo vi /etc/hostname Here you can simply put the name of your system (in my case, I have assigned it CentOS-7): After that, edit the hosts file: sudo vi /etc/hosts Here add the same name, that you have added in the /etc/hostname file, after After reboot, it will display […]