How to install MediaWiki from Softaculous

To Install MediaWiki from Softaculous

MediaWiki can easily be installed by using Softaculous in the cPanel Software / Services. This tutorial will explain how to install MediaWiki using Softaculous. Please follow the steps and install it.

How to install MediaWiki from Softaculous

 

Step 1 : Log into cPanel.

Step 2 : Find the Softaculous icon located in the Software Services section.

Step 3 : To locate MediaWiki you can either type mediawiki in the search box in the top right corner.

Step 4 : Click on Wikis in the left column.

Step 5 : When you click on the MediaWiki link, you will be taken to the home page for the MediaWiki package.

Step 6 : Click on the Install tab.

You will be asked to fill in the details of the installation.

Step 7 : If you have multiple domains associated with this account, you can select where to install it.

Step 8 :  The next two boxes require a Directory and Database Name, neither of which should exist on the server.

Step 9 : Under Site config, enter a Wiki Name and Email.

These can be changed later on from the application’s admin panel.

Step 10 : Type the desired Admin Username and Password that should be used.

Step 11 : Click Install.

After a moment, the software will be installed.

Step 12 : Once finished, you can view your new site by clicking this link.

 

You will be able to access your newly-installed MediaWiki by following the links on the page.

 

That’s it! :-) :-)

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How to Install SSL Certificate in Microsoft IIS 7

To install the primary SSL certificate, you must complete the pending request, and then bind the certificate to your website, Please follow the steps and  Install an Certificate in Microsoft IIS 7.

Microsoft IIS 7

Step 1: Click Start.

Step 2: Then click Run.

Step 3: Type mmc.

Step 4: Then click OK.

The Microsoft Management Console (Console) window opens.

Step 5: Click the File menu, in the Console1 window, and Select Add/Remove Snap-in.

Step 6: Select Certificates, in the Add or Remove Snap-in window, and click Add.

Step 7: Select Computer Account, in the Certificates snap-in window, and then click Next.

Step 8: Select Local Computer, in the Select Computer window, and then click Finish.

Step 9: Click OK.

Step 10: In the Console1 window, click + to expand the folder.

Step 11: Right-click Intermediate Certification Authorities, mouse-over All Tasks.

Step 12: Then click Import.

Step 13: In the Certificate Import Wizard window, click Next.

Step 14: Click Browse to find the intermediate certificate file.

Step 15: Change the file extension filter to PKCS #7 Certificates (*.spc;*.p7b), select the *_iis_intermediates.p7b file

Step 16: Then click Open.

Note : Do not install your Leaf Certificate in this area. Doing so removes your certificate from the list, and you must reinstall to correct the problem.

Step 17: Click Next, in the Certificate Import Wizard window.

Step 18: Select Place all certificates in the following store. 

Step 19: Then click Browse.

Step 20: In the Select Certificate Store window, select Intermediate Certification Authorities, and then click OK.

Step 21: In the Certificate Import Wizard window, click Next.

Step 22: Click Finish.

Step 23: Click OK.

Step 24: Close the Console 1 window.

Step 25: Then click No to remove the console settings.

That’s it!

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How to install SOGo on Ubuntu

SOGo is an open source collaborative software server with a focus on simplicity and scalability. It is developed in Objective-C using PostgreSQL, Ubuntu, Apache, and IMAP. It supports CalDAV, CardDAV, GroupDAV, iMIP and iTIP and reuses existing IMAP, SMTP and database servers. In addition, SOGo offers native Microsoft Outlook compatibility using the Open Change backend.

We’ll see how to install this fantastic suite in an Ubuntu 12.04Lts Server Edition. Please follow the instruction.  

SOGo

 

* If you’re using Ubuntu Trusty Tahr (14.04) 

Step 1 :  From terminal prompt:

/etc/apt/sources.list

Step 2 :  Add the following line to your apt source list

deb http://inverse.ca/ubuntu trusty trusty

Step 3 : When you prefer using the nightly builds, then simply use the following line:

deb http://inverse.ca/ubuntu-nightly trusty trusty

 

 

* If you’re using Ubuntu Precise Pangolin (12.04)

Step 1 : From terminal prompt:

/etc/apt/sources.list

Step 2 : Add the following line to your apt source list

deb http://inverse.ca/ubuntu precise precise

Step 3 : When you prefer using the nightly builds, then simply use the following line:

deb http://inverse.ca/ubuntu-nightly precise precise

 

 

* If you’re using Ubuntu Lucid Lynx (10.04)

Step 1 : From terminal prompt:

/etc/apt/sources.list

Step 2 : Add the following line to your apt source list

deb http://inverse.ca/ubuntu lucid main

Step 3 : When you prefer using the nightly builds, then simply use the following line:

deb http://inverse.ca/ubuntu-nightly lucid main

 

 

For SOGo v3, simply add the “-v3” suffix to the http source path.

Signed builds

Since 2011-05-17

To verify their signature, our GPG public key has to be added into apt keyring.

Run the following commands:

sudo apt-key adv –keyserver keys.gnupg.net –recv-key 0x810273C4

Then, update your lists of available software packages

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get install sogo

From that point, apt-get should not complain about package signatures anymore.

 

That’s!!

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How to install R1soft cdp agent on the Linux server

To install R1soft cdp agent on the Linux server

 R1Soft is an affordable, easy-to-use, high performance backup, restore, and disaster recovery software. Its a software application which is used to backup the data in a client (R1Soft agent) which is assigned to R1Soft server based upon the configurations which we define. R1soft can also be used to restore files and databases. You can install the Latest R1soft cdp agent on Linux server by using following steps.

Install-R1soft-cdp-agent

Step No. 1 : Create the yum repository for the r1soft by using the following command

/etc/yum.repos.d/r1soft.repo
[r1soft]
name=R1Soft Repository Server
baseurl=http://repo.r1soft.com/yum/stable/\$basearch/
enabled=1
gpgcheck=0

 

Step No. 2 : Install the cdp agent by using following command line

yum install r1soft-cdp-enterprise-agent

 

Step No. 3 : Then, install the header kernels by using following command line

yum install kernel-devel

Step No. 4 : Obtain the kernel module from R1Soft  by using following command line

r1soft-setup –get-module

 

Step No. 5 : To Setup the authentication key for the Agent on client server

serverbackup-setup –get-key http://cdpserverip

 

Kernel module is now installed.

 

Now, Use the following command line and load the new driver.

/etc/init.d/cdp-agent restart 

 

That’s it!

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How to install WHMCS from Softaculous

In this article Hostdens will give you how to install WHMCS from Softaculous, Please follow the steps and install it :

Install WHMCS

Step 1 : Log in to cPanel.

Step 2 : Click Softaculous in the Software/Services section.

Step 3 : In the Search text box, type whmcs.

Step 4 : Then press ENTER.

Step 5 : Click Install button. 

Step 6 : Select the protocol in Choose Protocol list box.

Step 7 : Select the domain for installation.

Step 8 : Type the directory where you want to install the application.

Step 9 : Type the directory where you want to store application data.

Step 10 : Type the name of the database to create for the application.

Step 12 : Type the cron job intervals in CRON Job text boxes.

Step 13 : Type the name of the company.

Step 14 : Type the directory for the administration interface in Admin Folder text box.

Step 15 : Type the company e-mail address.

Step 16 : Now type your WHMCS license key in Valid License Key text box.

Step 17 : Type the administrator username.

Step 18 : Type the administrator password.

Step 19 : Type the administrator’s first name.

Step 20 : Type the administrator’s last name.

Step 21 : Type the site administrator e-mail address.

Step 22 : Select the language for the administration interface.

Step 23 : Select the language for the site.

Step 24 : Click the Advanced Options icon to expand Advanced Options.

Step 25 : If you do not want to receive e-mail notifications when application updates are available, select the Disable Update Notifications check box.

Step 26 : To receive site configuration information after the installation is complete, type an e-mail address in the Email installation details to text box.

Step 27 : Review the installation options and settings, and then click Install.

When installation is complete, Softaculous provides information about the application’s configuration.

 

That’s it

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