Category Archives: CentOS

CentOS, Community ENTerprise Operating System.

PrestaShop PayPal Module Login User Doesn’t Exist

Prestashop Paypal Module was a bit buggy in upgrading from v. to v. including some additional modules. PayPal v.3.7.2 & PayPal USA, Canada. By default PayPal v.3.7.2. was enabled with correct configuration. However, upon testing the checkout process (edit /config/defines.ini.php to display errors) there where errors. PrestaShop PayPal Module; PayPal Login User Doesn’t Exist. [PrestaShopDatabaseException]… Read More »

Installing cPanel on Linode Server CentOS 7

Need to setup Linode CentOS 7 for cPanel How to setup Linode Server running CentOS 7 for cPanel installation.. Linode & cPanel documentation provided excellent documentation, however there was some confusion for me, so I documented my process. I’ve built several Lindoe’s, all using CentOS 6 or CentOS 7 for cPanel installations. I’ve fine tuned my process… Read More »

Installing pdo & pdo_mysql Using cPanel

If your using cPanel to run your server, then it’s very simple to enable PDO & PDO_MYSQL within the WHM. Access your WHM and navigate to your EasyApache. Home >> Software >> EasyApache (Apache Update). First, begin by selecting a profile to load. Previously Saved Config (**DEFAULT**) ! This option loads the last saved configuration.… Read More »

CentOS Cannot stat() mounted device /dev/root

cannot stat() mounted device /dev/root No such file or directory CentOS 6.2 & Xen Linode VPS The DISK USED in both cPanel & WHM, do not reflect correct data size. According to cPanel, I require /dev/root in order for userquota to be mounted. root@host [/]# quota -sv quota: Cannot stat() mounted device /dev/root: No such… Read More »

My Unix Commands for CentOS & RedHat

The listed Linux commands are most common with my web development. Other commands get into greater detail in bellow Resource section. # cat /etc/redhat-release To find out the CentOS distro version. # cat /etc/issue To find out the Ubuntu distro version. # cd change directory # du -sch * Breakdown of disk usage. (-a, -d,… Read More »