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  1. Rob

    Rob Administrator Staff Member

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    I've been utilizing Linux since 1996; for personal/desktop use and Internet Hosting and have run into and fixed more issues than most people currently in the industry today.

    Below are some of the more popular things I currently assist with:
    • Open source servers and applications including: Apache, MySQL, PHP, Postfix/Sendmail/Exim
    • Virtualization: XenServer, VMWare
    • Networking protocols: TCP/IP, DNS, SMTP, POP3, FTP, SSH, SSL, NFS
    • Distributions: RHEL/CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora
    • Control Panels: cPanel, Plesk, Webmin
    • Client / ticketing systems: WHMCS, Kayako
    • Popular website scripts: vBulletin, XenForo, WordPress, etc…
    • BASH Shell scripting
    • Website migrations
    • Installing mods/addons into your existing website
    More info: http://www.hostingsupportservices.com

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    Goodness you have a lot under your belt. That takes a lot of skill and dedication.
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  3. admin

    admin New Member

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    Hi Rob.

    What dose it cost to get in a Zpanel in a VPS sys?
    The company behind it is very rude and dos not want to help or answering any questions? I got all the instructions on how to do it but when I try to enter the password i can not get any lettering in???

    start: Job is already running: mysql
    mysqladmin: connect to server at 'localhost' failed
    error: 'Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)'
    enter your root mysql password : enter your root mysql password :

    So what is it going to cost ?
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    khattakr New Member

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    Hi Rob,

    I need some help with simple bash script. I am using rsync command to copy data from one filesystem to another file system. I have created a simple bash script and used time command along with rsync commands in the script so I can get the time it takes to finish the copy process. The issues is that, when I run the script manually, it works just fine and put the timestamp in log file but when I setup the same script in cronjob, it works too but doesn't put a timestamp in the log file. Can you help me with that.

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