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    Clean up custombuild directory, what can i delete? (need more space?)

    What I normally use is cd /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild ./build clean rm -fv /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/*.tar.gz rm -fv /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/*.tgz rm -fv /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/*.bz2 rm -fv /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/mysql/*
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    Apache crashing after upgrade

    I found the same problem on CentOS8 -- I have reply here
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    mod_ruid2 causes segfault with Debian 9

    Hi Recently, I found the same problem on CentOS 8 as well. I have to set ./build set mod_ruid2 n then rewrite_confs to get it works. Here is my os versions. [root@webhost custombuild]# cat /etc/redhat-release CentOS Linux release 8.1.1911 (Core) [root@webhost custombuild]# uname -a Linux...
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    [Full Skin] einDa!

    Hi @SmallWeb Interesting, I found the guide from , I will try it out. Thanks
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    [Full Skin] einDa!

    Hi @microz I am actually want to use your skin for specific mail hosting with Directadmin, I like to hide the Menu for end user for some of them, but I could not find in the code for those "My account, Advanced features". I only find the /user/menu_user.html and able to comment some block for...
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    Everythig from MyISAM to INNODB, how?

    just to confirm that its work great! Thanks for making life easy ;)
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    Emails per Hour

    +1, Really love to have it. DirectAdmin the best
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    How-to: mod_pagespeed for apache

    @VMH-Khan No, you don't need it, the apache one is work very well and easy to manage filter via .htaccess. This is I preferred and surly customer is preferred.
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    Custom php.ini settings - DA using php.conf.d/99-custom.ini ?

    Hi, @smtalk @eva2000 If I would like to make 99-custom.ini as a custom template for each php-fpm version I have (4 versions), where is the custom path that I have to place the file in? Thanks
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    ☣ Sysadmin never die. ☣

    ☣ Sysadmin never die. ☣
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    How-to: mod_pagespeed for apache

    It's work out of the box, you just need to edit .htaccess or pagespeed.conf for any of directives and filters you want to optimize your site. example I did for my website on .htaccess <IfModule pagespeed_module> ModPagespeed on ModPagespeedRewriteLevel CoreFilters...