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Fix issues with locale in Ubuntu

If you get an error like this: locale: Cannot set LC_CTYPE to default locale: No such file or directory locale: Cannot set LC_MESSAGES to default locale: No such file or directory locale: Cannot set LC_ALL to default locale: No such file or directory Try running the following command to fix . . . Read more

How do I install Joomla on a VPS?

This tutorial assumes you have already created a domain in our control panel for your Joomla installation. PART 1: Configuring a Database 1) Go To the url below and log into your VPS Control Panel: https://control.servergrove.com 2) Click on SERVICES and then on the Server you wish to install Joomla . . . Read more

Change the document root for a domain

Change the document root for a domain Many times, you will need to change Apache’s default path where you need to store your files so they are displayed on your site (which is /var/www/vhosts/yourdomain.com/httpdocs/). This is specially true for frameworks (like Symfony or Zend Framework) where you should only display . . . Read more

How do I enable ACL on my VPS?

Enabling Access Control Lists on your VPS is very simple. All you need to do is install the required packages: Additional Information It’s good to know that you don’t need to manually enable ACL in /etc/fstab, since it’s already enabled in our servers. To check if the package has been . . . Read more

How to change PHP configuration settings for a VPS

You can overwrite PHP settings in your PHP installation by creating a custom configuration file that is read by PHP, named zzz_custom.ini. This guarantees that your changes will not be removed by upgrades to the PHP installation and ensures that your changes will overwrite other values loaded by default. Inside . . . Read more

Where can I find my Apache error log?

The location of the main apache error log is inside /var/log/apache2/error_log. This will show all diagnostic information of your Apache server. You also have access to an error log per domain. Depending on your Operating System, the location of your domain log might change. You can check the location of . . . Read more