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Ubuntu LTS And Full cPanel® Support

In late 2020, CentOS 8 announced that it would be reaching its end-of-life in December of 2021. This news was rather unexpected in both the open source and web hosting worlds. In response, we have been working towards providing solutions…

The Grampians

Rising abruptly out of the Western Victorian plains, the Grampians has long been a magnet for artists of all genres – including photography. Looking towards the Serra Range from near the summit of Mount William which, at  1,167 metres is…

Sigma fp L camera announced

Sigma has released details of a new version of its compact, interchangeable-lens camera, the fp L, with an L-mount, 61-megapixel resolution and support for 4K UHD recording. Front view of the new Sigma fp L camera. (Source: Sigma Photo.) Claimed…

A window into your life

By Trace O’Rourke. During a trip to Tokyo I spent an hour on the train platform watching the trains and people. A window into your life By Trace O’Rourke Sony A7R Mark ll; FE 24-105mm G lens at 70mm; ISO…

NGINX® Caching And cPanel® Version 96

Caching, for our purposes here, is the temporary storage of website files in such a way (and often in various locations) that results in significantly faster website loading times for the end users. As a result, caching also reduces the…

How To Use PuTTY SSH With cPanel®

cPanel & WHM’s intuitive web interfaces make it easy to manage servers and web hosting accounts. However, it’s occasionally useful to work on a server’s command line instead. The PuTTY SSH (Secure Shell) client allows you to log in to…

Inside Imaging exposes dubious online photo competitions

Australian industry newsletter, Inside Imaging, has drawn attention to probable irregularities associated with for-profit contests linked to dubious overseas publications. Inside Imaging found two prominent online photo competition directories, Photo Contest Guru and Photo Contest Deadlines, are hosted on the…