The "Desktop Sharing" settings that come installed by default seem to use VNC. VNC is a bit of a bandwidth hog, can only work at the resolution of whatever screen is attached to the host, and mirrors every action on the host.
I've a web server which is CentOS 6 with Tomcat7 installed, everything works fine. However, there is many ways that access to server, for instance ipAddress / domain.com / www.domain.com, these addresses are shown on browser accordingly.
I running CentOS 6.4 in just CLI mode. However, I have a 1080 monitor and the resolution from the CLI interface is horrible. Do I still have to install Guest Additions in order to increase display resolution.
I installed CentOS Quick Install CD ISO in a VM and have it working. I restored a site but I can't get the site to work. I can FTP and access the database but I need to get Joomla running so that I can browse and and copy partial content to the new site. The only thing I had from the old site was this cpmove file.
I recently tranferred a domain name after winning a dispute resolution case. Generating an SSL certificate for the domain got me wondering if there is any process in place for invalidating any previously-generated certificates for such domain names.
I have a domain registered through namecheap.com, and I have 2 nameservers for my domain (ns1, ns2.domain.com). Both nameservers are being pointed to my VPS IP address. I can access my VPS fine through IP, but not my domain. I am using webmin 1.6, and have my master zone all setup. Here is the records file: