Logging in as root isn’t usually a great idea. However, there are times when you need either persistent or temporary root access to perform administrative work. These two methods will cover all your root access needs.
There are times when you need to hide either your entire website, or specific pages or posts in WordPress. These two “Under Construction” plugins serve different purposes, and between them you should have everything covered.
This tutorial explains how to install GNOME on a remote server. Taken together with the first tutorial on installing VNC and obtaining the login credentials, this will allow you to have a complete and working GUI on your remote Linux server.
If you want to run a GUI on your Linux box and connect to it via a remote desktop client, you need to install VNC. Here’s a step by step tutorial with screenshots on how to set up the Tiger VNC server on CentOS/RHEL and how to configure it.
SpamAssassin is a great spam filter. Unfortunately it has the annoying habit of placing your junk mail in a folder called “spam” (without capitalization). Here’s a complete tutorial with screenshots on how to correct this so that you have a good looking and consistent folder structure.
SPF records are used to ensure that incoming mail is only sent from a list of approved servers and IP addresses. Here’s a quick explanation of SPF records, how to read them, and how to set them up.