For some reason I want to disable Munin on my Cpanel server but without uninstalling it since I have made some changes which I don’t want to lose by uninstalling Munin.
Disable Munin service
So I start with disabling Munin service by running command:
Next, disable Munin from running on startup:
Disable Munin’s Cron
Although the service has been disabled but there is a cron that runs every 5 minutes to do updates. This cron can be disabled by editing cron for user munin:
And then edit the cron line by adding “#” in front of the cron line to disable it
#*/5 * * * * /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/perl/514/bin/munin-cron
Save the changes and that’s it. Whenever I want to re-activate Munin I just reverse the changes that have been done above.
I wrote an update for an article that i wrote a couple months ago here It’s a tutorial to install VNC on Linux Centos VPS. On that tutorial I was installing the group package of Gnome Desktop which will install all Gnome’s applications including Open Office. This of course requires a lot of space and RAM resources to be run on a VPS which most of the time we don’t need Open Office etc.
My self only use the VNC server that I installed in a VPS located in US datacenter to access some website which only available for US visitors. For browsing purposes I only need Gnome minimum install and Firefox browser and that is what I installed on this tutorial.
You can read my tutorial here: Minimum Install VNC Remote Desktop Server on Centos
Recently I’m installing a 32-bit application on a fresh installed Windows Server SBS 2008 which only comes in 64-bit version. This application that I’m installing is requiring a DLL file to be registered on the registry using the regsvr32 command.
Here comes the problem with registering 32-bit DLL since 32-bit application see different “system32” in Windows Server 64-bit. 32-bit application will see %windir%\syswow64 as their “system32” directory in 64-bit OS, while 64-bit application will use the %windir%\system32.
So to register the 32-bit DLL on 64-bit Windows Server we need to call the 32-bit version of regsvr32 which located on %windir%\syswow64, for example:
It’s very easy to change Windows Server 2003 Administrator password if you have physical access to the server, you’ll need to press ctrl + alt + del and you’ll get some option buttons such as Lock Computer, Log Off, Shut Down, etc. on that window, click on Change Password to change your Administrator password (user that currently logged in, so you must log in as Administrator before you can change its password). Continue reading Changing Windows Server 2003 Administrator Password