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Difinitive Guide Anywhere?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by HappyPappy, Sep 14, 2002.

  1. HappyPappy

    HappyPappy Active Member

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    Hi,
    We are considering moving from being just a reseller to operating our own server.
    Just wondering if anyone has written a difinitive guide to establishing a complete webhosting operation that covers hardware set up and CPanel setup issues in the real world etc.
    Know most of this is knowledge learnt through experience and the WHM/CPanel documentation is good, but a guide written by someone who has been through the ropes would be a handy thing to read.
    Does anyone know of anything like this anywhere?

    Thanx

    P.S. I apologise if this post is in the wrong spot.
     
  2. itf

    itf Well-Known Member

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    [quote:f25fa5285d][i:f25fa5285d]Originally posted by HappyPappy[/i:f25fa5285d]

    Hi,
    We are considering moving from being just a reseller to operating our own server.
    Just wondering if anyone has written a difinitive guide to establishing a complete webhosting operation that covers hardware set up and CPanel setup issues in the real world etc.
    Know most of this is knowledge learnt through experience and the WHM/CPanel documentation is good, but a guide written by someone who has been through the ropes would be a handy thing to read.
    Does anyone know of anything like this anywhere?

    Thanx

    P.S. I apologise if this post is in the wrong spot.[/quote:f25fa5285d]
    Go to this page
    http://forums.cpanel.net/search.php

    And search by user name
    In &Search username:& field enter & itf &

    I have written most of step by step instructions

    But if you want to handle a network or a system you have to become a System Administrator

    If you want to see how deep the rabbit hole goes IT is a technology and there are some specific curriculum degrees such as Information technology, IT business, IT management and ...
     
  3. HappyPappy

    HappyPappy Active Member

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    Thanks

    Thanks itf, appreciate your post.
     
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