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  • How to Secure Login URL in Linux or cPanel?

    Posted at April 16, 2017 at 9:41 pm by Jithin

    For Content Management systems like WordPress and Joomla need more protection. We need to restrict the login URL from public access. This will prevent a large numbers of brute-force attempts. Additionally this will help the server's load.  This can be configured in different methods. Some of the methods are given below:   Setup IP restriction on htaccess Open .htaccess file and add the below code. # vi .htaccess <Files "file name"> Order Deny,Allow Deny from all All   [...]

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    Size of MySQL Databases Shown as 0MB in cPanel

    Posted at April 16, 2017 at 9:41 pm by Jithin

    Sometimes, when you log into cPanel, you’ll see non-empty MySQL databases showing 0MB as its size. Those databases actually contain tables and details, but the size is always shown as 0MB.     Steps to fix this issue from command line 1) Logon to server using SSH. 2) Reset the value of disk_usage_include_sqldbs from 0 to 1 in cPanel configuration file. # vi /var/cpanel/cpanel.config disk_usage_include_sqldbs=1 3) Run the script below to update the database cac   [...]

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    Error fix: Images are not loading on website

    Posted at April 16, 2017 at 9:41 pm by Jithin

    WordPress sites that are hosted in cPanel, will sometimes have images that are not loading after we have uploaded the images to the correct location. This is because both hotlink protection and mod security are enabled. To load the image, you need to add the ‘URL to allow access’ list found within Hotlink Protection. You should select the "Allow direct request" checkbox when you use hotlink protection. Hotlink protection prevents other websites from directly linking to files on your website.   [...]

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    Install qdPM – Free Web-Based Project Management Tool

    Posted at April 16, 2017 at 9:41 pm by Jithin

    qdPM is a project management tool. In this tutorial, we will see about qdPM in detail and how to install qdPM on your server.   What is qdPM The qdPM is a web based project management tool. It is designed to work well for a small team that will be working on multiple projects. With qdPM, one can manage projects, people, and their tasks easily. There is a ticketing system available with qdPM which will make customer interaction possible.   A Few Information The latest release    [...]

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    How to Limit Emails Per Hour in WHM?

    Posted at April 16, 2017 at 9:39 pm by Jithin

    In this tutorial, we are going to see how to set maximum number of emails that can be send from an account in an hour. With InterServer, you could send up to 200 emails per hour. Have you ever wondered why there is a limit on sending emails? Sending a huge number of emails may be seen as spamming and can ruin the email reputation. If the email reputation is poor, some servers will even refuse to receive emails from your server and the emails will be bounced back. To avoid these type of issues   [...]

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    Two-Factor Authentication for cPanel

    Posted at April 16, 2017 at 9:39 pm by Jithin

    cPanel is a Linux-based control panel and the most widely used and popular control panel on webhosting industry. The interface of cPanel is easy to use and supports IPv6 and multi-server management. Due to it's popularity, cPanel has more security features. The Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is an important security feature of cPanel. Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is an extra layer security feature for cPanel designed to ensure that you are the only person who can access your cPanel account,    [...]

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    cPanel Icon Missing From WHM List Accounts.

    Posted at March 30, 2017 at 10:45 pm by Jithin

    In this documentation, we will cover the issue regarding cPanel icon missing from WHM ‘List Accounts’.  The image below is a perfect example     To fix this issue, please follow the steps given below. 1) Login to WHM. 2) Click on the icon ‘Server Configuration’.   3) Click on ‘Tweak Settings’.   4) Select ‘System’ button.   5) Find the option " Accounts that can access a cPanel user account". Select ‘Roo   [...]

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    WHM List Account Option Shows 0 Disk Usage For cPanel Accounts

    Posted at March 30, 2017 at 10:45 pm by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can discuss about how to resolve the issue regarding when we tried to list the cPanel accounts in WHM ‘List Accounts’ option, the ‘Disk Used’ portion shows disk usage as 0 for all users.   To resolve this issue, please follow the below given steps. 1) For a VPS run fixquotas script. Use the below command for this. $ /script/fixquotas This script will fix the issue. But in some cases, when we run that script we receive an output like this: $    [...]

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    How to Set max_input _vars for Domain in cPanel

    Posted at March 30, 2017 at 10:44 pm by Jithin

    PHP obtains input variables from cookies enabled on the page and from GET and POST requests. By default, PHP scripts are allowed to take only 1000 input variables. However, for many applications we need to increase this variable. This article provides the steps to increase the max_input _vars within cPanel. For this, please follow the below given steps.   1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Navigate to the ‘Software’ section.   3) Click on the icon ‘MultiPHP    [...]

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    How to Enable/Disable Webalizer Stats on cPanel Server

    Posted at March 30, 2017 at 10:44 pm by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can check learn to enable/disable webalizer stats on a cPanel server Webalizer is an application that gives information about your web traffic. It helps to identify daily traffic statistics, top countries visiting your website, and hourly statistics.   Enable Webalizer for all domains on a cPanel server 1) Login to your WHM interface. 2) Click on the icon ‘Server Configuration’.   3) Click ‘Tweak Settings’.   4) Then selec   [...]

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    How to Correct Image Links After WordPress Migration

    Posted at March 30, 2017 at 10:44 pm by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can learn how to correct image links after migrating WordPress sites. After migrating a WordPress website, we need to update the URLS for images within your pages and posts. If you simply change the site url, it will not fix this problem 1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Select the icon ‘phpMyAdmin’ under the ‘Database’ category.   3) After selecting phpMyAdmin page, find your newly added database, and click on the database.     [...]

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    How to Enable Temporary URL in WHM?

    Posted at March 30, 2017 at 10:43 pm by Jithin

    The temporary URL is used when the domain is in DNS propagation period. If you have just migrated your website from a different hosting provider, you may need to enable a temporary URL to verify if your site works before switching nameservers.  Apache’s mod_userdir allows users to view their sites by entering their server hostname followed by a tilde (~) and the website owner’s username. (Example: http://servername.com/~username.)   To enable temporary URL, do the following st   [...]

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    Change Primary Domain Document Root in cPanel/WHM

    Posted at March 4, 2017 at 12:26 am by Jithin

    The cPanel accounts are created using a primary domain. All primary domains on the hosting account use "public_html" directory for all its website files and data. The sub-directories inside the public_html directory is occupied by the addon domains. The primary domain can also be setup to use a sub-directory inside public_html directory instead of public_html itself. Follow the below steps to change the document root of your primary domain in cPanel account. Please note that, you will need to ha   [...]

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    How to Change MX Record to Local MX in cPanel?

    Posted at March 4, 2017 at 12:26 am by Jithin

    We can change remote mx record to local mx record via WHM. That way, we can we can use cPanel webmail as our mail account instead of google applications. 1) Login to WHM. 2) Click the icon ‘DNS Functions’.   3) Click on ‘Edit DNS Zone’ icon.   4) Select the account you want to edit DNS record. Then click on the ‘Edit’ button.   5) Set MX record and point it to your IP address.   6) Select ‘Local Mail Exchanger’ fro   [...]

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    How to Backup and Restore Emails in Roundcube

    Posted at March 4, 2017 at 12:26 am by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can check how to backup and restore emails in Roundcube In cPanel, it is possible to backup your emails using both web interfaces - Roundcube or Horde. In this documentation, we can discuss about how to backup and restore emails in Roundcube web interface. Use the following link to access cPanel webmail. http://youromain.com/webmail If you want to backup the whole folder or account, we recommend to use Horde web interface. Roundcube does not provide convenient fun   [...]

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    Update Contact Information and Preferences in cPanel

    Posted at March 4, 2017 at 12:26 am by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can discuss about the basic steps involved in updating your cPanel contact information and preferences. CPanel requires that you use an email address where you can be reached for important system notifications like disk quota warning, change of preferences, external logging, password changes, and more. Follow the steps below to update your contact information and preferences. 1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Click on the icon ‘Contact Information’ from   [...]

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    How to Backup and Restore Emails in Horde

    Posted at March 4, 2017 at 12:26 am by Jithin

    In this tutorial, we can check how to backup and restore emails in Horde. In cPanel, it is possible to backup your emails using both web interfaces - Roundcube or Horde. If you want to backup the whole folder or account, Horde is the best option. Roundcube does not provide the same convenient functionality to download many emails at once. In this documentation, we can discuss about how to backup and restore emails in Horde web interface. You can use the following link to access the cPanel    [...]

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    How to Change Primary Language in cPanel

    Posted at March 4, 2017 at 12:25 am by Jithin

    In this tutorial, we can discuss how to change the primary language of your cPanel interface. To perform this, follow the steps below. 1)  Login to your cPanel interface. 2)  Go to the section ‘PREFERENCES’.   3) Click on the icon ‘Change Language’.   4) Select the preferred language from the drop down box.   5) After selecting the language click on the ‘Change’ button.   6) Your primary language has been changed and   [...]

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    How to Find What is Using Most of the Disk Space in Linux

    Posted at March 4, 2017 at 12:25 am by Jithin

    In this tutorial, we can check how to find what is using most of the disk space in Linux Server. If you notice that you are unable to access your cPanel/WHM, Webmail and your websites are loading slowly, your server may be running out of disk space. Disk space is one of the most important server resource which should be monitored and maintained regularly for good server health. You may see the following error when accessing your cPanel/WHM/Webmail. Sorry for the inconvenience! The filesys   [...]

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    How to Install CloudLinux OS on CentOS Server with cPanel

    Posted at March 4, 2017 at 12:25 am by Jithin

    In this tutorial, we can check how to install CloudLinux OS on CentOS Server with cPanel. CloudLinux CloudLinux was released to the market in 2010. Today, it is a must-have for any web host who cares about stability, security, and churn. It is used by more than 2,000 hosting companies on 20,000+ servers. It was specifically optimized for shared hosting as it isolates each customer into a separate “Lightweight Virtualized Environment” (LVE).  Web hosts that use CloudLinux report higher   [...]

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    How to change Apache Port Number on a cPanel Server

    Posted at February 27, 2017 at 6:49 pm by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can learn how to change Apache Port Number on a cPanel Server. Apache is a widely-used web server that is distributed under "open source" license. By default, Apache uses port 80 and secure port 443. You can change the port through WHM or from the cli. Follow the below Steps to change Apache port number through WHM. 1) Login to WHM through https://yourserverIP:2087 2) Go to 'Tweak Settings'.   3) Click on ‘System’ under ‘Tweak settings’.    [...]

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    How to migrate emails using IMAP Copy?

    Posted at February 27, 2017 at 6:49 pm by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can learn how to migrate emails using IMAP Copy. What is IMAP Copy IMAP Copy is a method used in website migration. To understand what IMAP Copy is, we need to know the steps that take place during a website migration. Let's see an overview of the website migration.   Steps in Website migration Many websites use control panels for management. A control panel will allow the owner to manage the website and associated settings easily. cPanel, Plesk, and Direc   [...]

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    Transfer SSL certificate with cPanel/WHM

    Posted at February 27, 2017 at 6:48 pm by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can check how to Transfer SSL certificates with cPanel/WHM. There are various type of transfers on servers. Sometimes we may need to migrate a website from a server to another server. Sometimes, we may need to transfer all the accounts associated with a re-seller account. There can be also occasions where we will do a whole server to server migration. Have you ever thought about migrating your SSL certificate stored on a server to another server? We can migrate the SSL ce   [...]

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    How to Secure /tmp Directory

    Posted at February 27, 2017 at 6:48 pm by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can check how to secure /tmp directory. Securing or hardening tmp involves a large role in securing your server from external attacks. All applications use /tmp directory to store the data temporarily. There is a chance to attack the server using Trojans if it's not secured properly. Temp hardening restricts all activities on /tmp. This prevents the attacker from executing code within the /tmp folder. The hacker tries to inject malicious scripts into /tmp folder through th   [...]

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    Tomcat Installation and Configuration in cPanel

    Posted at February 27, 2017 at 6:44 pm by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can check the Tomcat installation and configuration in cPanel What is apache tomcat Apache Tomcat is an open-source Java Servlet Container that is developed by Apache Software Foundation (ASP). It makes our Java applications run on a server. Apache tomcat is configured on the port 8080. Also, tomcat acts like a development server on your desktop to use for testing building applications that uses servlets/JSP or other Java based dynamic web technologies. EasyApache 4 doe   [...]

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    Zamfoo: cPanel plugin for multi-level reselling

    Posted at February 27, 2017 at 6:43 pm by Jithin

    In this tutorial, we are going to discuss "Zamfoo"- a cPanel plugin for multi-level reselling environment.  Zamfoo is a popular 3rd party sub-reseller plugin for cPanel/WHM and it extends the capabilities of WHM. It also adds up to extra 3 additional levels of sub-resellers  for WHM. Since Zamfoo is a licensed plugin, you will have to purchase the license from their website and they provide the license key. It is a series of WHM addon modules (WHM plugin modules) which is helps to ease the bur   [...]

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    PhpWiki : Steps to Install and Setup

    Posted at February 27, 2017 at 6:42 pm by Jithin

    PhpWiki is a free open source web-based wiki software application. It was the first wiki written in PHP and is used to edit and format books for publication. It is a scalable software and a feature-rich wiki implementation which uses PHP to process and display data stored in a database, such as MySQL or MariaDB. It is a content managing system where any one can edit or delete the pages using a web browser distributed under GNU General Public License version 2.0 (GPLv2).   Server Requireme   [...]

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    CloudFlare: cPanel plugin Installation Guide

    Posted at February 27, 2017 at 6:42 pm by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can check how to install CloudFlare cPanel Plugin. CloudFlare is a commercial content delivery network which has integrated distributed denial of service(DDoS) defense mechanism. CloudFlare increases performance and security. A website that utilizes CloudFlare loads twice as fast than others. In this documentation, we are going to address how to install this plugin in cPanel and configure it.   CloudFlare Installation Instructions Before we proceed to install Cl   [...]

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    How to Install Zen Cart from Softaculous?

    Posted at February 1, 2017 at 5:45 pm by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can check how to install Zen Cart from Softaculous.   1) Login to cPanel. 2) Go to ‘Softaculous Apps Installer’ from the section ‘Software’.   3) Select the icon ‘Zen Cart’ from the section ‘E-Commerce’.   4) Click the button ‘Install’.   5) Enter the ‘Software Setup’ and ‘Store Settings’ details.   6) Enter the ‘Admin Account’ details and click the button ‘Instal   [...]

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    404 Error Page When Logging Into WordPress Admin Page

    Posted at February 1, 2017 at 5:38 pm by Jithin

    When you get 404 error page while accessing wp-admin page, you may need to update your site url in the database. Follow the below steps to change your site url from cPanel.   1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Click on the icon ‘phpMyAdmin’ from ‘Databases’ section.   3) Select your WordPress database from the phpMyAdmin panel.   4) Go to the table ‘wp_options’ and click on the ‘Browse’ option.   5) Find the option ‘   [...]

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    Prevent cpanellogd and cpbackup running at the same time

    Posted at January 28, 2017 at 11:35 am by Jithin

    Cpanellogd and cpbackup consumes lots of CPU power of server so it is not advisable to run at the same time. You can prevent cpanellogd and cpbackup running at the same time.   1) Login to WHM. 2) Select the icon ‘Server Configuration’.   3) Click the option ‘Statistics Software Configuration’.   4) Click on ‘Configure Statistic Process Time Schedule’ button.   5) Select checkbox ‘prevent cpanellogd (log processing) and cpb   [...]

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    What is Sendmail? Sendmail Configuration and Details

    Posted at January 28, 2017 at 11:34 am by Jithin

    Have you ever heard about Sendmail? If you are running a cPanel website, you should be familiar with the Exim and you may know how Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) works. As cPanel has become the most popular control panel,  Exim has become the popular MTA. cPanel has Exim as the default MTA. Even for those who don't use a control panel will compile Exim as their mail server. There exist other Mail Transfer Agents in the web hosting industry. Sendmail is an MTA just like Exim, and is the most popular    [...]

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    In this tutorial we will learn about "Engintron" - which is a cPanel plugin for installing Nginx web server as a reverse proxy. Why Reverse Proxy By default, cPanel uses the Apache webserver to serve websites. Apache currently reigns as the best server for websites. The reasons for apache server’s popularity is well documented. Apache’s power and the ability to serve Perl and Python. However, Apache servers carries some drawbacks. Apache contains high memory footage. Nginx is another p   [...]

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    How to Clear Default Mail Account in a cPanel Server

    Posted at December 23, 2016 at 12:20 pm by Jithin

    Default mail account In every cPanel server, we can find a default mail account in the name of cPanel username. The default mail account is not used for normal mailing purposes. All the notification mails from the server are forwarded to this default mail account. cPanel also routes mails sent to the non-existing email accounts at your domain name to the default mail account if catch-all feature is enabled. For example, if your default mail account is vasco@demoserver.com and someone emails a   [...]

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    How To Fix 403 Forbidden Error?

    Posted at December 23, 2016 at 12:19 pm by Jithin

    Have you ever lead to a page saying 403 forbidden error while navigating through the webpages? What is this error and why does it displays? We will see why 403 errors occur and how can we troubleshoot this error. There can be many various reasons behind this error.   What is a 403 Forbidden error The 403 is an http status code. It is provided by the web server to a client as a response to the client's request. This error says that the server could understand the request from the c   [...]

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    The Best Web Hosting Control Panels – Overview

    Posted at December 23, 2016 at 12:19 pm by Jithin

    Web hosting control panels provide a web-based interface for managing hosted services in a single place. There are some common features for all control panels which include, FTP management, database management, email management etc.   Overview of some Top Control Panels 1) cPanel cPanel is the most popular and widely used control panel. cPanel interface is easy to use and it also support IPv6 support and multi-server management. cPanel is compactable with Linux only. &nbs   [...]

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    What is TailWatchd? Details and Working

    Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:38 am by Jithin

    What is TailWatchd The tailwatchd is a newer concept in the history of cPanel. As the name explains, it is used to monitor the logs. Why should it be used? What are the functions of tailwatchd? What are the previous substitutions for the daemon? In this documentation, we are going to see the benefits of the tailwatchd.  It is used to process the logs. The tailwatchd keeps monitoring a log file for certain activities. Based on these activities, it takes the necessary action. In older days, th   [...]

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    How to Reset WordPress Password?

    Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:37 am by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can learn how to reset WordPress password. Have you ever lost your WordPress admin password? Do you know how to reset the password in case you don't have access to the WordPress dashboard? There is an option "Forgot Password" in the WordPress admin login screen. You can simply reset it by clicking on the link and following the instructions. Suppose someone had intruded into your WordPress installation and reset the password and changed the email address so that the passwor   [...]

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    Install YetiForce using Softaculous in cPanel

    Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:37 am by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can learn how to install YetiForce using Softaculous in cPanel. YetiForce is an advanced CRM (Customer Relationship Management) class system that helps with customer relations.   Installing YetiForce from softaculous The installation of YetiForce is similar to the one in other systems, e.g. Joomla, WordPress, SugarCRM. 1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Go to the section ‘Softaculous Apps Installer’.   3) Click the icon "YETIFORC   [...]

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    Install MyBB using Softaculous in cPanel

    Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:36 am by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can check how to install MyBB using Softaculous.   1) Login to your cPanel admin panel. 2) Go to ‘Softaculous Apps Installer.     3) Click on the icon 'MyBB'.   4) Click the option ‘Install’.   5) Enter the ‘Software Setup’ and ‘Board Settings’ details.   6) Enter the ‘Admin Account’ details and click the ‘Install’ button.   If you need any further assi   [...]

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    Install CubeCart using Softaculous in cPanel

    Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:36 am by Jithin

    In this documentation, we can check how to install CubeCart using Softaculous.   1) Login to your cPanel admin panel. 2) Go to ‘Softaculous Apps Installer’.   3) Click the icon ‘cubecart’.   4) Click the option ‘Install’.   5) Enter the ‘Software Setup’ and ‘Board Settings’ details.   6) Enter the ‘Admin Account’ details and click ‘Install’ button.   If you need any further assist   [...]

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    Install Dolphin using Softaculous in cPanel

    Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:30 am by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can learn how to install Dolphin using Softaculous in cPanel. Dolphin is the world's most advanced community software. Open-source, independent, downloadable, scalable, and free software for building social networks, and web-communities.   Installing Dolphin from Softaculous The installation of Dolphin similar to the one in other systems, e.g. Joomla, WordPress, SugarCRM.   1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Select ‘Softaculous Apps Install   [...]

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    How to install cPanel/WHM on CentOS 7

    Posted at December 13, 2016 at 11:30 am by Jithin

    In this tutorial we can check how to install cPanel on a CentOS 7 server. Before installing cPanel onto the server perl must be installed. For that, login as root and run the given below command: yum install perl -y The next step is to set a host-name for the server. The host-name must be a full qualified domain name. For example: server.example.com hostname server.example.com It is to be noted that the hostname setup must be owned by the user. Next change the directory to /home, to    [...]

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    How to Repair Databases in cPanel

    Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:44 pm by Jithin

    When the website gets the following error we do have a provision to check and repair database in cPanel. 1) cpaneluser_database is marked as crashed and needs to be repaired 2) Checking the database 3) Table attribute does not exist, 4) Supplied argument is not a valid If you are getting the above errors, please do the following steps to check and repair database in cPanel.   Checking the Database 1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Click on ‘MySQL Database’ ico   [...]

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    Steps to Install Softaculous in cPanel

    Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:43 pm by Jithin

    This tutorial will help you install Softaculous  in cPanel server. Softaculous is an auto installer for control panels such as cPanel and DirectAdmin. Softaculous is much faster and well designed for installing all scripts in just one step. It consists of a wide variety of applications such as e-commerce solutions, blogs, forums, and content management systems. Softaculous also includes an easy to use backup feature which allows anytime backup installation. Applications that are installed wi   [...]

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    Manage Keep-Alive settings in WHM

    Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:42 pm by Jithin

    Keep-Alive maintains the connection between client and the server. It is used to prevent the connection from intermittent breaking. For this please follow the below steps.   1) Login to your WHM interface. 2) Select the option ‘Service configuration’.   3) Click on the icon ‘Apache configuration’.   4) Click on ‘Global Configuration’.   5) Select the ‘on or off’ button to change the settings.   6) Click Sav   [...]

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    How to customize EasyApache4?

    Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:42 pm by Jithin

    In this documentation we can check how to customize EasyApache4 from WHM interface. You may be familiar with old EasyApache3 version which is actually going to become obsolete within the next two years. cPanel will recommend us to upgrade to EasyApache4. EasyApache4 is very different from its predecessor, containing more features and a new user interface. We will walk you through the steps to customize an EasyApache4 profile. To access the EasyApache4 customization page, go to  WHM »    [...]

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    How to install PHP 5.2 in the latest cPanel Server?

    Posted at November 29, 2016 at 1:42 pm by Jithin

    In this documentation we can check how to install PHP 5.2 in latest cPanel Server. Before we start, let us warn you that it is not recommended to run older, depreciated PHP versions in a production server. It will cause lot of security issues. You may need this version for some old applications or custom programs. However, if you decide to take this course of action you are responsible for the risk you take. We do not support this issue. If you are running the latest cPanel, you won't be a   [...]

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    How to Disable Directory Listing in cPanel

    Posted at November 11, 2016 at 1:05 pm by Jithin

    You can customize the directory settings of a website. By default, cPanel lists all the files and directories of the website. You can also disable directory listing of the website by choosing No indexes.   Method1 1) Login to your cPanel interface. 2) Click the icon ‘Indexes’ under ‘ADVANCED’ category.   3) Select the directory for which you want to change the index settings. 4) A new window will open and here you can click ‘No Indexing’ option to d   [...]

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    How to Migrate Email from cPanel to cPanel

    Posted at November 11, 2016 at 1:05 pm by Jithin

    When transferring accounts between servers, transferring of email accounts is quite different. Transferring data from one server to another is technically called migration even if it is full website or email accounts or databases. When you perform a full website migration of a cPanel account, you do not need to migrate the emails manually. The cPanel transfer will migrate the email accounts also. As we know, there can be DNS propagation after a DNS change when you migrate your website. In the DN   [...]

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