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cpanel

  1. How to integrate litespeed with WHM/Cpanel

    Follow the steps below to install Litespeed as a cPanel Plugin. This would help you to install, configure and manage LiteSpeed from the WHM itself. 1) Login to your cpanel server as root user and then use below commands to download plugin. # cd /usr/local/src # curl http://www.litespeedtech.com/packages/cpanel/lsws_whm_plugin_install.sh | sh 2) Log-in to WHM panel wtih root user & you should see “Litespeed Web Server” menu under “Plugins” menu. 3) Click ‘Install LiteSpeed’ and let it run through the installation procedure, which is completely automated. 4) Upload the trial license key file which...
  2. How To Secure cPanel After Install

    Secure cPanel Introduction This guide is intended to give some basic steps to Secure cPanel after the initial installation. Please see our Initial Setup Guide if you have not already completed it. Tweak cPanel Settings Under Main » Server Configuration » Tweak Settings, enable (E) or disable (D) the following options: Prevent users from parking/adding on common internet domains. (E) Attempt to prevent pop3 connection floods (E) Default catch-all/default address behavior for new accounts (Blackhole) Use jailshell as the default shell for all new accounts and modified accounts (E) Always redirect users to the...
  3. ImageMagick [Imagick] PHP Class Broken Or Fails To Install

    Introduction to Imagick Some versions of CentOS (including the most recent 5.5) have an issue with a buggy 6.4.8 RPM version of ImageMagick. This version prevents the Imagick PHP class from working properly, and also prevents the extension from being installed via PECL. If you are using this PHP class on your site, you will see an error something like: Fatal error: Class 'Imagick' not found in /home/user/public_html/file.php on line 92 When trying to install via PECL, the error will be: ... make: *** [imagick_helpers.lo]...
  4. How To Change Your Hostname

    Change the hostname line in /etc/sysconfig/network to the hostname you want (this file may be different on FreeBSd and others). Your hostname should be something prefixing a domain you own (this is referred to as a fully qualified domain name, FQDN), so server1.yourdomain.com for example, not just yourdomain.com. Changing it in that file ensure that your hostname gets set each time networking starts, however you'd need to restart networking for it to get set in the current session with just that changed. This is...
  5. How To Install mod_python For Apache Under cPanel

    To begin, let's grab the latest version of mod_python. We will need to get the SVN version of mod_python as the last previous versioned release has a problem compiling on RHEL5-based systems. Since cPanel servers do not come with Subversion installed by default, we'll need to satisfy that pre-requisite first. Due to cPanel building Perl modules from source, we will be unable to install Subversion via Yum and must do so from source. yum -y...