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How to Upgrade MySQL/MariaDB in WHM cPanel Server

cPanel server supports MySQL and MariaDB. In most cases MySQL and MariaDB are compatible, you will be fine with either

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How to install ClamAV on cPanel Server

ClamAV is a free open-source anti-virus software. On the Cpanel server, it can be used to scam emails and website

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How to install PHP 7.4 mcrypt module in Cpanel Server

mcrypt is a PHP module, that was DEPRECATED in PHP 7.1.0, and REMOVED in PHP 7.2.0. mcrypt is removed from

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How to prevent Symlink Attack on Cpanel Server

Symlink attack exploits the way Linux operating systems handle symbolic links (symlinks). A symlink is a pointer to another file

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WHM HTTP error 401 You do not have permission

When I access WHM of a server, I got the following error message This is because WHM access is disabled

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Enable WebSocket in Cpanel Server with Nginx

On a Cpanel server, WebSocket server was running on port 8080. It worked fine with HTTP. After enabling HTTPS, it

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Ubuntu Cpanel Can’t locate FindBin.pm in @INC

Cpanel control panel recently started supporting Ubuntu Operating System. Ubuntu support was announced after RedHat stopped supporting RHEL-based CentOS. When

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How to Increase size of /tmp on cpanel server

To increase the size of /tmp folder, first, stop monitoring services, so it won’t get auto started while we resize

How to install PHP ssh2 module in Cpanel Server

PHP ssh2 module allows you to connect to SSH servers. On Cpanel servers, this module is not available under EasyApache.

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Install Cpanel Control Panel

To install the Cpanel/WHM control panel, run the following command as user root. If you are installing on Ubuntu 20.04

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Set Time in Cpanel Server

In Cpanel Server, you can set Time Zone in WHM once you logged in as user root. If you have

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How To See Currently Running Processes in Cpanel/WHM Server

To see the currently running process on Cpanel/WHM server, log in to WHM. Search for “process” on the left-top corner