Separate names with a comma.
yum install telnet
There should not be any SSL keys in that directory. In our servers I see a file named httpupdate.cpanel.net in those directories.
Owner and group...
We had the same problem, fixed it like this:
Open the latest update log in /var/cpanel/updatelogs/
In that file see the last line (before...
You don't have to, cPanel uses those setting by default.
Go to WHM-> Server Configuration -> Configure cPanel Cron Jobs
and change upcp to run weekly.
Short answer: yes.
In public_html 750 does not work if both user & group are CPANELUSERNANE, group must be the user Apache is using, i.e. nobody.
AFAIK the correct permissions of the public_html directory is 750,
and the correct user:group is CPANELUSERNAME nobody.
Correct, that does not exist in DNSonly WHM.
If you run
you see that "tproxy" means port 8081.
See in file /etc/services
In ConfigServer Services Blog | Product releases, updates and general commentary they say:
"New csf v6.41
How about "Specify which packages RESELLERUSERNAME can use for account creation."
in WHM -> Resellers -> Edit Reseller Nameservers and Privileges ?
You don't "assign a domain to the root WHM", your VPS has a hostname, and you can use that to connect to your server and login.
By default the...
Your mySQL error log is from the same date, June 5. 2010.
Is your server's date & time correct?
The problem is exactly what you describe: "the certificate is not valid for the non-www domain."
Maybe this helps:
SPF: SPF Record Syntax
They will show up in there after you have configured your name servers correctly.
For more info read this:...
For my opinion you should NOT run any code that needs 777 permissions.
What do you mean by "captcha needs 777"?
You get that when you run EasyApache and enable Mod Security.