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what do you get when you browse your domain via the browser?
looks like you are missing one of the perl module as in the message "Cpanel/Class/Meta/Class.pm", install the perl module and try to install the RoR
Not seeing the issues on the recent latest release of the cPanel. What do you get when you run /scripts/pkgacct cPanelusername in SSH?
you may try check the options of remove domlogs after stats runs at the WHM which will have cPanel auto delete the domain's domlogs after the...
if you are running DNS cluster, it is very normal to see all the zones files from all your server shows up in every server in the cluster
probably the email account is not fully converted to the maildir, try run /scripts/convert2maildir and select option 3
i havent have a try but I believe this should work well with cPanel;)
if SA is enabled globally, you will not be able to turn this off per account.
create your index page and place it at the root directory of cpanel3-skel/public_html folder. If you are a reseller, you may upload it to your...
www is actually a symlink to the public_html folder, you may remove the symlink if wish to
you can see the bandwidth used by the domains via their cPanel > Bandwidth > at the bottom of the page, you may click their domain name which will...
"Copy multiple accounts from another server" will be your choice. you will need to enter your SSH details for the Redhat box on your Centos box...
What's the DNS error messages that pops up?
you may download an application namely as WinSCP which allow you to connect through SSH protocol to perform the FTP uploading and downloading
basically it will just drop the connection, for http, you will be seeing it logs on the log files.
check your dmesg and boot log files for some possible clues
your index.html page looks to have been exploited. Login via FTP or as root user to check your index.html page.
You may try with the PoP Retrieval which is available from the Horde web mail.
are you referring to Python?