My repo was setup using cPanel Git™ Version Control. Problem (though minor) - the cPanel Terminal prompt always starts one level higher than the actual repo.
When i was setting up the repo it asked me where i should set the repo and i specified 'public_html' where it can correctly be seen with...
cPanel don't open after I updated cPanel Web Services Configuration TLS/SSL Protocols.
I just wants to configure TLS1.2 so I updated this field wrongly and WHM not works anymore.
Here is changed value:
What are all the folders and files in here for latest WHM and Centos 7.7?
are what I have.
Can I delete all but cpanel3-skel? Just want to clean up a little bit.
The terminal interface SSH is very slowly.
The system have not a heavy load, the network isn't busy, no proxys.
The resolver is using the resolver IPs from data center.
If I type something into the terminal interface, it have a delayed time of some milliseconds.
It is like in slow motion.
I have an odd issue in which I am not seeing the command prompt or server name. Will running a reset command reset that terminal the same way as if i'm ssh'd in?
any other thoughts or options? maybe force a upcp?
Security Advisor warns me that "SSH direct root logins are permitted" and recommends that I change the /etc/ssh/sshd-config parameter PermitRootLogin to "no".
If I do that will I still be able to log into root using the WHM feature "Terminal" that is listed under "Server Configuration" ?
Hi, I have the following question: how can I activate the section called "Terminal" in WHM?
This is located at: HOME >> Server Configuration >> Terminal
(Attachment capture showing one of the servers)
I see that only one of the servers has this section enabled, I have been reviewing WHM but I...
Very cool with the new terminal feature in cPanel that allows users to use terminal directly from their cPanel account.
What really makes me worried, is the fact that users can "cd" all the way up to the root of the server and browse "dev" and "etc" folders and so on..
I believe this is a...
I have a problem viewing the module: Terminal on CPANEL.
some accounts create on my server do not have access to this topic.
This can happen on a domain added to a reseller account (the main domain of the reseller account does not have this options too).
In the "Feature Manager" section...
I have some dedicated servers running CentOS 6 and 7, some with Cloudlinux and not issues with the Terminal function on WHM as root (WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Terminal)
But on servers running Virtuozzo or KVM the same function not show.
This function: Terminal in WHM -...
At first, sorry about my English.
I have 2 server and they running cPanel.
One of them version is 74.0.10 other below 72 I guess 68.xx.xx.
In 72 and above we can running the "Terminal" so I was try to update my server WHM from 68.xx.xx to 76.0.4. After update, I was rebooted. After...
Hello, our webhost directed us here since he was out of ideas as well, so let me try to sum up what is happening.
If you need anything else, please let me know.
So, the issue arises using composer from within cpanel terminal
It not happens via whm terminal and using 'su user' to execute the...
I need to access the terminal to update curl on my CentOS distribution. However, I cannot locate the terminal in WHM, and do not have root access from my cPanel user account.
According to the docs, the terminal should be located in Home > Server Configuration, but I do not see it.
I have tried...
I understand how convenient is the WHM/cPanel Terminal. However, we need to disable it.
The cPanel/WHM Terminal feature bypasses security restrictions such as requiring SU to login, IP Restrictions on Port 22.
You must see the security implications of having Terminal enabled on the root WHM...