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Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by malioxha, Nov 21, 2015.

  1. malioxha

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    after installation of jailshell mod_ruid2 & php- suhosin in CentOS 7
    i can't open /panel anymore or /username or /~username
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    my mod_userdir
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    how to fix this :/ please ?!
     
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    Nothing in those images of any value and so were removed.
     
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    Okay. and i'm sorry for wrong category.
    any suggestion how to fix this problem ?!
     
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    How did you install, exactly? Assuming Easy Apache, but worth asking.
     
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    i have follow those steps

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    and now in Configure PHP and suEXEC
    Apache suEXEC > is ON
    Apache Ruid2 > is ON
    JailShell In Tweak Settings Is ON.
     
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    Please attach any needed images to your posts. Nothing special in those images, they show you followed the instructions posted here:
    Apache Module: ModRuid2 - EasyApache - cPanel Documentation

    On that page of Documentation for this it states:
    mod_userdir is listed there.

    I found this Feature Request you might like to vote for:
    Enable mod_userdir when using mod_ruid2
     
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    you can close this post i find it , panel is
    cpanel.mysite.com
     
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    and one simple question
    how to protect /etc/passwd
    and /etc/named.conf
    from hackers :/ ?
     
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    Dear sir :) I'm not interested How to Protect My Root Login. Because i have set up security for root is needed a private key to login as root.
    So if you are a really support for this , can you suggest me a tutorial how to protect my server files like /etc/passwd
    /etc/named.conf , i have try to chmod those but if i chmod i will get some errors, as like , i can't open file manager on my web browser .
    so if you are a sales support. forgive me for these questions.
     
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