- Apr 11, 2011
Feel free to create a new thread here if you want to give it another go and have any questions about the installation/configuration process with CSF. While it's not an application we directly support or develop, it's widely used by cPanel administrators so you're likely to receive some good feedback/assistance.Yea that one. It made no sense to me. My provider has a firewall but apparently it's not much cop.
You'd use "cd /etc" in the above example. Or, just define the path when editing the file using your preferred command line text editor. EX:
Getting Started with Linux Commands - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation
For help using the "vi" editor, here's a useful third-party resource:
How to Use the vi Editor
Once you've made your changes, restart MySQL to activate them:
cp -a /etc/my.cnf /etc/my.cnf.backup1