cboy676

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Hey all,
So today, I downloaded cPanel, Try to register a trial for the ip:
216.245.206.104
and i get an error, Can someone help me?

Cboy676
- LiteSpeed Networks

EDIT:
Error is
Account #: 180950
Order Id: 344058

Test License Summary

216.245.206.104 cannot be activated as a test license because too many test licenses were activated in this ip space.


This is a BRAND new vps, So i do not know why it would say this -.-
 

JaredR.

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Please contact customer service

If you encounter any problems with the installation itself, I recommend submitting a ticket so that we may log into the server and investigate directly. Installation issues can usually be solved more efficiently via a ticket than via forums where we do not have direct access to the server.

For assistance with the license issue, please contact our customer service department at [email protected]. Activating a license for your server will require manual intervention by customer service.
 

cboy676

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Thanks,
Brenda @ Live Support helped me with this,
My vps company is installing it right now.
What is the linux command to start httpd?

Cboy676
 

JaredR.

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Init script

On a Red Hat or CentOS server, the normal way to start, stop or restart Apache httpd is by using the init script:

Code:
# /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd start
Valid arguments include start, stop, restart and status.

You may sometimes see service httpd used instead of /etc/rc.d/init.d. service is an alias to the init scripts that is present on most recent installations of Red Hat and CentOS. It is good to remember that it is an alias, however, and the actual init scripts are in /etc/rc.d/init.d. Even though it takes a little more typing, I prefer to use the full path so that I know I will not encounter any issues with the service alias.

That said, while you can use the above method to control Apache, cPanel also provides its own script for restarting Apache:

Code:
# /scripts/restartsrv_httpd
This is the script that is called in the WebHost Manager when you click Main >> Restart Services >> HTTP Server (Apache).

If you are new to the WebHost Manager and cPanel, you may want to review our documentation. Our WHM documentation is available here:

cPanel Installation Guide
WHM User Guide

Documentation for cPanel, the end-user interface, is available here:

cPanel User Guide
 

cboy676

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Okay, I just used the start service httpd command,
Can anyone reach /http://216.245.206.104
on the ports?