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  1. malcomhfc

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    Hi, I have installed cpanel + whm on my vps. I have attempted to install cPanel a number of times, each on a fresh copy of CentOS 6. However i have an issue when i try to access the WHM panel.

    the address is: 173.236.6.222.

    I have raised the issue with my provider and they got back to me saying the install did not complete and so the re-initiated the install on a fresh copy of CentOS 6. Due to the vps being unmanaged they can only assist me so far before leaving it in my hands.

    I have tryed a force update over ssh which completes but no change and i have had a quick look over the logs. One log in particular seems to have something that may help but i am not sure:

    /var/log/messages

    Can anyone please help me resolve the issue(s)?

    Thanks for any assistance,

    Rk
     
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    Thank you for the quick reply.

    I have tried turning off the firewall but no difference. I am really not sure what the issue could be. Sorry.

    possible issue:

     
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    cPanel will install their software on your server for you, that support is only a ticket away.
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    Of course, since this one may or may not have been installed properly, you might do best to get it reloaded and then open a ticket to cPanel and give them your root login details so they can complete the installation for you as quickly as possible.

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    Have you tried stopping iptables (if its running) ?

    Make sure to disbale selinux.

    Make sure the following is set.

    If this is not working open a ticket with cPanel and they will be able to assist you on this.

    Cheers!!!
     
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