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Problem uploading files on file manager

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wednesdaychat, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. wednesdaychat

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    i have unmanage vps and whm


    so my problem is i can upload on my cpanel file manager but it doesnt show up

    when i try to upload any files its just keep indicating Starting upload... after 100% its done


    how can i fix it ?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    What browser are you using, and do you have another you can try uploading from to see if the problem is browser related?
     
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    it work now but on different way i forgot what its called but its another option on cpanel like file manager, i cant tell now cos another problem again :( i cant access my whm now i get this error

    In order to access the interface, you will need to make sure that the software license on this server is active and installed.

    Your license could not be activated because:

    Cannot Read License File
    First, go to License Verification - cPanel Inc. and enter the public IP address of this server to make sure it is licensed.
    If licensed, try running /usr/local/cpanel/cpkeyclt from the command line as root.
    You'll also need to make sure that port 80 is open to contact our license server and that your server's hostname is a FQDN.

    I always get this problem like once a month can anyone tell me a step by step fixing this ?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Sure thing, please send an email to cs@cpanel.net and they'll get you sorted out.
     
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