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Change FTP port cpanel

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol, it is a standard protocol used to transfer computer files from host to another over a network. We normally use any of the FTP clients to transfer files using this protocol over a TCP based network such as Internet. The FTP uses a port …

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Install CSF on server

CSF stands for Configserver Security and Firewall which is the most commonly used and popular firewall because it is very user friendly and it provides a cPanel interface to effectively make us of various features of it. CSF is most recommended in cPanel servers which are running without CSF. Installation NB: …

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Configure Filezilla

Filezilla is the most commonly used FTP client application through which file transfer between two hosts can be done very effectively. It is also an open source software distributed free of charge under the terms of the GNU General Public License. The steps to configure Filezilla are shown below. Download FileZilla …

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Reset DirectAdmin “admin” Password

The admin password for the DirectAdmin is stored in a file called setup.txt during the time of installation. You can find the password in this file if you haven’t changed the password. You can use either of the following commands to view the password. #less /usr/local/<em>directadmin</em>/scripts/setup.txt #cat&nbsp;/usr/local/<em>directadmin</em>/scripts/setup.txt You can look for a …

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Some useful Exim Commands

Here are some commonly used useful Exim commands.exim -bp &nbsp;- shows messages in queue exim -bpc&nbsp;- shows the no.of messages in queue exim -bP &nbsp;- shows the current configurations of exim exim -bV &nbsp;- shows the version and configuration file of exim exiwhat &nbsp; - Finding out what Exim processes …

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cPanel Log Files Location

The cPanel servers keep their log files in specific locations independent of what version of cPanel installed on them. This feature is very helpful when there is a need to check the log files regarding different services running on the cPanel server.  Apache As we all know, Apache is the …

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Invalid license key: Invalid cPanel login error

Sometimes when we login to our cPanel, we may get an error that says ‘Invalid license key: Invalid’ , the theme that you have for the cPanel might be the reason behind it or you may have to check this first as a part of troubleshooting. The default theme of …

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Accessing cPanel

Hi Guys, We can access the cPanel of our website in any of the following methods. Type-in https://IP-of-your-domain:2083 in the address bar of your favorite internet browser. You can also try accessing it       by type-in http://IP-of-your-domain:2082 for non-secure connections.Once your domain is propagated globally, you will be able to …

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Removing Database and User – MYSQL

In this post, we will discuss detailed information based on how to delete MySQL usernames and MySQL databases from your hosting account. Removing Privileged User from a database If you would like to remove a privileged user. We remove user privileged from a database. This you can easy develope and …

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