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Install Fantastico on cPanel/WHM

Fantastico Deluxe or Fantastico F3 (the new name) is a great product from Netemberg. With a fast installation it allows you to have a great and simple way to install applications with just a few clicks, without touching a single line of code. On this tutorial we will show you how to install Fantastico Deluxe on cPanel/WHM servers….

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How to find Bind version using Dig

By default BIND DNS server always reveals the version number. While this is not a security hole by itself, it’s the first point that a potential attacker will try to find out, the version number of your software and from that point he will try to find exploits for that version. That’s why today you will learn two…

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Set default charset for one cPanel account

Sometimes the text in our website has been placed on pages using different charsets than the standart one (UTF-8, generally), this can lead into issues while loading special characters for Spanish, Portuguese and other languages different than english. For those times you may need to tweak out the Apache default charset. The default charset for Apache can be…

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Move accounts from /home to /home2 on cPanel

Sometimes the available disk space on the root or /home partition can be at the limit, and on those cases you will need to delete old content, old backups or move accounts/domains from /home to another partition with more available disk space. How can I move accounts from /home to /home2 or another partition? On WHM there is…

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How to Install Perl modules on cPanel

Install Perl modules on cPanel from command line Sometimes system tools and apps require Perl modules to work, and if you are installing those apps on a cPanel server then you have an easy way to install Perl modules. It’s as simple as running this command: /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/perl/514/bin/cpan -i Module::Name The -i option indicates that you wish yo install…

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How to: Install PostgreSQL on cPanel

PostgreSQL is a free database server alternative to the traditional MySQL server that comes preinstalled on all cPanel servers. If you need PostgreSQL on cPanel let me tell you that cPanel has a built in easy-to-use installer to make your life easier. On this tutorial you will learn fast & easy how to install PostgreSQL on cPanel. Important…

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How can I restart services on cPanel servers?

There are times when restarting seems to be the most easy and fast way to get rid of a server problem, some times it is and some times it’s not. Restarting services is not always good, have that in mind. While restarting services can make things work again, and may be a fast way to get your services…

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