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cPanel is the #1 leading control panel for web hosting. On this cpanel tutorials you will learn how to us cPanel and WHM control panel.

Nixcp Tutorials will also show you real life show cases about finding the root cause of the issues and fixing common cPanel errors.

You will also learn how to install and configure most cPanel based technologies like cPanel addons (softaculous, fantastico deluxe, installatron, etc),  DNS server, MySQL configuration,  Spamassassin filter configuration to prevent domain incoming spam, FTP settings, Hotlink protection for your domain, and everything about domains, and addon domains.

Our cPanel WHM tutorials will help you to configure your cPanel / WHM server so you can be able to generate and download cPanel backup, create new cPanel hosting accounts, install ssl certificates, resolve email accounts issues or delete old unused account users.

cPanel default open ports

cpanel default ports

This is the default open cPanel ports for most common cPanel installation, for both VPS and Dedicated servers. You can use this cpanel port list sometimes to verify the default cpanel port for some specific services, or when you are setting up a cPanel firewall configuration. What ports are used by cPanel? Below you will find the complete list…

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How to delete SPAM / Junk mails automatically on cPanel servers

delete junk mail on cpanel

A few days ago I was looking for a way to delete spam junk mails automatically for all user accounts on a cPanel server, and I’ve found there is not a built in solution on cPanel or WHM software. Unfortunately, cPanel doesn not include any way to automatically purge junk email messages. I guess they haven’t built such…

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How to recover email box from a cPanel full backup

Q: How can you recover an email box and all its stored emails from a cPanel backup? A: You can recover an email box from a cPanel full backup extracting and copying the email files. Let’s see how to find out where are our emails stored inside a cPanel full backup, and how to copy that to your…

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How to Uninstall EasyApache 4

Previously we already explored how to Install EasyApache 4, and today we are going to see the opposite process, how to uninstall easyapache 4 from your cPanel server. This will rollback to EasyApache 3, the previously and old PHP/Apache configuration manager for cPanel servers. How to uninstall EasyApache 4 from your box While EasyApache 4 is ready to…

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AutoSSL not working on cPanel / WHM

Free AutoSSL Certificates are one of the best things that cPanel introduced on their latest updates. AutoSSL allows any cPanel user to have their own free TLS / SSL certificate with just a couple of clicks. On this post we will explore solutions if you have AutoSSL issues and AutoSSL not working. Why is AutoSSL not working on cPanel? One…

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How to remove / terminate a cPanel account using the Linux terminal

On this post we will explore how to delete or terminate a cPanel account using the Linux terminal / CLI (command line interface). Remove / terminate a cPanel account from command line In older versions of cPanel software, to terminate a cPanel account you needed tu run this script: /scripts/killacct or /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/killacct The right sintax to delete a cpanel…

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How to install PHP-Memcache on PHP 7.x using cPanel

After reading, investigating and tried lot of ways to install PHP-Pecl Memcache module in PHP 7.x I realized that there are many known issues with pecl’s provided memcache module in PHP 7+. But I found a way to install PHP-Memcache on PHP 7.x, keep reading. Luckly, the guys at Websupport.tk uploaded to Github an alternative version of PHP-Memcache…

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