cPanel

cPanel is an online Linux-based control panel that simplifies website and server management.

cPanel allows you to publish websites, manage domains, organize web files, create email accounts, and more.

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[INFO] Timeout – try typing a little faster next time

When using FTP from a slow internet connection, files are not fully transferred, and the following error is recorded in the messages log: [INFO] Timeout – try typing a little faster next time To resolve this, edit pureftpd configuration file:...

The size of dynamic response body is over the limit, abort!

When downloading large files in NextCloud from a LiteSpeed server the download fails after 500mb. The following error is recorded in error logs: The size of dynamic response body is over the limit, abort! This is set in LiteSpeed Admin Console under...

Softaculous: No WordPress installations found !

I recently moved a WordPress website, and after that I attempted using Softaculous to access the admin panel, however the installation doesn’t import: I checked the usual: folder/file permissions & owner, .htaccess and wp-config.php Inside...

Install Docker on cPanel

Side note: I think it’s a bad idea to run Docker on cPanel because, if a user is given root access inside the container, they are just one kernel exploit away from gaining control of the entire server. 1. Install Docker on cPanel From the...

How to find out which email filter is triggered in cPanel

When you have 30+ email filters set in cpanel, and you want to know exactly which one was triggered here is how to test: Step 1. Find the email location. Inside your Webmail look for the View Source or View Original option: Or navigate to the files...

How to Enable/Disable debug mode in CakePHP

To enable debug mode in CakePHP go to config folder and open app.php find ‘debug’ => filter_var(env(‘DEBUG’, false), FILTER_VALIDATE_BOOLEAN), and change the value of debug false to true Older CakePHP versions To enable...

Where are individual email filter files on a cPanel server

Recently I did an article on Where are autoresponders and forwarders files on a cPanel server but what about email filters? Filter files for individual email accounts do not exist by default, but are created when user adds filters or cpanel user...

How to add custom logo to cPanel login page

To add a custom logo to the cPanel login page you can either overwrite the default cPanel logo or upload a new one from WHM. How to overwrite cPanel login logo To overwrite the default logo, simply upload the file in the same folder: 1. SFTP to your...

PHPMyAdmin doesn’t show all databases in cPanel

New databases that are created in cPanel are not visible in PHPMyAdmin, but if you assign a user to it and access it as that user, then you can use it. The first thing to check is if the database is visible via CMD: mysql -uCPANEL_USERNAME -p If the...