How to install Let’s Encrypt Plugin in WHM/cPanel

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What is Let’s Encrypt? Let’s Encrypt is a free certificate authority provided by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG).Let’s Encrypt provide two types of free X.509 certificates for Transport Layer Security (TLS) . The standard single domain SSL and the Wildcard SSL, which covers not only a single domain, but…

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How to install python in my cPanel and add py extension

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Python normally installed on all cPanel hosting server because most of centos/red hat update system use it. you only needs to activate the python handler for your apache to allow the apache server serve the py file and execute it instead of send the script to the browser as downloadable…

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How to Uninstall cloudlinux and covert back to centos cpanel server

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To restore back from cloudlinux and convert back to Centos OS you can make the following steps: Uninstall cloudlinux wget -O cldeploy http://repo.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux/sources/cln/cldeploy sh cldeploy -c Verify If cloudlinux Installed /usr/local/cpanel/bin/cloudlinux_system_install -c after restore back to centos  some packages from CloudLinux repo will still be present. They are same as CentOS packages,…

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Solve FTP Connection fails passive mode on Pure FTP configserver

Error Case: Failed to retrieve directory listing you configured your domain name with cpanel and add your FTP username and password correctly , when you are trying to connect to your website using filezilla software your are getting the following error: How to solve FTP Failed to retrieve directory listing from…

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DNS Settings not showing on Plesk subscriptions

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Why My Plesk Subscribers can’t see the DNS Settings for their web site?  Usually subscriber can’t find DNS settings for their web sites in Plesk because of missing permissions , while configuing the subscriber or missing in the plan of Plesk : To solve the problem you have two ways…

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How to Install and use Nano Text Editor Commands in Linux

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What is Nano Editor GNU nano is a one of the popular and easiest command line text editor used on many operating systems including Unix-based systems and BSD variants.  How to install Nano Text Editor Some OS distributions comes with Nano editor installed ,so install nano depends on OS.  Install Nano…

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Set mysql root password after new installation on Linux

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Set mySQL root password If you install a fresh MySQL database server on Linux, the root account within MySQL has no password set yet. To set the root password : first login to your server using ssh as administrator privileges and  Issue the following command: /usr/bin/mysqladmin -u root password ‘your-new-password’…

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Avoid IP Spam Emails on Dedicated and VPS Server

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Practices to avoid your server IPs to mark as Spam If you got an alert notification email that your IP/IPs marked as spam , you can follow the next few simple steps to protect and request your IP to be whitelisted: Temporary stop sending email: stop sending email (e.g. stop…

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Linux “df” Commands to Check Disk Space

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What is df command The df command stand for “disk filesystem“, it is used to get full summary of available and used disk space usage of file system on Linux system. Check File System Disk Space Usage df command displays device name information , total blocks, total disk space, used…

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How to change root password on centos using ssh

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Steps to Change password via SSH in Linux/Centos First login to your server using SSH connection , then simply you can run the following commands to change your root or current password as bellow: passwd Then you will prompt to Type your new password and , Retype your new password…

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