Category Archives: CloudLinux

How to Install Mod_lsapi on CloudLinux

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Mod_lsapi is a high performance Apache module that is based on the technology behind the LiteSpeed web server. It’s a drop-in replacement for suPHP, but it can also serve Ruby and Python scripts. It works exactly the same as suPHP, with the big difference that it is faster and uses less system resources to serve PHP files. lsphp on the other… Read more »

How can I Install OptimumCache on CloudLinux OS

On almost all shared hosting providers, there is one thing in common that all share. They have multiple installations of WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Wikis, forums, and many other popular CMS software. We are talking about hundred of the same files installed over and over on different directories on the same operating system. This are duplicate files, that are loaded over… Read more »

How to Install PHP Selector using CloudLinux OS?

PHP Selector is one of the coolest features of CloudLinux. It allows you to choose PHP versions for each website on your cPanel server. Today we are going to show you how to install php selector on cPanel servers. PHP Selector also allow users to customize their PHP settings with just a few clicks. In old times, users needed to… Read more »

How to install Python and Ruby Selector on CloudLinux

CloudLinux includes many exciting features, like the famous CageFS technology, that jail users inside their own secure file system. However, CloudLinux also includes other interesting things,  like Python and Ruby Selectors. That’s why today we are going to show you how to install Python and Ruby Selector on CloudLinux. How to install Python and Ruby Selector on CloudLinux ? The procedure… Read more »

bash: /usr/bin/curl: Permission denied

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Today one of our customers was having this error while executing curl from a cron job on his cPanel website: bash: /usr/bin/curl: Permission denied The first thing to check was the curl binary, as it’s common to set it with permission 750 to disallow rouge scripts from execute curl or wget binaries. [ ~]$ ls -alh /usr/bin/curl -rwxr-x— 1 root… Read more »

KernelCare Installation Guide

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KernelCare is fabulous kernel update tool by CloudLinux. We started testing this kernel patch in a few servers and the result has been truly amazing, allowing us to avoid server downtime after kernel updates because of each server reboot we had to apply after the kernel was updated. Today we will show you how to run a KernelCare installation. KC… Read more »

How to Install CageFS on CloudLinux

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CageFS is one of the greatest things ever happened on the web hosting world. It’s the key and heart for CloudLinux security. And today you will learn how to install cagefs on CloudLinux, and enable cagefs from CageFS user interface. CageFS is a virtualized file system, but it is not only that… CageFS it’s as its name suggest, a cage…… Read more »