How to Install Maldet on cPanel

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Learn how to install Maldet on cPanel fast and easy. Linux Malware Detector (aka Maldet) is a tool written by Rfxnetworks. It’s a simple but effective way to inspect and scan system and user files against malware or virus. Maldet Main Features MD5 file hash detection HEX based pattern matching Integration with ClamAV if available, to use it as Scan… Read more »

How to Install EasyApache 4 on cPanel

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EasyApache 4 is one of the major cPanel features that we all have been waiting for. Now it’s stable and ready for production enviroments. EA4 is the one in charge of installing and configuring PHP, Apache and all of its extensions/modules. Today you will learn how to Install EasyApache 4 on cPanel based servers. Before you proceed, note that: EasyApache… Read more »

/bin/cat: /var/.cagefs/.cagefs.token: Permission denied

Yesterday, one of our customers reported an issue with a PHP mail form that was using mail() function to send outgoing emails. The problem was simple, it was unable to send any emails usign that form. We were able to reproduce the problem, and determined that the problem was caused by CloudLinux CageFS security. The error was logged inside Apache’s error_log… Read more »

How to install CMQ on cPanel

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ConfigServer Mail Queues aka CMQ, is a server side app created by configserver.com. It allows you to manage your Exim Mail Queue with a very useful and powerful GUI from WHM control panel. Today you will learn how to install CMQ on cPanel servers. ConfigServer Mail Queues can be useful for SysAdmins and Developers who need to: Determine causes of email… Read more »

How to Convert Addon Domains to cPanel Accounts

Since version 58.x, cPanel introduced a cool script that allows you to convert Addon Domains to cPanel Accounts. After converting an addon domain into a separate stand-alone cPanel account, you’ll have full control over your new domain and its resources, such as MySQL databases, FTP accounts, Email accounts, and more. Addon Domains vs Independent Domain Hosting (cPanel accounts) Why on earth… Read more »

How to edit MySQL my.cnf file on cPanel

When you have your first dedicated server, cloud or vps box, sometimes you need to tweak the server performance to gain speed for your web applications. One of the most common areas you’ll be forced to tweak is MYSQL Configuration.  Today you’ll learn how to edit MySQL my.cnf file on cPanel. How can I edit MySQL my.cnf file on cPanel servers?… Read more »

Add a Dedicated IP to a subdomain or addon domain

On this post we will show you how to add a dedicated IP to a subdomain or addon domain without creating any account from WHM. For this, we will need to edit some cPanel configuration and Apache configuration files. Let’s start. 1. Edit your subdomain or addon domain configuration file: nano -w /var/cpanel/userdata/usuario/subdomain.domain.com Content should be similar to this: customlog:… Read more »