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How to Prepare the Server for ClipBucket

ClipBucket is an open source script that allows you to host your own video sharing website similar to Youtube. This article will cover how to configure your server for the installation of ClipBucket in a CentOS environment with cPanel. If you’d like to install the ClipBucket software, please refer to our guide: How to install ClipBucket. You’ll need to be logged into your server via SSH before proceeding.   Add the following repository using nano   nano /etc/yum.repos.d/linuxtech.repo     Add the following to the file that you just created   [linuxtech] name=LinuxTECH baseurl=http://pkgrepo.linuxtech.net/el6/release/ enabled=1 gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=http://pkgrepo.linuxtech.net/el6/release/RPM-GPG-KEY-LinuxTECH.NET     Save… […]

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Adding a DNS Zone

…  Login to your WHM account Head to Home > DNS Functions > Add a DNS Zones This can be located quickly by searching for “DNS” in the search bar     Fill out the Domain Information section with an IP Address for the A record and the domain it is attached to Click the Add Zone button     You can now view the results of your added domain in the Domain Owner Information section.   Helpful Related Articles cPanel and WHM Overview cPanel Zone Editor How to Get Started with your New cPanel Server Definition of WHM Functions… […]

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How To Install Hostwinds Reseller Module As A White Label Reseller

Installing Hostwinds Reseller Module The location of the Hostwinds’ reseller Module can be downloaded from   http://clients.hostwinds.com/ResellerFiles/HostwindsReseller.zip   Download this zipped directory to your desktop, and using your FTP program of your choice, login using your cPanel / FTP login credentials. This will be your domain name or your account’s IP address as the Host, your cPanel username as the username, and your cPanel account’s password for the password using FTP port number 21.   Once there, navigate to the directory where your WHMCS installation is installed. This will generally be within public_html/WHMCS or whatever document root you have chosen… […]

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What are My Operating System Options?

…Server 2008 R2 Datacenter (Dedicated Servers only) Windows Server 2012 R2 Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter (Dedicated Servers only) Windows Server 2016 Windows Server 2016 Datacenter (Dedicated Servers only) Review our handy article if you need help Choosing Your Windows OS Version.   CentOS Servers (Linux) CentOS 6 CentOS 7 CentOS 7 optimized for cPanel/WHM (Please see cPanel Minimum Requirements for information about what resources your server will need to run cPanel)   Debian Servers (Linux) Debian 8 Debian 9   Fedora Servers (Linux) Fedora 24 Fedora 25 Fedora 26   Ubuntu Servers (Linux) Ubuntu 14.04 Ubuntu 16.04 Ubuntu 17.04… […]

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How To Setup WHMCS Application Links

are easily accessible from the application. The following example is for configuring application links with cPanel:     You can use the on/off sliders to enable or disable the links to each listed part of WHMCS or their client account. You can change the display label for the link by modifying the textbox in the Display Label column. You can also adjust the order in which the links appear to the user by clicking and dragging the arrows displayed to the right of each link option.   The cPanel Application Links requires active cPanel servers to be registered within WHMCS…. […]

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Rebooting Your Server With WHM

…errors or not this will cause the system to shut down through them. To start this type of reboot, push the Forceful Server Reboot button and the click the Proceed button on the next page.   Graceful Server Reboot This system shutdown first stores user data and closes user-level programs before rebooting. To start this type of reboot, push the Graceful Server Reboot button and the click the Proceed button on the next page.   Helpful Related Articles cPanel And WHM Overview Restarting A Service In WHM How To Get Started With Your New cPanel Server Creating A cPanel Account… […]

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What Are Permissions on Linux?

If you are working through cPanel or on any Linux machine, you may have heard the term permissions. This is odd to hear at first, but essentially these are what determine who has access to what files. For example, if you have your website, you will want visitors to view your website, but not make any changes. This is done through proper permissions to ensure they can only read the files. We will cover the basics of what permissions are and how you can use them to protect your files through your File Manager and is intended for Hostwinds clients… […]

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How To Login To Your SHOUTCast Control Panel

This image shows with a Level 1 WindCast plan.  From the next page, select Login to Control Panel. This will bring you to the login page for your SHOUTCast Control Panel.    On the SHOUTCast Login page, it will look very similar to a cPanel login page. It will even have the traditional cPanel text above the login fields. Here you will want to enter in the login credentials that would have been emailed to you when you first purchased the SHOUTCast hosting.   After successfully logging in, you will be brought to a new page, that is the Home… […]

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My Server is Not Working Correctly – What Should I Do?

If you find that your server instance is not working as expected, there are a few things that you can do to troubleshoot the cause. The steps required to troubleshoot this will vary depending on what OS you have installed and the issue that you’re experiencing with the server. This article will cover the required steps for a Linux based server with cPanel, however some of these steps can be utilized on a Linux server without cPanel.   Top Command The first thing that you can do is login to your server via SSH and check the output of the… […]

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How to Change the Root MYSQL Password For WHM

…need to be logged in to WHM before proceeding.   Step 1: Search for the word root in the WHM search bar Step 2: Select MySQL Root Password under the SQL Services section     Step 3: Enter your desired password Step 4: Re enter the password to confirm Step 5: Click Change Password     Your root MySQL password should now be updated and ready to use.   Related Articles How to Change a cPanel User Password from WHM cPanel and WHM Overview How to Configure Custom Nameservers in WHM How to Get Started with your New cPanel Server… […]

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