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How to fix Apache detected an error in the Rewrite config
How to fix "Apache detected an error in the Rewrite config".

login as ssh and open the directory like :

Code:
cd /usr/local/apache/conf/srm.conf

Code:
chmod -rwr-xr-x srm.conf
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Secure the tmp Directory
Changing Partition Attributes (such as securing /tmp) on your Dedicated Server does not need a reboot. You can remount the partition immediately with the new attributes doing something like…

Code:
mount -o remount,noexec,nosuid /tmp

or

make the change in the /etc/fstab

Code:
LABEL=/tmp /tmp ext3 noexec,nosuid,nodev,rw 1 2

then remount it

Code:
mount -o remount /tmp

Cpanel Server

The following is how to secure your /tmp directory on your De
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Find version of OS installed on the server
Find version of OS installed on the server

Hi friends , in this content you will learn how to find version of OS installed on the server ! just run this commands in SSH :

Code:
cat /etc/*release

or

Code:
cat /etc/*issue


On CentOS 5 you will see :

Code:
[root@server62 ~]# cat /etc/*release
    CentOS release 5 (Final)
    [root@server62 ~]#



Have a nice day !
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How to Change the Ownership of the Reseller Account From WHM
How to Change the Ownership of the Reseller Account From WHM:

1) Login to the Web Host Manager.
2) Go to Reseller --> Reseller Center.
3) Click on “Change Ownership of Single Account”.
4) Select the New Owner from the Drop-Down List.
5) Click in “ok” to change the Ownership.
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How to change the IP address of a domain in WHM
1) Login to Web Host Manager.
2) Go to Account Function--> Change site’s IP address.
3) Select the IP from list of available IP’s.
4) Click on save.
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IMPORTANT: do not ignore this email: The hostname resolves to . It should resolve to
A newly setup cPanel system may have a message such as the following show the first time that you login to WHM.

IMPORTANT: Do not ignore this email.
The hostname (hostname.server.com) resolves to . It should resolve to xx.xx.xx.xx. Please be sure to correct /etc/hosts as well as the 'A' entry in zone file for the domain.

Some are all of these problems can be caused by
/etc/resolv.conf being setup incorrectly. Please check this file if you
believe everything else is correct.


You may
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cPanel/WHM shows the error "Invalid license file", why ?
cPanel will show you an invalid license file error if you change your hostname to something that does not resolve to your server's IP address. You should change back the hostname to the original one or use a domain that resolve to your server's IP address by following these instructions:


[code]1. Connect to your server with SSH using the root user
2. Type in the following:hostname server.domain.com
3. Then type: /usr/local/cpanel/cpkeyclt in order to reactivate your cPanel/WHM license.
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What are the different methods to login to WHM
You can login to the WHM using any of the following URLs, followed by a username/password authentication

The username is 'root' for the server administrator.

* http://yourserverIPaddress/whm
* http://yourserverIPaddress:2086
* http://yourservername(or_yourdomain_name)/whm
* http://yourservername(or_yourdomain_name):2086


You can also use SSL(https) to login to WHM

* https://yourserverIPaddress:2087
* https://yourservername(or_yourdomain_name):2087


Note: domain name can be a
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How to check AWSTATS for the domain from cPanel
1. Login to cPanel using username and password.
2. Click on Web/FTP Statistics
3. Click on Awstats
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How to download Raw Access Logs of the domain: cPanel
One can download Raw Access Logs of the domain from their cPanel – Control Panel via below mentioned steps:

1) Login into the cPanel
2) Click on Raw Log Manager.
3) Click on File which on need to download.

Generally, Raw Logs are saved on daily basis. One can download the logs upon the required dates.