Category: How-To

How to reset WordPress admin password via SSH

We can reset WordPress admin passwords via command line in cPanel server for domains. First, we need to find which Database is used by the domain for WordPress. You can find it via checking the Database name given in the file ‘wp-config.php’. Upon finding that, login to MySQL prompt. # mysql mysql> use databasename; where… Read more »

Skip WHM Setup Wizard on New Servers Install

cPanel Tutorial

If you have a fully automated cPanel/WHM setup method used to deploy a large number of servers, you’ve probably found it to be annoying that upon loading WHM for the first time, you’re greeted with a setup wizard that you have to click through. To skip this wizard, all you need to do is touch… Read more »

How to FSCK a Linux Filesystem

install Linux Malware Detect

There comes a time in every sysadmin’s life where filesystem errors just happen. Luckily, these are somewhat easy to fix, assuming you don’t have a greater problem involving physical hardware damage. First, you need to know the name of the disk device having the problem. Do a quick df to see what device the affected… Read more »

How to uninstall Cloudlinux from cPanel

Cloudlinux is a great operating system, but what if you wish to get it removed from your cPanel servers? Uninstall Cloudlinux from cPanel : # wget -O cldeploy # sh cldeploy -c Please, note that some of the packages from CloudLinux repo will still be present. They are same as CentOS packages, and don’t… Read more »

How to upgrade my exim mail server on cPanel servers?

cPanel Tutorial

cPanel has special script located in /scripts/ directory to update almost all software it installs on the server. You can manually upgrade to the latest version of exim as follows: Login into the server using ssh then run the command: /scripts/eximup

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