cPanel Tutorial: Files – File Permissions

cPanel Tutorial

  cPanel Tutorial: Files – File Permissions Changing file/folder permissions All files on UNIX (including Linux and other UNIX variants) machines have access permissions. In this way the operating system knows how to deal with requests to access the files. There are three types of access: Read – Denoted as r, files with read access… Read more »

/usr/bin/crontab permissions are wrong. Please set to 4755

If you are receiving the error “/usr/bin/crontab permissions are wrong. Please set to 4755” when in the cron section of cPanel, the commands below may correct the error for Redhat/CentOS/Fedora servers. Log into the server via ssh or the console as root and run: PHP Code: yum -y install vixie-cron crontabs chmod 4755 /usr/bin/crontab 

Howto: Disable MailMan

Howto: Disable MailMan To disable Mailman on a cPanel server, remove the execute permissions of the mailman wrapper Code: chmod -x /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/mail/wrapper If you ever want to enable it: Code: chmod +x /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/mail/wrapper

How to Password Protect Directories Detailed Tutorial

How to Password Protect Directories Detailed Tutorial Please select the Password Protect Directories icon from your cPanel main page. A list of the directories on your account will appear. Select the directory you wish to limit access to. In the new page, please create a username and a password for your user. Select a name… Read more »

Warning: MaxClients exceeds ServerLimit

You may reach the maximum number of clients that are allowed to connect to your Apache web server and Apache stops responding. In this case, you have to increase the MaxClients and ServerLimit variable to a higher value. The changes has to be placed in the Apache configuration file located at /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf but in case… Read more »

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