When you install cPanel & WHM, the installer will detect whether your server resides on a NAT-configured network.
General Systems Administration
You can use the Autofixer script collection to fix some common issues from a web browser that you cannot otherwise access from the command line.
Installing cPanel & WHM from a templated environment reduces your setup time so that you can spend more time on your website, not your server.
The workaround scripts for the dhclient script may interfere with WHM's Change Hostname feature, which causes hostname configuration issues and a locked cPanel & WHM license.
This guide details information about cPanel's linked nodes feature.
cPanel & WHM includes PHP and its modules as a set of packages, including the associated PEAR and PECL packages and PHP loaders.
In some circumstances, experienced system administrators may need to completely restore a server from a crashed or failed hard drive.
This document gives a brief overview of some basic Linux commands that you may wish to use.
This document describes cPanel & WHM support for IPv6.
Ruby is a popular object-oriented programming language that you can install and integrate with a cPanel & WHM system.
This documentation describes how to access the command line.
This document describes how to build custom RPMs for your Red-Hat® systems.
This guide provides the steps to reduce the file size of the log files on your server that you do not manage through WHM's cPanel Log Rotation Configuration interface.
This document provides the steps to clear a full partition.
This document lists the ports that cPanel & WHM uses, and which services use each of these ports, to allow you to better configure your firewall.
This document provides instructions for migrating a WHM server from CentOS 8 to AlmaLinux OS.
When you create a custom jailed shell mount, you can allow users of jailed shells to access additional directories on the server.
This document explains how to use the /var/cpanel/chkservd_ignored_mounts file to disable disk space monitoring for selected mount points.
This document describes how to disable the Network Manager service on systems that run CentOS 7, CloudLinux 7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL) and earlier versions.