This document details the specifics of cPanel & WHM's IPv6 support.
General Systems Administration
Before you install Ruby, make certain that you meet the installation requirements.
cPanel, L.L.C. supports the use of cPanel & WHM inside of a Linux Container (LXC). An LXC container provides an environment that resembles a standard Linux installation, but does not require a separate kernel.
This document reviews Man-in-the-Middle attacks and how to prevent them.
cPanel & WHM can send alerts to users for various reasons (for example, when someone changes their account settings or an account approaches a quota).
Perl modules allow you to extend cPanel & WHM's functionality.
This document provides examples of common RPM installation failures.
Service subdomains provide access to cPanel & WHM interfaces and services.
Service proxying configures local services to proxy requests for a cPanel account's domains to a remote server.
This document provides the supported MySQL and MariaDB versions for each operating system that cPanel & WHM supports.
This document lists the various system user accounts that your cPanel & WHM server contains.
You can use this file to prevent updates to cPanel-distributed files
This feature immediately updates the user's server.
To manage software packages in a Software Collection Library (SCL) environment via the command line, use the scl utility.
The /etc/stats.conf file stores the configuration changes that you make in WHM's Statistics Software Configuration interface.
This document lists common IPv6 problems and steps to resolve them.
You may need to troubleshoot several problems with your Ruby installation.
Many users and system administrators encounter problems with CGI and Perl scripts. This troubleshooting guide lists many of the common problems and solutions.
You can use several different methods to uninstall Ruby.
The Domain TLS system stores and manages the server's verified certificates in a domain-indexed repository.