Because they require SSH access, you must perform additional steps in order to clone a privately-hosted remote repository.
The rebuild_phpconf script on your server allows you to update your server's php.conf file.
The following document provides the steps to build a production hosting environment on Linode.
This document provides the steps to create a DigitalOcean® account. You can use this account to create a Droplet™ that contains the cPanel & WHM drive image.
This document describes how to install the Jekyll web application. The Jekyll® application is a static website generator that functions on the Ruby platform.
This document describes how to install a Sinatra web application.
The documents in this section describe how to create Ruby web applications, such as Redmine®, Sinatra™, and Jekyll®, on your cPanel & WHM server.
The PHP .user.ini file allows you to customize PHP directives on a per-directory basis.
As of cPanel & WHM version 76, EasyApache 4 now supports Tomcat 8.5. For more information, read our Tomcat documentation.
Apache version 2.2 allows you to use CGI scripts in directories other than the `cgi-bin` directory.
This document describes how to install a Python WSGI web application on the command line.
This document describes how to install the Redmine® web application.
This document explains how to create a DigitalOcean® Droplet™ running the cPanel & WHM drive image.
This document explains how to install a cPanel & WHM instance on the Google Compute Engine™ service.
This document describes how to install the Drush application, which allows you to manage Drupal, a popular content management system (CMS).
In cPanel & WHM version 70, we added the ability to only display specific versions of PHP to a user on systems that run EasyApache 4.
This tutorial explains how to manage `php.ini` file directives when you enable PHP-FPM.
Composer is a dependency and package manager for PHP.
TTP codes describe the status of a URL when a visitor attempts to access it. HTTP codes include error messages that describe the problems that visitors encounter.