Ruby is a popular object-oriented programming language that you can install and integrate with a cPanel & WHM system.
This document describes reseller account privileges and how to manage reseller accounts.
This documentation describes how to access the command line.
This document explains how to set up your Google Drive™ account as an Additional Destination in WHM's Backup Configuration interface.
This document provides instructions for migrating a WHM server from CentOS 8 to AlmaLinux OS.
The Exim system filter file scans messages that your server has received, but that it has not yet delivered. To add custom filter rules to your Exim configuration, you may either create custom filter rule files for Exim to include in its configuration, or create a custom Exim system filter file.
This document describes how to delete a MySQL® database from a cPanel & WHM server.
This document describes how to deny FTP access to your users.
This document explains how to use the /var/cpanel/chkservd_ignored_mounts file to disable disk space monitoring for selected mount points.
This document provides steps to downgrade your server's local license for testing purposes.
This document describes the final adjustments to change the IP address that Exim uses to send email.
This document describes how to enable the MySQL® or MariaDB Slow Query Log.
This document explains how to get started with IPv6 on your cPanel & WHM server.
You can install Ruby via the command line.
This document describes how to list domains with DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) on a server.
This document explains how you can open a support request with cPanel Technical Support.
System administrators and third-party developers can modify cPanel-provided package management.
cPanel & WHM allows you to deny cPanel users the ability to create certain domains or use certain top-level domains (TLDs).
The Mail section of WHM's Tweak Settings interface contains five options that allow you to limit outgoing mail.
This document describes how to install WHMCS on your cPanel account.