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.
This document describes how to resolve a password authentication error in PostgreSQL®
This document describes several methods to restart the services (often daemons) on your server.
You can restore the user's grants to the database with the restoregrants utility.
If a database user loses access to databases, you can restore the user's grants to the database with the `restoregrants` utility.
Nameservers match domain names to IP addresses.
cPanel's PowerDNS implementation reads DNS data from the BIND files and stores DNSSEC data in a SQLite database.
This document explains how to use the MyDNS-NG server software
This document explains the factors that determine the locale that you see when you log in to cPanel, WHM, or Webmail.
This document describes the configuration file that the InstaSite feature uses in the background to temporarily store values.
EasyApache 4 installs and manages the Apache web server and all of its components.
This document provides an overview of the improvements and benefits that EasyApache 4 provides.
EasyApache allows you to easily install and modify PHP for your server.
This document details the specifics of cPanel & WHM's IPv6 support.
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.