Installing an SSL certificate on a Plesk Server should be an easy task, and you just need to follow the steps: Log in to Parallels Plesk Panel. From the menu on the left, select Domains. Click on the domain name that the certificate is issued for. Click SSL Certificates. Click Browse and locate your signed [...]
If you have not tweaked your ConfigServer Security & Firewall configuration, you may be receiving tons of these notifications: To fix the above, provided you no longer want to receive them, you need to edit your CSF configuration file here: /etc/csf/csf.conf and find the following: # This User Process Tracking option sends an alert if [...]
You may be receiving LFD notifications from your server, similar to the one below: You can easily fix this by editing your CSF configuration file here: /etc/csf/csf.conf and finding the following setting: # User Process Tracking. This option enables the tracking of the number of # process any given account is running at one time. [...]
A WordPress application cannot upload new images from the Media Library. If you have already checked all the permissions, file ownership, URLs in the wp-options table of the database etc. and it still does not work, you can try opening the options page on your installation: http://domain.com/wp-admin/options.php Check for the upload_path and upload_url_path. They might [...]
If you wish to monitor your server files, log changes or receive notifications triggered by delete, upload, modify events, the best way to go about is using inotify-tools. First, you need to install inotify-tools on the server and for this you need to enable the EPEL repository. You will need to know if your Centos [...]
The issue is easily resolved from WHM. You need to go to: WHM » Server Configuration » Tweak Settings and enable the following option: Allow users to park subdomains of the server’s hostname. The above will fix it. Thanks!
I encountered an issue today where customers did not see any text under the cPanel icons when the log in. The issue is easily fixed by running these two as root: rm -f /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/rvversion perl /root/rvadmin/auto_rvskin.pl Goodluck!
You may have tried to create similar redirects: Redirect 301 /test.xml http://example.com/test/index.xml Redirect 301 /feed/ http://example.com/feed/feed-new/ Redirect 301 /feed http://example.com/feed/index.xml The above is what cPanel would generate if you use the Redirect option. Here are the entries that will actually work: RedirectMatch 301 ^/test.xml$ http://example.com/test/index.xml RedirectMatch 301 ^/feed/$ http://example.com/feed/feed-new/ RedirectMatch 301 ^/feed$ http://example.com/feed/test/index.xml Enjoy! [...]
Now that we have everything set up in our Google Developers Console here: http://petkof.com/integrate-vtigercrm-6-3-with-google-calendar/ the next step would be to log in your hosting account File Manager or FTP/SSH - any way you prefer to manage your files and edit the following file: ~/modules/Google/connectors/Config.php The file contains: <?php /* * To change this license header, [...]
Here are a couple of hiccups that you might encounter during the vTigerCRM 6.3 integration with Google Calendar. The Google Module in vTiger might not be enabled. You can go to your CRM Settings -> Studio -> Module Manager and check if the Google module is enabled. You may have missing vTigerCRM files as per [...]