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Last updated: Saturday, July 23, 2016 - 10:36

If you are new to cPanel, please refer to the online documentation by cPanel. Use the links below to navigate to the relevant cPanel documentation:

Last updated: Sunday, February 12, 2017 - 14:07

In this article we list steps of basic Nginx configuration, in PROXY mode, with no SSL.

In order to improve web site loading speeds for our shared cPanel customers, RedyHost implemented high performance stack using Nginx. 

cPanel, Nginx
Last updated: Friday, July 22, 2016 - 17:08

RedyHost does not permit password authentication over SSH. This page is intended to help customers setting up SSH access to their cPanel account using private and public keys pair.

To setup a remote access to your secure userspace via SSH, follow these simple steps.

Last updated: Sunday, July 24, 2016 - 10:25

The security of your account directly relates to your password complexity and regular update policy. Along with activating 2-factor authentication for RedyHost Client Area, we recommend to have strong passwords for cPanel and your mailboxes.

Client Area, cPanel
Last updated: Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 20:45

RedyHost customers who run Drupal websites in a cPanel hosting, ask us about getting Drupal console available in cPanel. Of course RedyHost cPanel hosting comes with Drupal console preinstalled and available inside the GageFS.

This page describes how to install Drupal console in a cPanel/WHM server with CloudLinux.

This page should be used by system admins who want to make Drupal console available to their customers in cPanel with CloudLinux/CageFS installed.

First, SSH to the cPanel/WHM server as the root user.

Next, run these commands to install drush:

Drupal console, CageFS, CloudLinux, cPanel, Drupal
Last updated: Saturday, July 23, 2016 - 10:38

All CloudLinux cPanel plans come with PHP selector available.

The PHP Selector allows customers to select preferred PHP version, select required PHP modules and even configure some basic PHP settings. All via cPanel interface. For more information you may visit CloudLinux docs page about PHP Selector usage.