There are two ways to update your Apache version on cpanel. The first is from within WHM. Underneath the “Software” section in the menubar is “Apache Update.” Click this link and then follow the on screen directions. The second option is from the command line. Run “/scripts/easyapache”, which will provide an update interface including a few more options than… Continue reading How do I upgrade Apache on my Cpanel box?
Whether you compiled manually or with EasyApache, running a PHP upgrade from a previous version is super easy but also one of the most common questions I get. There are 3 likely assumptions about your current environment (specific to Linux servers, sorry Windows users): 1. You are running a cPanel server and have PHP compiled… Continue reading How to Upgrade PHP – cPanel
Click on the “Tweak Settings” link under “Server Setup”. Within the “Stats and Logs” section is a text box with the heading: “Chmod value for raw apache log files (0640 is the default):” Change the value to suit your needs and apply the changes by clicking on the “Save” button at the bottom of the… Continue reading Where can I change log permissions so other programs can read apaches web logs?
The iconv API is the standard programming interface for converting character strings from one character encoding to another in Unix-like operating systems. Initially appearing on the HP-UX operating system, it was standardized within XPG4 and is part of the Single UNIX Specification (SUS). All recent Linux distributions contain a free implementation of iconv() as part… Continue reading How to enable iconv on CPanel server?