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31 Jul 2019
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Set Outbound IP Address in CURL API Request for MailChimp WordPress Plugin

Facing issue with your default assigned IP for plugins like MailChimp for WordPress? This could be due to the blacklist of IP which is used when sending API requests. and MailChimp servers reject the request. This issue persists even if any cPanel Account is assigned with a Dedicated IP and API requests are sent from […]

01 Jul 2019
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Guide to Setup CNAME for root Domain in Cloudflare Account

This guide will explain how to add CNAME for root domains i.e. yourwebsite.com if your domain registrar does not allow this setup. Cloudflare allows setting up CNAME for the root domains as well. Pros using CNAME for root domains. This will help you to point your root domain to Server’s Hostname and whenever you migrate […]

29 Apr 2019
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Add your Company Branding or custom logo to cPanel and phpMyAdmin

Want to add your own Logo and Name to cPanel and phpMyAdmin interface ? We will show you how you can Add Text or custom Logo to the cPanel’s Header Bar and change phpMyAdmin Logo to your preferred logo. Requirements root access to cPanel/WHM Server PNG Files for Logo Procedure Change cPanel Logo Login to […]

16 Apr 2019
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Show Hidden dotfiles and folders in cPanel Filemanager

cPanel works on a Linux Server and dotfiles and folders are hidden. For some reason you want to see those files and also want to make changes. By default, these files and directories/folders are not visible in the cPanel. Today we will show you how you can show the hidden files and folders in your […]

12 Apr 2019
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Enable WordPress Manager on WHM/cPanel Servers

cPanel offers now free tool/plugin for Managing WordPress Installation. You can now get rid of paid version of softaclous if in case you used that only for WordPress installations cPanel WordPress Manager is a plugin that comes shipped with our latest WordPress RPM via WHM cPAddons/cPanel Site Software. The new format for cPAddons automatically tests […]

27 Mar 2019
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Learn about tmpfs, and it uses

Wondering what is tmpfs on your Linux Servers and want to know its use or function? In this guide we will share some basic information about tmpfs. tmpfs is a file system which keeps all files in virtual memory. tmpfs uses a combination of computer RAM and disk-based SWAP space to create a filesystem, such […]

19 Mar 2019
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Check and Change current TimeZone in Debian and Ubuntu

Wondering about TimeZone of your Debian or Ubuntu Machine and want to change it? Let’s follow this small guide to check and change current TimeZone in Debian and Ubuntu. Requirements Root SSH Access to the Machine (Root Needed to change TimeZone) Procedure Check Current Date, Time and TimeZone in Debian/Ubuntu Check Date of your Machine […]

28 Feb 2019
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Why Users on BaseZap don’t need to worry about Backups

Hello Zappers! Today we will share some valuable information on the question Why Users on BaseZap don’t need to worry about Backups? All Managed Services on BaseZap include free Daily Backups to our Remote Backup Server. Backups are stored on Remote Backup Server with minimum 7 Days Retention. Backups older than 7 days depends on […]

28 Feb 2019
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Multitask in Linux Terminal using Screen Software Program

Looking on how to multitask in Linux terminal? Today we will show how you can use the Screen software program to multitask in Linux Terminal. Screen is a full-screen software program that can be used to multiplexes a physical console between several processes. It offers a user to open several separate terminal instances inside a one single […]

28 Feb 2019
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[cPanel] The installation process detected that the server was in runlevel 5.

The server must be in runlevel 3 before the installation can continue. This tutorial will help you in solving the above error which cPANEL installation by changing your OS runlevel 5 to runlevel 3. #systemctl get-default runlevel5.target Let’s check the current runlevel for our centos OS based server by running following command #systemctl get-defaultrunlevel5.target P.S […]