Month: January 2015

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Rsync with a non-standard ssh port

While doing some work on migrating accounts to a new server, I needed to use rsync over ssh. The ssh daemon on the remote server runs on a non-standard port, and all the port related

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Rsync (Remote Sync): 10 Practical Examples of Rsync Command in Linux

Rsync (Remote Sync) is a most commonly used command for copying and synchronizing files and directories remotely as well as locally in Linux/Unix systems. With the help of rsync command you can copy and synchronize

EasyApache 4 Announcement

Over the past several months, we have been working on the next generation of EasyApache. In EasyApache 4, we will make quite a few major changes to the way cPanel & WHM utilizes Apache HTTPd & PHP. This will initially be an opt-in update so that users can choose when to move to the new ecosystem, but at some point, this will be a required change. The major changes that we …

The Retro Style for Paper Lantern arrives with 11.48

Moving from X3 to Paper Lantern can be jarring. The clean white interface, the consistent margins and spacings, and the new flat application icons stand in stark contrast to X3. With the upcoming 11.48 release, cPanel is introducing the Retro style for Paper Lantern. The Retro style makes Paper Lantern look like X3 so that if you prefer the old and trusted appearance of X3, you can feel at home even when using Paper Lantern.  It’s …

Introducing cPanel’s All-New Software Development Kit Documentation

Today, we in cPanel’s documentation department are excited to publish our brand new, completely rewritten and restyled Software Development Kit (SDK)!   The new Software Development Kit landing page. The SDK section of our documentation provides detailed information for all of our APIs, plus topic-based documentation to help you use those API calls to integrate your applications with cPanel & WHM. Over time, …