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I've tried VestaCP and Ajenti, but eventually settled with Froxlor and ZPanel, they are great for what they need to do, I wrote my own little list of the top 5 alternatives to CPanel on my blog. :)
There are can two configurations based on actual need. Wildcard SSL Certificates: Wildcard SSLs are of many types, some of them support even different IP address/servers as long as your domain name remains same upto unlimited number of sub-domains. How URL looks: https://sub-domain.yourdomainname.extension When to use? To product multiple sub-domains ...
(I'd leave this as a comment but I can't yet :( ) Couldn't you mount --bind the new directory? Hard links won't work for this. mount --bind /home/cpanel/ /usr/local/cpanel/ To make the mount permanent you'd have to add it to /etc/fstab Copy the directory to the new directory first, then mount. Check to see if everything works. I don't think you'll ...
Subdomains are not affected by the main domain's SPF record. If you have a bunch of subdomains that you know will never send mail, the best thing to do is to define an SPF record of -all for each of them. That way, the internet can also know that you intend them never to send email. Edit: if there is no SPF record in place for a subdomain, recipients who ...
It must be verified at SSL certificate provider regarding using it across multiple servers. In my case SSL certificate was assigned to a hostname, so wildcards will not work.
Create another vhost: <VirtualHost 22.214.171.124:80> ServerName rystuff.net ProxyPass /jenkins http://localhost:8080/ ProxyPassReverse /jenkins http://localhost:8080/ </VirtualHost> You do not need ServerAlias if its the same as ServerName
Your web host may install custom extensions for you, it can't hurt to ask. But most, generally, will recommend you upgrade to a VPS which allows you full root access, the ability to install anything you want, and less risk that you will negatively impact performance for other users of the server. VPSs can require extra administration effort and technical ...
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