1. Goto cpanel of the account—>phpMyAdmin
2. Add New User
3. Add User To Database
4. Goto to the path mentioned in the error link.
5. root@true [/home/testuser/public_html]# grep -ilr “testuser_” *
root@true [/home/testuser/public_html]# cd Admin/includes/
root@true [/home/testuser/public_html/Admin/includes]# ll
6. root@true [/home/testuser/public_html/Admin/includes]# vi dbconfiguration.php
Change them to the ones you created in cpanel
$host = 'localhost';
$username = 'testuser_admin';
$password = 'admin12';
7. root@true [/home/testuser/public_html/Admin/includes]# scp dbconfiguration.php old_db
8. Try now.
A cPanel offers SquirrelMail by default but sometimes you get following error while accessing SquirrelMail.
Can't execute command '/usr/local/cpanel/bin/sendmail_cpanel -i -t -f in squirrelmail
First SSH into your server and run :-
if that does not fix the issue run the following commands:-
mv sendmail sendmail.157979
ln -s /usr/sbin/exim /usr/sbin/sendmail
mv /etc/eximmailtrap /etc/eximmailtrap.157979
service exim restart
AWStats is an acronym for Advanced Web Statistics. It displays traffic statistics to your website in other words who is accessing your website, from what part, how many visits exactly similar to google analytics. The information is displayed in graphs and tables, and divided into monthly, daily, and hourly averages.
In order to access AWStats from the cPanel, you are provided with an icon in your cPanel interface.
But sometimes what happens an icon for the awstat is missing from your cPanel. This problem can not be fixed right from your cPanel interface and you need to have a root access to the server to execute following command.