6 – Self-signed SSL error on Outlook/Thunderbird

After creating an email account in CyberPanel some users would like to configure their email accounts to third party email clients such as Outlook or Thunderbird. Both these clients have auto-discover functionality, this functionality will try to automatically configure your email settings so that end-user won’t have to do anything. For example, if on Thunderbird […]

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Set up Self Hosted WordPress Site for Free in 10 Minutes

Do you want to host a free and super fast WordPress blog by yourself without any technical knowledge? Yes, now it is possible. You can set up self-hosted WordPress on CyberPanel in 10 minutes. We have come up with a step-by-step guide to self host your blog without any coding knowledge. You may wonder, how […]

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How to install WordPress on OpenLiteSpeed on CentOS 7

This article will help you install WordPress with the LSCache plugin on OpenLiteSpeed using LSPHP. We are also going to see how we can use free Lets Encrypt SSL to secure your WordPress site. This article guides you through installing and configuring OpenLiteSpeed web server, MariaDB as a database management system, LiteSpeed PHP, LetsEncrypt SSL […]

3 – Restore backups from Remote Destination

CyberPanel version v1.9.1 added support for the incremental backups. However, you were not able to restore backups from remote servers. With the release of v1.9.2, you can now restore backups from remote destinations. For this to work, you need to follow these tutorials:   Add/Remove Destinations for Incremental Backups Create/Restore Incremental Backups   Before moving […]

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Web Terminal

CyberPanel v1.9.2 onwards have web terminal (to access your server SSH). However, in some browser, you might not be able to use Web Terminal with default self-signed SSL. In that case just setup CyberPanel on SSL. Now access CyberPanel using that domain.   Once you are done issuing SSL for CyberPanel make sure you also […]

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CyberPanel as a cPanel Alternative

CyberPanel and cPanel are both hosting control panels, and they help you manage your websites. With one command you get a fully functional LAMP stack that is ready to serve your web applications. Let see how CyberPanel is a feasible cPanel alternative.   If you are new to development or managing sites then you will […]

2 – Create/Restore Incremental Backups

CyberPanel version v1.9.1 adds supports for incremental backups, currently following destinations are supported:   Local (local destination is added by default, there is nothing needs to be done). SFTP (SFTP Servers need to be added) S3 (AWS S3 keys need to be added)   If you want to add backup destinations read our earlier tutorial. […]

1 – Add/Remove Destinations for Incremental Backups

CyberPanel version v1.9.1 adds supports for incremental backups, currently following destinations are supported:   Local (local destination is added by default, there is nothing needs to be done). SFTP (SFTP Servers need to be added) S3 (AWS S3 keys need to be added)   In this document, we will see how we can add SFTP […]

3 – How to create Reseller in CyberPanel

If you want to have basic knowledge about users in CyberPanel please read Managing Users. Though it is already explained in Managing Users how reseller works, we will dedicate a separate tutorial for it.   There are 3 types of control lists already created in CyberPanel (admin, reseller, and user) you can also create custom […]

WordPress Staging Feature

In CyberPanel v1.8.8 we’ve introduced WordPress staging site feature, in which you can put your live site to staging make your changes, do testing and then put that site in production.   To get this feature you first needs to be on v1.8.8. It is always recommended to Backup your site before using this feature […]

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