The latest release of EasyApache includes improvements to several third-party libraries and utilities.
Updates to EasyApache 3.8.2 include support for mod_ruid2 version 0.9.4. The mod_ruid2 module is a suexec module for Apache 2.0 that provides performance similar that of mod_php with the security of suphp. This module allows PHP applications to run as the user, instead of as the user nobody in a manner similar to suphp. However, mod_ruid2 is incompatible with some EasyApache modules, such as FastCGI, mod_cache, mod_disk_cache, mod_mem_cache, and ModMono. While mod_ruid2 may be ideal for many environments, cPanel recommends testing and verification that it is appropriate for your configuration. Generally, mod_ruid2 is not considered to be production-worthy. Continue reading
Howdy from Houston! Let me first apologize about the informal tone of this post, but I needed to get out some thoughts about this year’s cPanel Conference. Here’s the scoop from my perspective: Continue reading
After much consideration, cPanel has decided to offer Enkompass free of charge beginning October 12, 2011. cPanel Vice President of Product Development Ben Thomas made an announcement today during cPanel Conference about the plans for the future of Enkompass. Continue reading
cPanel, the leading Web Hosting Control Panel Software provider, announced today at its annual conference that Attracta’s Free Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Tools will become a standard feature in future releases. Continue reading
At cPanel, we thrive on feedback. We utilize internal and external feedback in various forms to drive change and fine-tune our work lives and products. Our CEO has championed this open environment for over 11 years. Continue reading
The time is nearing for us to publish our first cPanel & WHM 11.32 development build. As we state in our documentation, development releases publish with odd-numbered major values. Therefore, this development release will be published as version 11.31. Continue reading
LANSING, Mich.- Liquid Web, Inc., a rapidly growing managed Web Hosting company, with locations in Michigan and Arizona, recently made a significant donation to assist in the continued development and maintenance of the dynamic and powerful Perl programming language. The donation is reported to be $10,000 toward to Perl 5’s Core Maintenance Fund (Perl 5 CMF). With a clear commitment to innovation and development, Liquid Web is certain that this gesture will help to ensure the continued advancement of what it considers a powerful resource. Continue reading
Big news! We are proud to announce the debut of the cPanel Certification Program at this year’s cPanel Conference!
We have spent the last 12 months evaluating, training, and certifying tests for this program, aptly called cPanel University, or cPU.
We created this highly credible certification program so that employers and employees would be allowed to accurately gauge their respective cPanel skill levels. Continue reading
¡Saludos! Luego de ocho largos meses trabajando en traducción, edición y revisión, me place anunciarles que el equipo de Traducción al español (compuesto por George Alpízar y esta servidora) del departamento de Documentación de cPanel ha terminado de publicar la documentación en español de cPanel y WHM, versión 11.28. (¡Qué emoción!)
¡Fueron muchos documentos! (Sobre 600 para WHM SOLAMENTE.) Así que hicimos lo que cualquier persona que trata de comerse un elefante haría: comerlo de bocado en bocado. El projecto de traducción se dividió en tres partes: the cPanel User Guidela Guía del usuario de cPanel (publicada en marzo 2011); la Guía de instalación (publicada en mayo 2011) y, finalmente, la Guía del usuario de WHM, que acabamos de publicar esta semana (agosto 2011). Continue reading
(Versión en español)
Howdy! After eight months of toiling, translating, editing, and re-editing, I am proud to say that the cPanel Spanish translation team (which is composed of George Alpízar and myself) has completed the publication of the cPanel & WHM 11.28 documentation in Spanish!
There were a lot of documents! (Over 600 for WHM ALONE.) So we did what any person would do when trying to eat an elephant: do it one piece at a time. The translation project was divided into three parts: the cPanel User Guide, published in March 2011; the Installation Guide, published in May 2011; and then, finally, the WHM User Guide, published just this week (August 2011). Continue reading
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