How to Install cPanel
cPanel ranks as the premier Hosting Control Panel in the web hosting domain. Its installation is straightforward. Prerequisites: A pristine installation of either Ubuntu or AlmaLinux OS on your VPS/Server. Steps for cPanel Installation: Access your VPS/Server using an SSH Client. Execute the command below by pasting it into your SSH terminal and hitting Enter. cd /home && curl -o latest -L https://securedownloads.cpanel.net/latest && sh latest The cPanel installation process will commence, typically spanning 10 to 20 minutes. Upon completion, the terminal will relay a confirmation: cPanel Installation Finished. Navigate to https://your-server-IP-here:2087 to access WHM. Provide the root username and password. Select Login. cPanel/WHM Setup Guide: Step 1: Review and accept the terms. Step 2: In cases where the cPanel license isn’t active, you might need to sign in to the cPanel store to activate a trial license. Step 3: Configure Email and Nameservers: Email Address: Input your email. This
How to Create/Add a Package in the WHM
You can create predefined packages in the WHM for automation or another purpose. Log in to your WHM Account. Go to Packages >> Add a Package or type Add a Package in the menu filter box. The option will appear. Click on it. Enter the package name and change the resources according to your needs. Under Settings, enter the following details: Dedicated IP: Choose this if you want to give each account a dedicated IP or leave it unchecked. Shell Access: Check this if you want to give SSH access to the user. However, we recommend that you leave it unchecked. cPanel Theme: Select a theme for the user. Feature List: If you are not using a custom feature list, leave it as it is. Click on Add. Congratulations: Your new package has been created. Repeat steps 3 to 5 to add more hosting packages.
How to Edit a Hosting Package in WHM
You can edit the hosting package of your account. With root access, you can edit the packages of any user. Log in to your WHM Account. Go to Packages >> Edit a Package or type Edit a Package in the menu filter box. The option will appear. Click on it. Select the package you want to edit. Under Edit a Package, you can modify resources like disk space, bandwidth, etc. Scroll down, and click on Save Changes.
How to Suspend a cPanel User in the WHM Account
You can suspend cPanel user from accessing your WHM account. Log in to your WHM Account. Go to Account Functions >> Manage Account Suspension or type Manage Account in the menu filter box. The option will appear. Click on it. Under Select by domain, choose the user you want to suspend. Select the user from the drop-down list under Select by username. You can add a suspension reason. Type the reason and click on Suspend. The account will be suspended, and the suspension message will display.
How to Unsuspend cPanel User From WHM Account
You can unsuspend cPanel accounts from WHM. Follow this tutorial to unsuspend your cPanel user. Log in to your WHM Account. Go to Account Functions >> Manage Account Suspension or type Manage Account in the menu filter box. The option will appear. Click on it. Under Select by domain, choose the user you want to unsuspend. Select the user from the drop-down list under Select by username. If the user is displayed in red, it means that he is already suspended and you don’t need to take action. Click on Unsuspend. The account will be unsuspended, or an error message will be displayed in case of any problem.