When modifying a particular account under Modify Account in cPanel, the error “Unable to fetch the cPanel user file for username” occurs
(1) First, you need to make sure the cPanel user file is there
ls -lah username
(2) Make sure the permission is correct
-rw-r—– 1 root username 000 Jan 0 00:00 username
(3) Then run the cPanel command
If it still can not solve! Use the hard way, manual way. Open the cPanel user file and edit it manually(either owner or etc), and go back to WHM and modify the account again. If should be done now. 🙂
As we know Apache Tomcat is an open source software implementation of the Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages technologies. In WHM, you can enable the tomcat per account as long as the TOMCAT is installed in server.
Step as below:
(1) Go to WHM
(2) Account functions
(3) Install servlet select the domain name
(4) Click on install
When you connect to SSH by putty, putty prompt out the message as below.
What is that???? erm, I research online, it seems that the SSH Password Authorization Tweak is disable on WHM. Follow the step as below to remedy it.
(1) GO to WHM
(2) GO to SSH Password Authorization Tweak
(3) Enable the Password Auth