It is nothing but, just check if PHP module mysqli is compiled and enabled in the server.
Search the list “php -m” for mysqli. If present make sure the correct extension_directory is set in the php.ini and enabled extension=mysqli.so as well.
If not present, recompile php(include current modules present and in addition add mysqli too). After that check the module comes in the list “php -m” and enable extension=mysqli.so in the php.ini file. Then try loading the drupal page or remove it and reinstall using softaculous again.
It will load fine then 🙂
This is something generic to uncommon errors, this issue arises when we try to add new IP in vps server.
When we click on the option “Add a New IP Address” under IP Functions on WHM, we get the following error sometimes.
“To add, edit, or remove IPs, please contact your server administrator”
This can be solved by adding the new IP manually in two seperate files of VPS server.
1) One is, add IP in the format like –> IP Address + Netmask to /etc/ips inside the correct VPS to which you wish to add the new IP
* Restart ipaliases (/etc/init.d/ipaliases restart)
2) Secondly, by standing in the main node, add the IP in vps configuration file.
For example, if virtual server ID is 123,
* vi /etc/vz/conf/123.conf
* search for line “IP_ADDRESS”
– Add your new IP in the line IP_ADDRESS=”x.x.x.x y.y.y.y z.z.z.z”
* Restart the VPS (vzctl restart 123)
* Done and your new IP is added, you can see the new IP in “Show IP Address Usage” of WHM.
Here are the steps to re-create userdomain file if it gets accidentally deleted
mv /etc/userdomains /etc/userdomains.OLD
If it is not still getting re-generated, do the following steps
mv /etc/userdomains /etc/userdomains.OLD
You need to use the dd command to create swap file. The mkswap command is used to set up a Linux swap area on a device or in a file.
Login as root user, and use the following command to create a swap file.
The following dd command example creates a swap file with the name “tmpDSK” under /backup directory with a size of 2000MB (2GB)
# dd if=/dev/zero of=/backup/tmpDSK bs=1M count=2000
Setup correct file permission for security reasons, enter:
# chown root:root /backup/tmpDSK
# chmod 600 /backup/tmpDSK
Make this file as a swap file using mkswap command.
# mkswap /backup/tmpDSK
Setting up swapspace version 1, size = 2097147 kB
To make this swap file available as a swap area even after the reboot, add the following line to the /etc/fstab file.
/backup/tmpDSK swap swap defaults 0 0
Enable the newly created swapfile.
# swapon /backup/tmpDSK
# free -m
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 4050 3222 828 0 210 2589
-/+ buffers/cache: 422 3628
Swap: 1999 0 1999
This is a trick I have enabled through cPanel account, but it worked to enable wildcard email.
Just like wildcard domains, there is a technique exists for routing mails send to non-existing email accounts to a legitimate email account situated in a particular domain. This method can generally be called as Wildcard E-mail
Suppose a client open up a ticket where he is requested to set a wilcard email to firstname.lastname@example.org, where this email account should be an existing one in the domain. And he wants all mails sending to email@example.com(a non existing account and the “*” could be anything) would be delivered to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The above request can be fulfilled by setting the following Account Level Filtering rule.
Put a Filter name as ‘wildcard’ or something identifiable name
Then Rule as, “To begins with”
keyword as ‘wild’ ( where ‘wild’ here means any non existing email accounts starting with that term, ie email@example.com, the client wanted here)
Actions, “Redirect to email” “firstname.lastname@example.org”
You are done!!!
From now onwards mails sending to email@example.com, ie wild1, wild123, wild*** etc would be delivered to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please do the following steps for installing imagemagick.
You can install imagemagick using the script
If the installation is not successful, please download and install it from source file.
Download –> ImageMagick-6.7.7-3.zip
cd /downloaded/path – mostly /usr/src/
If you are installing imagamagick from source, then you need to install perl magick also. The perl magick is included in the imagemagick untared directory.
Some php scripts need imagick need to be installed.
Download imagick-2.3.0.tgz to /usr/src
tar -xvzf imagick-2.3.0.tgz
You need to add the extension file extension=imagick.so in the php.ini file.
You can check the version of imagemagick using the following command
You can check whether imagemagick and perl magick installed successfully using the following command
When you find captcha error or missing captcha on the page(purchasing page, cart page, mail script page etc), you just can install it using the following simple script
You might be getting forbidden or internal server error when calling “http://domain.com/cgi-bin/mt/mt.cgi???” on browser. The fix is as follows.
check the apache error and you might see this:
Permission denied: /home/user/public_html/.htaccess pcfg_openfile: unable to check htaccess file, ensure it is readable
Make sure the permission of public_html is 755(Global accessible) instead of 750.
After you may still have issues like Internal server error. For that please confirm the the *.cgi files( mt.cgi, mt-cp.cgi etc) have executable permission, ie in the path “/home/user/public_html/cgi-bin/mt/”.
If not please give executable permission.
chmod +x mt*
You are done 🙂