When cPanel is viewed using the Paper lantern theme, there was an error in which we were not able to delete any files over the file manager.
When loading over the Chrome, got the following in console :
utilities_container.js:13 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot set property ‘className’ of nullshow_panel @
As a workaround for this, tried re-installing the cPanel Paper lantern theme.
Removing Paper Lantern can be done by deleting its config folder or putting it in a separate folder.
# mv /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/paper_lantern /root/jo
To re-install the theme simply run a cPanel update :
This should fix the issue ! Atleast it worked for me 😀
When trying to start the cPanel service via
/scripts/restart_cpsrvd, was getting the following error :
cpsrvd: Setting up native SSL support … Can’t locate auto/Net/SSLeay/EC_KEY_new_.al in
The simple fix was to re-install the Net::SSLeay perl module
This can be done via SSH :
Ever come across a situation in which the root mails are getting hung in the queue?
Even if you have configured a forwarder to another email address, the root mails tends to just stuck in the queue and pile up.
A closer look on the body of the bounced up mails will show the – “domain may not exist” error.
The problem was due to the fact that the server hostname was missing from the
Make sure the FQDN – hostname of the server is found in
You might want to install the the MySQL native driver for PHP (MySQLnd) over the custom MySQL driver provided with the default EasyApache.
To enable this manually, you will need to edit the file :
/var/cpanel/easy/apache/rawopts/all_php5 and make sure the following entries are in place there :
Save the above file, run EasyApache from WHM and recompile as normal.