Topic: Technical questions

Technical questions help articles on the technical issues of web hosting services, server equipment rental, or domain registration.

How to configure remote MySQL access in cPanel

This article describes how to use cPanel to allow external hosts to access your MySQL databases. When remote host access is enabled, you can use remote client applications to connect to your databases directly. Enabling direct remote access to your databases is a potential security risk. An alterna...
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Resource limit information

Viewing resource limit information To view resource limit information for your account, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel. In the METRICS  open the Resource Usage tool: On the Resource Usage page, cPanel displays a summary of your account. Depending on your account's resource usage, ...
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How to request an authorization (EPP) code

If you want to transfer a domain from one provider to another it is necessary to request the auth code. This code is required for the domain transfer and must then be entered during the transfer order. Just like a domain password, to ensure that no one but you can transfer your domain and take co...
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How to use FTP with Linux hosting accounts

This article describes how to connect to your Beehosting account using an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client. For general information about what FTP is and when you might use it, please see this article. Using an FTP client There are numerous FTP clients available, and many of them support SFT...
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How to configure Web Disk accounts

This article describes how to configure Web Disk accounts. After you configure a Web Disk account, you can use the account to access your web files. Creating a Web Disk account Before you can access files remotely using Web Disk, you must create a Web Disk account. To create a Web Disk account,...
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Using FTP (File Transfer Protocol)

This article discusses FTP (File Transfer Protocol). What is FTP? File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a protocol that enables you to transfer files between your Beehosting account and another computer. FTP establishes a connection between a server (in this case, your account on a Beehosting server) an...
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How to manage FTP accounts in cPanel

  This article describes how to add, modify, and delete FTP accounts for your website. About the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard network protocol that is used to transfer files between computers. To download or upload files, a user uses an FTP cl...
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Using the User Manager in cPanel

Using the User Manager in cPanel This article describes how to use the User Manager in cPanel. The User Manager feature enables you to manage subaccount access to services from one convenient interface. These services include: E-mail FTP Web Disk Subaccounts can only access these serv...
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How to enable and disable PHP error messages

This article describes how to enable and disable PHP error messages by using the display_errors directive in a php.ini file. This article assumes that you have already set up a custom php.ini file on your web site. If you have not already set up a custom php.ini file, please read this article first...
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How to view PHP settings with the phpinfo() function

This article describes how to use the phpinfo() function to view detailed information about the PHP environment, settings, and more. ! To view phpinfo() output on our servers, you must have an Beehosting account. The information revealed by the phpinfo() function poses a potential security risk, so...
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Controlling PHP settings with a custom php.ini file

This article describes how to use custom php.ini files to control PHP settings for your web site. Setting up a custom php.ini file A php.ini file contains directives for controlling many PHP settings. You can set up one or multiple custom php.ini files to define how your web site functions. For ex...
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How to set up a remote MySQL connection

This article describes how to use a local computer to connect to your MySQL databases stored remotely on Beehosting servers. Choose a remote MySQL connection method You can use either of the following methods to access your MySQL databases remotely: SSH tunnel: This is the more secure method....
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Using MySQL client applications

This article describes how to use MySQL client applications to access and manage your MySQL databases. MySQL client applications MySQL provides a GUI (graphical user interface) client application that you can use for database management. MySQL Workbench is an integrated tools environment that enab...
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How to add CAPTCHA protection to your web site

This article describes what CAPTCHA protection is when you might use it, and some implementations for various programming languages that you can add to your own website. What is a CAPTCHA? A CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) is a test that tries t...
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How to Enable SSH on Ubuntu 18.04

When establishing a remote connection between a client and a server, a primary concern is ensuring security. For Linux users, the best practice of accessing and managing your server remotely is through the cryptographic protocol known as Secure Shell (SSH). SSH encrypts all data transferred from ...
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Install and Enable OpenSSH on CentOS 7

High-level encryption protects the exchange of sensitive information and allows file trans or issue commands on remote machines securely. Learn how to enable SSH on CentOS 7 by following the instructions in this short tutorial. Prerequisites CentOS 7 system to act as an SSH server A user...
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How to Enable SSH on Debian 9 or 10

SSH stands for Secure Shell. SSH is used for connecting to a remote computer accessing files and perform administrative tasks. In this tutorial, learn how to enable SSH on Debian 9 (Stretch) or Debian 10 (Buster). Prerequisites Debian system to act as an SSH server Debian system to act...
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How to create a strong password

This article discusses some techniques and advice on how to create a strong password. Choosing a strong password Below you will find several techniques to create a strong password: The password must be at least eight characters long, preferably longer. The longer the password, the less suscep...
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How to migrate cPanel accounts from reseller hosting to shared hosting

This article describes how to migrate cPanel accounts from a reseller hosting package to a shared web hosting package. Reseller hosting packages allow you to create and manage multiple cPanel accounts, but shared hosting packages are limited to a single cPanel account. Therefore, to move from res...
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PHP modules

Relational databases have been in use for a long time. They became popular thanks to management systems that implement the relational model extremely well, which has proven to be a great way to work with data . Only with Beehosting you can activate and use almost all types of PHP bases like GD...
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500 Internal Server Error

500 Internal Server Error is a generic error message, given when no more specific message is suitable. There are a number of causes for a 500 Internal Server Error to display in a web browser. Below is a sample error message. CHECK THE ERROR LOGS! With any error message, particularly one as broad ...
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Email Application Setup – Android Devices

 This article will show you how to set up your email for the Android OS.   Add a New Email Account Open the Email app and navigate to the Settings section. Tap Add account. Tap Personal (IMAP/POP) and then Next. Enter your full email address and tap Next. Choose the typ...
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Email Application Setup – iOS Devices

This article will show you how to setup email on your iOS-based device. This process will work on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. While the screenshots are from an iPhone running iOS the same settings should work on any iOS device. 1. Tap Settings 2. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars ...
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