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  1. It looks like cPanel is adding Greylisting to the next version! See http://features.cpanel.net/responses/add-grey-listing-delay-filtering
  2. Hello, I was reviewing some info on my TCH server when I noticed the MySQL version is 5.1. This triggered a thought. A few minutes research and I found this article: http://blog.cpanel.net/mysql-5-1-end-of-life/ When will I see MySQL 5.5. (or 5.6? 11.42 supports both) on my server? What should I be doing now to make the upgrade easier on you and me?
  3. Excellent news, thank you for allowing me to opt-in to it
  4. http://releases.cpanel.net/releases/11-42/paper-lantern/ http://go.cpanel.net/paperlantern It's a new theme from cPanel. Once 11.42 reaches my particular server will I be able to switch to it?
  5. So far my favorites, from using the demo server, are: 1. Using the full width of my browser window 2. Larger group headers 3. Icons in the group headers I hope this doesn't take a year, or more, to deliver....
  6. I noticed that cPanel are developing a new theme for cPanel: x4 http://themes.cpanel.net/x4/ Has anyone had opportunity to use it? What do you think of it? Using their demo server, I noticed the thermometers in the sidebar are easier to read. The colors really stand out now, which make them more obvious. I'm not a fan though of white text on orange background.
  7. I really like the new look of the TCH web sites. Even more I appreciate the life the people of TCH are breathing into its community. The community is a more challenging aspect of running a modern tech company, and communication with the community can so easily go by the wayside. Thank you for all your effort.
  8. Morrowind, Skyrim, Minecraft, not necessarily in that order. My metric is "how much time have I devoted to this game?" With Morrowind it's 600+. The other two are "only" in the 200 hour range.
  9. Just wanted to write a big thank you for that
  10. The above is pretty harmless. Some visitors to your webmail URL have the google toolbar installed. The toolbar is apparently confused and trying to load the favicon for the X3 webmail. As you noticed, there are two different versions of the toolbar doing this. That likely means there are two different comptuers, behind a firewall or proxy, that are accessing webmail. Based upon the log snippets you provided, this is a likely scenario ( using example.com in place of your website): 1. Person1 accesses example.com/webmail 2. Because /webmail is valid, a 200 status is logged in the domain log for example.com 3. The google toolbar gets confused by something in the server response ( some conjecture here as hard data is not available ) 4. The google toolbar attempts to fetch the favicon for webmail, using an invalid URI. This results in the 404 entry in your domain log 5. Person2 accesses example.com/webmail 6. Steps 2 - 4 are repeated for Person2, who also has the google tool bar It looks like both requests are originating on AT&T's network from Milwaukee, Wisconsin ( i.e. milwwi.sbcglobal.net ). One thing to keep in mind is any domain on a cPanel server will serve up the webmail interface, regardless of whether the email account is associated with the domain or not.
  11. When performing MySQL backups using the Root/Reseller override feature* then a valid .my.cnf file needs to exist in the user's home directory. Otherwise the resulting file with be zero bytes. * Root/Reseller override: this feature allows one to login to a user's cPanel interface using a combination of the username and the root or reseller password. In this scenario the login does not have access to the MySQL password ( since it is managed by MySQL which handles its own authentication ). Hence the need for a .my.cnf in the account's home directory. The .my.cnf file needs to contain the user name and password and often looks like: > [client] user='username' pass='temp123' Please note that the permissions on the .my.cnf file should be 0600 since the MySQL password is often the same as the account password. if a .my.cnf file exists in the user's home directory, but contains the wrong information then everything will appear to work but no backup will actually occur. If no .my.cnf exists then cPanel will generate an ugly error message.
  12. Aside from the options listed above, you can also compress the desired folder within the cPanel File Manager, then download the resulting file.
  13. telcor

    Gpc

    A few points to keep in mind: 1. GPC is deprecated and will be removed in PHP 6 ( http://us.php.net/manual/en/info.configura...agic-quotes-gpc ) 2. GPC should not be relied upon to properly escape values intended for insertion into a Database. It was a kludge added to make string escaping easy and results in far too many XSS attacks. Instead, use one of the following methods. 3. If using the regular MySQL PHP Extension, use the mysql_real_escape_string function ( http://us.php.net/manual/en/function.mysql...cape-string.php ). This function allows you to take into consideration character sets ( which GPC nor mysql_escape_string do not). 4. If using the MySQLi PHP Extension, use Prepared ( http://us.php.net/manual/en/mysqli.prepare.php ) statements. There is a mysqi_real_escape_string function, but really one should learn how to use Prepared Statements. Or even better, use a Database Abstraction library such as the excellent ADODB ( http://adodb.sourceforge.net/ ).
  14. If you look at cPanel's version list (http://layer1.cpanel.net), cPanel 11.24 is only available in the EDGE and CURRENT branches of cPanel. These branches get updated rather frequently and tend toward a higher deficiency rate. TCH stays on STABLE (thank you TCH ) which tends toward a lower deficiency rate. cPanel 11.24 has to be pushed into the RELEASE branch before it can be pushed into STABLE. /me remembers to make a backup in anticipation
  15. Yeah, I was a bit tired when I posted that. It should have read as more of "Look! New Feature that will be available sometime in the future!" So I'll do a little re-write of the original post. EDIT: OK, so I didn't know there was a window on Editing. Thus the better worded post is: The EDGE builds of cPanel currently have support for Proxy access to cPanel. This allows access to cPanel functionality via the following URLs: cpanel.example.com whm.example.com webmail.example.com Replace example.com with your domain name. This works for SSL and non-SSL access methods. As noted above, this is in the EDGE branch only at this time (for those unware, normal progression is EDGE -> CURRENT -> RELEASE -> STABLE; I believe TCH uses only the STABLE branch), hence not immediately available in our accounts. Access happens as with any other website, so those behind restrictive firewalls will be able to access the full functionality of cPanel, Webmail and WHM without current frustrations caused by firewalls. More information can be found in the cPanel change log (http://changelog.cpanel.net) and on the cPanel forum (search for cPanel Proxy).
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