Need expert for initial cPanel setup and connect to WHMCS/Products

Started by gnh73, Jun 18, 2022, 02:20 AM

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gnh73Topic starter

Hi Everyone,

We are a new hosting company in the UK with our own physical hardware on site looking to set up our first cPanel server and connect it correctly to WHMCS. We also need a product creating that can autoprovision.

The object here is to get the first one done right and then to use it as a template for everything moving forwards.

Ideally we would like to form a partnership we can continue to work with in the future and you would become our one stop shop for all things WHMCS/cPanel related.

We need to understand the relationships between components, security, provisioning and more.

If you have the experience please do drop me a line.




Сергей Нижегородцев

Hi Tony,

We can help you with the Webhosting setup with WHM and integrated with WHMCS to sell hosting products. We had done the same for 3 companies before.

Please message through skype or our live chat.


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It may also be necessary to set write permissions for various files and folders. The default folder permissions are 755 and you don't need to change them to 777, 755 permissions are enough for writing, and with 777 permissions everything can stop working. The bilk permissions for files are 644, and if there are requirements to write to some files, then change their permissions also to 755 (not 777)

refresh the page with the installation. Everything must go further. If not - contact those support of our hosting - they will help you.

The simplest remains. Follow the instructions in the installation scripts. We fill in all the forms as required, specify the DB, username and password for it (we created them in step 2), the database host is localhost. Next, we enter various data, such as the name of the site, the data of the future site administrator, and so on. Click next, next and to the end, we see a message about the successful installation, after which we delete the installation script via FTP or through the file manager.