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Old 11-06-2006, 10:36 AM   #1
furqan_sindhu
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cpanel linux vps


hey guys !!!

i got a linux based cpanel vps server. now server is there, but it has been crashed. how can i reinstall cpanel and apache on the server. can anyone pls refer me to some good article or tutorial about it.

secondly, i made modifications in httpd.conf file and the server was gone. so i restored apache by using httpd.conf.bak , the backup file. is there any cpanel file that can be restored to bring the cpanel in its original brand new form ????
 
  


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