We’ve added a few more Linux distributions to our arsenal! CentOS 5.6 – This is a maintenance release upgrading our previous image to the latest version of the CentOS 5 tree. In addition we also added the yum-fastestmirror and perl packages to this image. For more information about this Linux distribution go to http://www.centos.org Scientific… Read more »
When NDCHost was started back in 2002, we searched high and low for a customer billing solution that would fit all of our needs. Nine years later and we are still using that same billing solution; but times are changing and we have out-grown the current system. We set out again to find a new… Read more »
VPS customers now have the ability to deploy 64bit CentOS 5 virtual servers! Look for more 64bit Linux distributions to come! – Note – Customers should only choose a 64bit install if they truly require a 64bit OS. Using a 64bit version will result in your VPS using more memory/resources than it would have as… Read more »
That’s right! Just one more reason to choose NDCHost.com as your cPanel license provider! Until today customers needed to contact support any time they wanted to add, remove, cancel or change the IP of a cPanel license. This is no longer the case, and customers can now easily manage their own cPanel licenses by logging… Read more »
Some of you reading this may be familiar with a script we wrote a few years back called cleanbackups. For those of you who are not, the basic principle of this script was to clean your cPanel backup directory by removing backups that were still hanging around for accounts that had been removed. The previous… Read more »
A few years ago we wrote a cPanel/WHM plugin that would turn a DNS-Only install of cPanel into a backup mailserver. This plugin was never advertised on our web site and was mainly sold to customers looking for a high-availability mail solution. Well, that’s no longer the case! We now have hosted and self-hosted packages… Read more »
cPanel’s Quality Assurance team discovered a bug within the SpamAssassin ruleset that will mark messages sent in the year 2010 (that’s today) and beyond with a higher spam score than expected. This bug can result in legitimate mail being flagged as spam. To fix this bug you can run the following as root on the… Read more »
All of us here at NDCHost would like to wish all our customers a Happy New Year! Be safe out there tonight!