CentOS Web Panel Update

CentOS Web Panel has automatic updates which are done via crontab.

When a new version is released, your server will automatically update within 48 hours.

If you just purchased your CWP Pro, the automatic update will happen by itself, but not instantly.

If you want to force update you can do that by executing the following command through SSH or the Send Shell function of CWP.

send shell command

sh /usr/local/cwpsrv/htdocs/resources/scripts/update_cwp


sh /scripts/update_cwp

Once you have pro, you can also press the Update CWP button to run the update.

If you have issues with the CWP update then you should contact support.

There is a ChangeLog on the website, but unfortunately it is not kept up-to-date.

ChangeLog for CentOS 6

Filezilla: The Server’s Certificate Is Unknown (Solved)

Filezilla The Server's Certificate Is Unknown

Filezilla: The server’s certificate is unknown error prevents you from connecting to your server over secure FTP connection.

As now all is moving to https it’s also good to enable SSL/TLS for FTP to protect plain text login credentials.

As you can see on the above screenshot, the server SSL certificate seems to be expired, even though we know that this is not the case.

Obviously the FTP server is pulling the the wrong certificate. Read More