What you can do with the Control Panel - Linux Hosting Section

Aruba provides all its customers with a Control Panel which can be used to manage the settings of the services.

Here below are the applications included in the control panel of the Linux Hosting service:

In section N°1, “Control Panel”, besides the general tools indicated in the provided guide, you will find the following application:

  FTP TEST – A tool which allows you to check the Ftp connection of your domain.

In section N°2, “Domain Management”, you can access the menu of the Linux area:


 
The interface of the section has many functions like:

   FILE MANAGER – This application allows you to make changes to your web space, by creating, editing, renaming files or folders, change permissions or remove them.

PROTECTION FOR LINUX HOSTING DIRECTORY – Useful for creating password protected areas (only via web and not FTP). Access to the Directories is protected according to the guidelines of the AuthType group, guidelines which may only be accessed using .htaccess files.


 APPLICATIONS INSTALLER: with a few simple clicks this new tool allows you to install and manage various applications (Joomla! - Drupal - Coppermine  - Os Commerce - WordPress – Sugar Crm – PhpBB) on your web space with Linux Hosting.
N.B. The use of this tool requires a MySql Database.

For more information on the Applications Installer service see the relevant guides.


 SCHEDULED TASKS: this application allows you to schedule the launch of  an application found in web space of the domain and program operations based on specified dates and times.

For further information on how to use the service see our guides.

MySql DataBase: From this section you can access the MySQL Customer Area where it is possible to manage the activation/renewal orders  of the MySQL Databases, useful for managing the applications.

    Linux Hosting Services – Used to view the error logs, to check and restore the permissions of the folders, test the PHP mail function, test the PHP and CGI scripts.



Linux Hosting Control Panel - Control Panel for managing the Linux web space. This control panel provides various tools:
FileManager, Protection of a Directory, Service Area.

N.B.: By clicking directly on the  Linux Hosting Service section, and from the
 Linux Hosting Control Panel section, and going to "Tools and Settings" you can manage the following options: 
  PHP mail Function () Test
This tool checks that the e-mail sending functions via Php scripts are working correctly. To perform the test simply click this icon and enter an email address for receiving the test e-mail in the required field.

  PHP – info () Test
A useful tool for those who need detailed information on the configuration of applications in PHP.

  PHP  version option
This tool allows you to choose, at any time, the PHP version that you wish to use.

   Customisation of the PHP.INI file
This tool is used to customise and adapt the PHP.INI file (a configuration file capable of checking the different aspects of php language) based on the used applications. This button opens a window where you can select the PHP.INI file that you wish to adapt based on the CMS to be installed in your web space. (This function is only available for those who use php5).

  CGI Test
This tool performs a Test, via a Perl script, which provides useful information for the configuration of certain applications.

  Software Information
This tool shows a page which lists all the versions of the languages installed on the Server where your Web Space is hosted.

 Error log display
This tool displays the last list of error Logs in your web space.

  Permission Repair
This Tool allows you to restore the permissions of all the folders (without making any distinctions) found in the web space, putting them back to their original state. Therefore we recommend that you only use this tool in case of serious malfunctions.

Linux Applications Installer
This tool allows you to manage and install new applications. It is possible to install and manage multiple applications, and also remove them.


For more details on the Linux File manager use the online Video Guide of the Aruba Vademecum.