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  1. Next time I will open a new topic. Thank you for the help!
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  2. There you go https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html#hostname=luan.eng.br
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  3. Please create your own topic next time. Split and escalating to our root admin.
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  4. No, it's not even done on Tommy, the first server to see it. Right now we are waiting for the actual script to be completed. We don't know when this will happen. Please remain patient. Thank you.
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  5. There you go https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html#hostname=stamphaus.nl and https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html#hostname=cj7limited.nl
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  6. Sorry about that and thank you for merging the emails. I'll stick with this forum and monitor this post for when the SSL certificate files I just uploaded have been successfully installed. Thank you again.
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  7. There you go https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html#hostname=jurisconsult.mg
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  8. This support request is being escalated to our root admins.
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  9. That's because I moved it for you.
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  10. There are two parts to this setup: 1. On your registrar's site (such as Namecheap.com, GoDaddy.com, etc., the one you bought your domain from) set up the appropriate records (normally A and AAAA are enough, just A if you do not care about ipv6) to point to your host. You should have received the appropriate addresses in your VPS invitation. These records have to be set up or each subdomain. 2. On your server (Apache or nginx) set up virtual hosts (again, one for each subdomain). Let's Encrypt certificates have to be generated for each virtual host if you want the pages to be served over https. See some examples here. These virtual hosts will be served from the same IP, and Apache will use the request headers to decide which host to direct the request to. Alex
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  11. You have root access to your VPS so you can enable remote access yourself if you want to. Try out a guide like this https://www.bigbinary.com/blog/configure-postgresql-to-allow-remote-connection If you can't figure it out let us know and we can do it for you, but I prefer for people to at least attempt to learn how to do things like this on their own because it's a great learning opportunity for you.
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  12. There you go https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html#hostname=flyrutacavirtual.cf
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  13. This support request is being escalated to our root admins.
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  14. Username: nulineng, Server: Tommy, Main domain: nulinenggani.com how do i renew my license so i can login to my cpanel?
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  15. If you used the force HTTPS option in cPanel to do it, I believe it adds it in the Apache config for your domain. Krydos would need to remove it manually... Escalating.
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  16. 14 years later? Talk about digging up the dead...
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  17. Confirmed system update of co.vu. New registration is now possible. https://codotvu.co/ It has been changed to authentication using Google. Discord reports that signing up fails. I used to register co.vu with Gmail. It logs in and works.
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  18. Hello, I thought I'd take a couple of minutes to say just how much I appreciate HelioHost and I'm really glad it's still around, as without it I would not be where I am today. Before HelioHost I was using silly things like Weebly and/or Webs, not doing proper coding just placing together a website and seeing what came out of it. Then when I was in school, someone I knew had started making a website by coding in HTML and CSS and they mentioned it was hosted on a subdomain by HelioHost, so I took a look, back then it was a nightmare to get your website up and running on HelioHost, or I was just really stupid.. probably the second one. After I managed to get it sorted out and running, I logged in and was amazed at what I saw. I loved the freedom I got with the free webhosting and subdomain, it was a whole new world. Then I was purchased a CSS/HTML book and I started taking tips from that and tips from the internet, and over time I progressed to become a better website developer, even now I'm not the best but I can make do and I get the things I want done.. my websites have improved since a few years ago too and I've even made some websites for people and been paid for it! I was using HelioHost on and off for a good year or two before I stepped away and looked into getting my own domain and some webhosting from another place as HelioHost took a little tumble and had regular issues, then I went into new projects and a few years later joined up with a friend to make a very popular music website (SmashLeaks) which unfortunately has now closed down, we used Wordpress for this and I did coding as and when I could to improve the site. More recently I made a website for my Mother's work, a website for a hobby she enjoys (which I was paid for) and I'm currently working on making a website for a Parkour and Free-running group called TeamShift. I honestly feel though, that without HelioHost I would not have made it to where I am today, I'm working at a company called PlugPayPlay which sells gameserver hosting, etc, but I would never have got into this if I had never got into webhosting as it all sprung off of each other, from web development to gaming to joining the company. I joined in October 2011 but was there for a short while before leaving, then rejoined in May 2012 and have officially been here an entire year now and I've progressed to become the Director of Sales and Marketing and have helped to take the company to new heights. I'd like to take this chance to thank HelioHost for existing as without it my life could have been completely different. If you're considering web development, then go for it, just do it, what do you have to lose? Start out like I did, a noobie to it all and learn from the professionals. Use free templates, modify them, that's another way that I learnt was modifying existing templates and learning how the code works and why. It was only recently yesterday that it came to my attention HelioHost still exist and I'm so glad that they do, HelioHost helped massively. Thank you.
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  19. Yeah...that's not surprising. HelioHost does not tolerate phishing activity of any type, whether it be phishing websites, emails, or the sale or distribution of software for phishing. Can you explain what you were planning to do with it?
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