There are various reasons to access the system console. To access the System Console, you must be logged into WHM. If you have not logged in before, please see: Logging into WHM.
Once logged in:
- Login to WHM.
- In the Search box on the left-side panel, locate and expand the Server Configuration section and select Terminal from the list.
- The first time you access the terminal, you will see a warning stating:
Warning Exercise extreme caution if you use this interface. Misuse of command line tools can destroy data or even render your server unusable.
- Click the button labeled I understand and want to proceed to continue. A terminal will then open.
- Congratulations, you can begin using Linux commands to manage your server.
Warning: Commands that you enter in this interface can render your server inoperable. We strongly recommend that only users with command-line experience use this feature.
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