It there's a few days of this, I bought a dedicated server at OVH with CentOS and cPanel preinstalled. I started to create accounts for my clients and now when they access their accounts and change their passwords, they can not access their accounts to their new or password or with the old.
I have installed Cpanel on a CentOS by these commands :
wget -N http://layer1.cpanel.net/latest
After that i lose GUI of CentOS , then i go to webpage of Cpanel but my root password doesn't work ether and then i have check the ssh connection to that server , after entering the root password i get : Access Denied .
I stuck , Please Help .
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