cPanel-Linux application paths

Here is a list of commonly used paths:

The webroot path is /home/username/public_html

The path to your email is /home/username/mail/domain.name/user’s name/

The save session path is /home/username/tmp

The path to AWStats is /home/username/tmp/awstats

The path to cgi is /home/username/public_html/cgi-bin/ or /var/www/cgi-bin

The path to Perl is /usr/local/bin/perl

The local path to Sendmail is /usr/sbin/sendmail

The path to PHP is /usr/bin/php

The path to Zend Optimizer is /usr/local/Zend

The path to MySQL is /var/lib/mysql

The path to Mysqldump is /usr/bin/mysqldump

The path to Pear is /usr/bin/pear

The path to Python is /usr/bin/python

The path to Python 2.7 is /usr/local/bin/python2.7

The path to openSSL is /usr/bin/openssl

The FTP root path is /home/username/ (only accessible if using the cPanel login)

The FTP directory path is /public_html/ or just leave blank

The path to Aspell is /usr/bin/aspell

The local path to ImageMagick is /usr/bin/

The local path to convert with ImageMagick is one of the following…

/usr/bin/convert
/usr/local/bin/convert
/usr/bin/X11/convert

The path to the GD2 library is /usr/lib

The path to the GD2 include directory is /usr/include

The path to rsync is /usr/bin/rsync

Path to Exim logs is /var/log/exim_mainlog

Path to Alias files is /etc/valiases/

The path to PHPmyadmin is http://yourdomain.com:2082/3rdparty/phpMyAdmin/index.php

The path for sbin is /usr/sbin – but is not accessable.

The path for cgi-sys is /var/cpanel/cgi-sys

The path to Apache on a Linux server is /usr/local/apache

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