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CWP-Control Web Panel 500 Internal server Error/Expired/White blank screen - FIX

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This tutorial is Created on user’s request, today we’ll fix CWP GUI access, like when your server failed to update CWP or you’ve too strict firewall and its blocking the CWP update server and you’re getting white blank page with expired message in log or even 500 Internal server error for CWP-admin and CWP-user. This is easy to fix from now just follow the below steps one by one.

For Centos7/Centos 8 stream/AlmaLinux/RockyLinux/OracleLinux/EL7/EL8 CWP-Admin :

chattr -i -R /usr/local/cwpsrv/htdocs/admin/
cd /usr/local/cwpsrv/htdocs
wget static.cdn-cwp.com/files/cwp/el7/cwp-el7-
unzip -o -q cwp-el7-
rm -f cwp-el7-

For Centos7/Centos 8 stream/AlmaLinux/RockyLinux/OracleLinux/EL7/EL8 CWP-User :

chattr -i -R /usr/local/cwpsrv/var/services/
cd /usr/local/cwpsrv/var/services/
wget static.cdn-cwp.com/files/cwp/el7/cwp-services.zip
unzip -o -q cwp-services.zip
rm -f cwp-services.zip

After you’ve ran the commands now next step is to update the CWP Server :

sh /scripts/update_cwp

That’s it CWP will be fixed now and you can able to access the GUI for Admin and User.

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