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CentOS Web Panel Installation Guide Tutorial

CentOS Web Panel Installation Guide Tutorial

CentOS Web Panel is a Free Web Hosting control. It is specially designed for the management of Dedicated & VPS servers. CentOS web panel or in short CWP automatically installs full LAMP on your desired server.

In this post, We will show you the method to install CentOS web panel.

 CentOS Web Panel Installation Guide Tutorial

Hardware Requirements
32 bit operating systems require a minimum of 512 MB RAM
64 bit operating systems require a minimum of 1024 MB RAM
4 GB+ RAM

Software Requirements
CentOS 6, RedHat 6 or CloudLinux 6, MINIMAL installation and English version only
CentOS 7 is also supported

CentOS Web Panel Installation Guide Tutorial

At first you need to setup Hostname
Run the following command to setup Hostname. Eg. hst1.example.com

hostname hst1.example.com

After setting up Hostname, Now you need to setup server IP addresses
You need to define additional IP address, subnet address, and default gateway IP address for your server.

Install required packages for CWP installation

yum -y install wget

After installing required packages, You need to update your server to the latest version. Run the following command to update your system to latest version.

yum -y update

Reboot your server after updating the system to latest version so that all updates can take affect.

reboot

WP installer can run more than 30 minutes, because it needs to compile apache and php from source.

For CentOS 6:

Run the following command in CentOS 6 to install CWP:

cd /usr/local/src
wget http://centos-webpanel.com/cwp-latest
sh cwp-latest

For CentOS 7:

Run the following command in CentOS 7:

cd /usr/local/src
wget http://centos-webpanel.com/cwp-el7-latest
sh cwp-el7-latest

After installing, reboot your system or server so that all updates can take affect.

reboot

 

Now, After rebooting the system, log in to your CWP server.
Url Address: http://SERVER-IP:2030/
Username: root
Password: your root password

Now, Perform the following setup:

  1.  Setup nameservers
  2.  Setup shared ip (must be your public IP address)
  3. Setup at least one hosting package (or edit default package)
  4. Setup root email

Finally, It’s done.

Let us know if there is something missing in this article.

 



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