In this article, we will show you how to make a working CentOS Web Panel Installation. To avoid any issues during and after the installations follow those rules. You would need a VPS or Dedicated Server with a 64bit OS at least 1GB of ram and at least 20GB available space.
First, we prepare the server or VPS for CentOS Web Panel
yum -y install wget yum -y update reboot
After the reboot is finished you would need a hostname for the server you are installing CWP on.
To do that log into your server and type in the following:
As you have noticed the hostname is recommended to be a subdomain rather than the main domain.
Download CentOS Web Panel
What follows are the steps you need to follow to get CWP on your CentOS 6 server:
cd /usr/local/src wget http://centos-webpanel.com/cwp-latest sh cwp-latest
Here are the installation steps for CentOS 7 server:
cd /usr/local/src wget http://centos-webpanel.com/cwp-el7-latest sh cwp-el7-latest
After the screen has stopped moving which takes around 30-40 minutes you need to reboot your server to complete the installation:
That is it now you have CentOS Web Panel on your VPS or Dedicated Server.
To Log into your control panel as root use the following link:
assword: is your root password.
Now you need to Set up name server
DNS Functions > Edit Nameserver IP
Set Up shared IP
CWP settings>Edit Settings>write the shared IP(it usually is already there the main IP for your Server)
Set one hosting package so it is available to be assigned
Go to package>add package>fill in the info and limits of the package
Set up root email
Got to CWP settings> Edit Settings>write the root email for the CWP