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How to Installing Free CyberPanel and Server Requirements.

How to Installing Free CyberPanel and Server Requirements.

This guide will walk you through how to install the self-hosted CyberPanel control panel on your server, which is independent of CyberPanel Cloud.

Requirements

  • Server with a fresh install of Centos 7.x, Centos 8.x, Ubuntu 18.04 or Ubuntu 20.04
  • Python 3.x
  • 1024MB RAM, or higher
  • 10GB Disk Space

CyberPanel vs CyberPanel Ent

CyberPanel is 100% identical in both versions. The only difference is which web server is running in the back-end.

  1. CyberPanel comes with OpenLiteSpeed and is completely free for an unlimited number of domains and worker processes.
  2. CyberPanel Ent comes with LiteSpeed Web Server Enterprise and it is free for 1 domain. If you need more than 1 domain, you can view our pricing page. The CyberPanel license includes the price of your LiteSpeed Enterprise license.

To learn more about the differences between OpenLiteSpeed and LiteSpeed Web Server Enterprise, please see this comprehensive comparison.

Installing CyberPanel

Step 1: Connect to your server via SSH

The installation of CyberPanel is quite simple. First, log into your server via SSH as the root user (sudo will not work). You can get the login details from your web host.

Step 2: Run the installation script

Run the following command. It will initiate the automated installation script, which will prompt you for a few decisions about which version of LiteSpeed and which add-ons you would like to install.

sh <(curl https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh || wget -O - https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh)

Step 3: Select the version of LiteSpeed that you would like to use

Select which version of LiteSpeed to install. If you select LiteSpeed Enterprise, please ensure that you have obtained a license key first. It is free for 1 domain, but you still need to obtain the key. Visit the pricing table to decide your desired plan.

CyberPanel Installer v2.1.2

RAM check : 184/981MB (18.76%)

Disk check : 7/30GB (27%) (Minimal 10GB free space)

1. Install CyberPanel with OpenLiteSpeed.

2. Install Cyberpanel with LiteSpeed Enterprise.

3. Exit.


  Please enter the number[1-3]:
Please enter the number[13]:
If you do not have any license,
you can also use trial license
(if server has not used trial license before), type TRIAL
Please input your serial number for LiteSpeed WebServer Enterprise:

Step 4: Select options and add-ons

You will be presented with a series of prompts for different options and add-ons that are available.

Full Service (default Y):

  • PowerDNS – This is [ ]…
  • Postfix – This is [ ]…
  • Pure-FTPd – This is [ ]…

Remote MySQL (default N):

  • This is [ ]…

CyberPanel Version (default Latest Version):

  • You can choose to install a previous version of CyberPanel, or press Enter to install the latest

Password (default “1234567”):

  • It is recommended that you use “s” to set your own strong password

Memcached (default Y): 

  • This is [ ]…

Redis (default Y):

  • This is [ ]…

Watchdog (default Yes):

  • This is [ ]…

Step 5: Installation

The installation process will proceed automatically. It will take 5-10 minutes, depending on the speed of your server.

Step 6: Finalize Installation

At the end of the installation process, you will be presented with the following screen which contains important information about your configuration. Select and copy it to a safe location for future reference.

###################################################################
                CyberPanel Successfully Installed

                Current Disk usage : 7/30GB (26%)

                Current RAM  usage : 313/981MB (31.91%)

                Installation time  : 0 hrs 11 min 0 sec

                Visit: https://<your server's IP address>:8090
                Panel username: admin
                Panel password: <the password you set during installation>
                Visit: <your server's IP address>:7080
                WebAdmin console username: admin
                WebAdmin console password: TSXMwny4zVeDg37K

                Visit: https://<your server's IP address>:8090/rainloop/?admin
                Rainloop Admin username: admin
                Rainloop Admin password: gQKFWm9O3nr7Xn

             Run cyberpanel help to get FAQ info
             Run cyberpanel upgrade to upgrade it to latest version.
             Run cyberpanel utility to access some handy tools .

              Website : https://www.cyberpanel.net
              Forums  : https://forums.cyberpanel.net
              Wikipage: https://docs.cyberpanel.net
              Docs    : https://cyberpanel.net/docs/

            Enjoy your accelerated Internet by
                CyberPanel & OpenLiteSpeed
###################################################################
If your provider has a network-level firewall
Please make sure you have opened following port for both in/out:
TCP: 8090 for CyberPanel
TCP: 80, TCP: 443 and UDP: 443 for webserver
TCP: 21 and TCP: 40110-40210 for FTP
TCP: 25, TCP: 587, TCP: 465, TCP: 110, TCP: 143 and TCP: 993 for mail service
TCP: 53 and UDP: 53 for DNS service
Your provider seems blocked port 25 , E-mail sending may not work properly.

Step 7: Restart Server

Would you like to restart your server now? [y/N]: 

Enter “y” to restart. Or enter “reboot” later after you have performed other desired operations.

Step 8: Access CyberPanel

After the successful installation you can access CyberPanel using the details below (make sure to change):
URL: https://<Your Server's IP Address>:8090 
Username: admin
Password: <the password you set during installation>

Troubleshooting

503 Error After Install

If you get a 503 error after installing CyberPanel, you can do one of the following things.
1. Check LSCPD Status.
systemctl status lscpd
If LSCPD is not running, start LSCPD using:
systemctl start lscpd
2. Manually set up virtualevn
source /usr/local/CyberCP/bin/activate
pip install --ignore-installed -r /usr/local/CyberCP/requirments.txt
deactivate
virtualenv --system-site-packages /usr/local/CyberCP
systemctl restart lscpd
3. Install Logs
If you are still having issues after these steps, you can try to find errors in the install logs, they are located at:
/var/log/installLogs.txt
4. Submit Bug Report
If all of the above failed, please submit a bug report.

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