How to Install cPanel on CentOs

How To Install cPanel on CentOS

 

Step One—Update your System


To begin the cPanel installation, log into your server as “root”.
Using putty login via SSH

Once you are logged into your VPS, you can proceed to update your system:
Type the following 

# yum install wget -y
#  yum install perl -y
#  yum update -y

Once the system is up to date go in the home directory:
# cd /home

Now we need to download cPanel ;
# wget -N http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/latest

Time to execute the file
# sh latest

Once the cPanel installation completes, the server will be ready.

Step Two—Access Your cPanel 


After your server reboots, you can access CPanel by going to your domain or IP address in the browser.
http://SERVERIP:2086

Your login credentials are:
username: root
password: YOURROOTPASSWORD
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