Install Cpanel on Centos dedicated server learn Cpanel/WHM software installation on the virtual private server step by step
Before you install cPanel & WHM on Centos dedicated server or virtual private server make certain that your system meets all of our minimum requirements for new installations.
If you do not already own a license for cPanel & WHM, obtain one for your IP address before you attempt the installation. To obtain a cPanel & WHM license visit cPanel Store
- The cPanel Store offers 15-day test licenses at no cost.
- If no one has ever licensed your IP address before, you will automatically receive a trial license for your IP address.
- You do not need a license to install cPanel DNSONLY.
|Hostname||A registered fully-qualified hostname that does not match any of your server’s domains.|
|Operating system||OS version||Processor||RAM||Disk Space||Architecture|
|CentOS, CloudLinux, or RHEL||6||226 MHz||768 MB||1 GB||20 GB||40 GB||64-bit|
|7||1 GB||2 GB|
Follow below step to install Cpanel on Centos dedicated server or virtual private server
Step:1 log into your server via ssh with username and password. You can try putty to connect server via ssh
Run following commands:
you need to update os run cmd yum update
Perl must exist on your server before the installation script for cPanel & WHM can run successfully. If Perl does not exist during installation, the cPanel & WHM installer attempts to install Perl via the
yum -y install perl command.
Run Cpanel installation script:
&& curl -o latest -L https:
&& sh latest
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