How to Install Cpanel on Linux Print

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cPanel is popular Linux-based web hosting control panel. It provides a graphical user interface to easily manage and host multiple websites on a single Virtual Private Server (VPS) or dedicated server. You can perform anumber of tasks (uploading files, creating emails, setting cron jobs, handling databases, etc.) using this tool.

cPanel provides a user-level access interface where users can manage their web hosting. WHM (Web Host Manager) provides a root and reseller level access interface where users can manage settings related to server administration and account management.

  • Log on to VPS server.

  • Install Perl.
     yum –y install perl

  • Download and Install WHM
    Download and run the following WHM installation script: 
    "cd /home && curl -o latest -L && sh latest"



  • Setting up WHM

Using your web browser, go to "https://your-server-ip:2087" to access WHM.

IMPORTANT TIP: Make sure you are using "https" to access WHM in your web browser!

When you see the following screen, login with username "root" and your root password.


Read and accept the license agreement then enter your contact information and valid email address. Specify DNS resolvers and network device (Ethernet port), then proceed to the next step. Then add additional IP addresses (if you have them, or you can skip this). Now, you need to choose your nameserver configuration from 4 options. BIND is recommended. If you don't want to run a DNS server on your local machine, you can choose the "Disabled" option. Then enter nameservers, for example "" and," then add A Entries for your hostname. Now, you can configure your FTP server. PURE-FTPD is recommended. Enable cPHulk with standard settings, then proceed to the next step. Next, you are asked if you want to use file system quotas. The recommended option is "Use file system quotas." Click on "Finish Setup Wizard." Finally enable or disable features, and click on "Save Settings.". You will now see the WHM homepage


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