How to install "CentOS webpage panel" on CentOS"
About CentOS webpage panel
There are currently many free or paid control panels. Today, we will discuss the CentOS web page Panel (CWP), which is specially designed for RPM-based releases such as CentOS, RHEL, and Scientific Linux. CWP is a free and open-source control panel that can be widely used to easily configure a web hosting environment. Unlike other control panels, CWP can automatically deploy LAMP software stacks and Varnish cache servers.
CWP has many features and free services. As mentioned above, CWP will automatically install a full set of LAMP services (apache, php, phpmyadmin, webmail, mailserver, etc.) on your server ).
List of software installed and configured during CWP Installation
- Apache Web Server
- Python 5.4
- MySQL + phpMyAdmin
- Postfix + Dovecot + roundcube webmail
- CSF Firewall
- File System Lock (all your files will be locked and modified without modifying the website)
- Backups; AutoFixer for server configuration
- CloudLinux + CageFS + PHP Selector
- Softaculous-script Installer (free and platinum)
- Varnish Cache Server
- Compile Apache from code
- Apache re-compilation + additional modules
- Apache server status, Configuration
- Edit Apache Virtual Host and virtual host templates, including configuration
- Rebuilding all Apache Virtual Hosts
- SuPHP & suExec
- Mod Security + OWASP rules
- Tomcat 8 Server Management
- DoS Protection
- Support for Perl cgi scripts
- PHP switch (switch between PHP versions such as 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5)
- PHP selector: select the PHP version of each user or file (PHP 4.4, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5)
- Simple php Editor
- Simple php. ini generator on the user panel
- PHP plugin
- PHP. ini Editor & PHP information and list Module
- Each account has one php. ini
- FFMPEG for Video Stream websites
- CloudLinux + PHP Selector
- Add, list, edit, and remove users
- User Supervision
- Shell Access Management
- User restriction Management
- Process Restriction
- Restrict access to files
- User FTP & File Manager
- CloudLinux + CageFS
- Private IP address of each account
- Add, edit, list, and remove DNS Blocks
- Edit the IP address of the Domain Name Service
- DNS block template editor
- New easy-to-use DNS block Manager (with ajax)
- New DNS block list with additional google resolution information (detect rDNS, Domain Name Service, etc. at the same time ...)
- Postfix & dovecot
- Email and alias
- Roundcube webmail
- Postfix Message Queue
- RDNS checker Module
- Spam Interception
- SPF & DKIM Integration
- Rebuild the Postfix/Dovecot email server with anti-virus and anti-spam protection
- Email auto-responder
- CPU core and clock Information
- Memory usage information
- Detailed disk status
- Software information such as kernel version and normal running time.
- Server Status
- ChkConfig Management
- Network port usage
- Network Configuration
- Sshd Configuration
- Automatic repair (check important configurations and try Automatic repair)
- Monitoring services, such as top, apache status, and mysql
- Use the Java SSH Terminal/console in the panel
- Server configuration (such as Apache, PHP, and MySQL)
- Run Command lines on the screen/background
- CSF Firewall
- SSL Generator
- SSL Certificate Management
- CloudLinux + CageFS
- MySQL Database Management
- Add a local or remote user
- List of MySQL processes monitored in real time
- Create and remove Databases
- Add additional users to each database
- MySQL Server Configuration
- PostgreSQL and phpPgAdmin support
- TeamSpeak 3 Manager
- Shoutcast Manager
- Automatic update
- Backup Manager
- File Manager
- Virtual FTP users for each domain name
- CPanel account migration (recovery of files, databases and database users)
Install the CentOS webpage panel on CentOS 6
During this tutorial, CWP only supports the CentOS 6. x version. It is not supported in CentOS 7 and later versions.
Before installing CWP, you must know the following information:
- CWP only supports static IP addresses. It does not support dynamic or internal IP addresses.
- CWP does not uninstall the program. After you install CWP, you must reinstall the server to remove it.
- You can only install CWP on a newly installed operating system without any configuration changes.
- A 32-bit operating system requires at least 512 mb ram.
- The 64-bit system requires 1024 mb ram.
- At least 20 GB of hard disk space is required.
If it is tested on VirtualBox, 640 mb ram and 10 GB disk space are enough.
First install the wget package, which is required to download CWP.
yum install wget -y
Use the command to update your server:
yum update -y
Restart once to activate the update.
Go to the/usr/local/src/directory:
Run the following command to download the latest CWP version:
If an error occurs in the above URL, use the following link instead.
Then run the following command to install CWP:
The installation process lasts for 30 minutes or more, depending on your network speed.
Finally, you will see the following information about the installation. Write down some details, such as the mysql superuser password and CWP logon URL. You will need them later. Press Enter to restart the system.
After restarting the system, you will see the CWP welcome logon information.
The default web page control ports of CWP are 2030 (http) and 2031 (https ). You should allow the two ports through the firewall/route to remotely access the CWP Network Console.
Edit the iptables file:
Add the following content:
-A INPUT -p tcp -m state --state NEW -m tcp --dport 2030-j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p tcp -m state --state NEW -m tcp --dport 2031-j ACCEPT
Save and close the file. Update the iptables service to make the change take effect.
service iptables restart
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