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Installation Guide – cPanel Install


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Use operating system Centos 64bit with 4GB Ram and at least 50GB Disk.

Login to your server using SSH and using port 22 user: root

To install cPanel & WHM on your server, run the following 1 line command:

cd /home && curl -o latest -L https://securedownloads.cpanel.net/latest && sh latest

This command changes your session to the home directory, downloads the latest version of cPanel & WHM, and runs the installation script.

Notes:

After installing setup the hostname etc within the panel or from your host/Domain/DNS manager.

Enable CSF Firewall if not already enabled and configure for your needs.

Install/Activate Mod Security and ensure it is enabled and configured correctly.

Change default ports and consider using SSH keys for example.

The best thing about cPanel is you can usually always find solutions to problems by simply asking Google search (google.com/NCR)

Example: cpanel php version change

You could change the search term to something more along the lines of:

cpanel php version change help solved tutorial fix error

For further information and guidelines please visit cPanel Official

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