Cyber Panel is an open source free web hosting panel that uses Open Lite Speed web server. It has two versions: free and corporate. The free version uses Open Lite Speed, and the enterprise version uses the Lite Speed web server. It offers many features such as AutoSSL, backup and restore, and multiple website hosting. In this guide, we will learn how to install and configure the Cyber Panel on Centos 8. So, let’s get started.
Installing Cyber Panel on CentOS 8
By default there are no packages in the Centos 8 software repository for Cyber Panel. Thus, we have to get its installer as follows using the terminal:
# cd /tmp # wget -O installer.sh https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh
After that, run the installer using the following command, make sure you have root privileges to run this command:
# sh installer.sh
You will see the following output:
Enter 1 and press to come in…
The next step will look like this:
Type 1 and hit Enter, as we are installing the free version:
If you want to download the full version of Cyber Panel, enter at and press enter.
Cyber Panel will be installed now along with all its extensions.
By default Cyber Panel uses TCP port 8090 to allow network access, add a firewall rule by using the following command:
# firewall-cmd –add-port=8090/tcp –permanent # firewall-cmd –reload
Cyber Panel setup
To configure Cyber Panel, go to the IP address of your server with the port number, you will see the login pageIP address: 8090>.
Enter your username (admin) and the default password (1234567), you will be redirected to the Cyber Panel control panel.
Now you can customize Cyber Panel according to your needs.
In this tutorial, we have learned how to install and configure Cyber Panel on CentOS8. I hope this guide helps you understand the Cyber panel.
How to install and configure Cyber Panel on CentOS 8