How To Install Webuzo Control Panel In Your Server

This article describes how to install Softaculous’ Webuzo. Webuzo includes a control panel and an application installer.

To install Webuzo, you must have root access to the server.

STEP 1: REMOVE DEFAULT APACHE INSTALLATION

Apache is pre-installed on unmanaged VPS packages. Before you install Webuzo, you should remove the pre-installed Apache packages. To do this, follow the appropriate procedure for your Linux distribution.

CentOS and Fedora

To remove Apache from CentOS and Fedora, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your server using SSH.
  2. To find all installed Apache packages, type the following command:
    yum list installed | grep http
    

    To remove the Apache packages, type the following command:

    yum remove httpd httpd-tools
    

    This command removes all relevant Apache packages on a newly-provisioned VPS. If you have manually installed additional Apache packages, you may have to manually uninstall them.

Debian and Ubuntu

To remove Apache from Debian and Ubuntu, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your server using SSH.
  2. To find all installed Apache packages, type the following command:
    apt list --installed | grep apache2
  3. To remove the Apache packages, type the following command:
    apt-get remove apache2
  4. To ensure all unneeded dependencies are removed, type the following command:
    apt-get autoremove
    

This command removes all relevant Apache packages on a newly-provisioned VPS. If you have manually installed additional Apache packages, you may have to manually uninstall them.

STEP 2: INSTALL WEBUZO

After you have removed the default Apache installation, you are ready to install Webuzo. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your server using SSH.
  2. As the root user, type the following command at the command prompt:
    wget http://files.webuzo.com/install.sh

This command downloads the Webuzo installation script to your server.

 

  1. To make the installation script executable, type the following command:

    chmod 700 install.sh
  2. To run the installation script, type the following command:
    ./install.sh

When the installation script finishes, it displays the configuration URL. The configuration URL is http://ip_address:2004, where ip_address represents your server’s IP address.
Use your web browser to go to the configuration URL. The Webuzo Initial Setup page appears.
In the User Name text box, type a username.
In the Email Address text box, type the user’s e-mail address.
In the Password and Re-enter Password text boxes, type the user’s password.
In the Primary Domain text box, type the server’s domain name or IP address.
In the NameServer 1 and NameServer 2 text boxes, type the primary and secondary name servers for the domain.

 

If you do not have name servers for the server, type ns1.example.com and ns2.example.com.

If you have a license key, type it in the License Key text box. Otherwise, leave this text box empty.

For more information about Webuzo license pricing, please visit http://webuzo.com/pricing.

13. Click Install.

Do not navigate away from the page or interrupt the installation process. The installation process can take a few minutes.

  1. When the installation process finishes, the Installation completed successfullypage appears.
    • To access the Webuzo control panel, use port 2004. For example, if your domain name is example.com, use http://example.com:2004.
    • To access the Webuzo application installer, use port 2002. For example, if your domain name is example.com, use http://example.com:2002.

MORE INFORMATION

For more information about Webuzo, please visit http://www.webuzo.com.

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