cPanel is one of the most prestigious web hosting control panel for Linux that help website owners and developers manage servers and websites. It offers several user-friendly functions, designed to make it easier for you to manage your hosting account. If you are running CentOS 6 and are planning to use cPanel, this article will show you how to do install the program. Read on.
Anything I need to know first before installing cPanel on my OS?
Actually, there are a few.
First, although it is very simple to install cPanel, the script that runs through it may take several hours to complete. Second, yes, there is an annual licensing fee that costs around $200. Check out cPanel’s buying page and choose the pricing and tools that are suited for your needs. And lastly, cPanel does not come with an uninstaller. Meaning, you need to completely restore the server in order to remove it from your system—just in case you didn’t find the tool useful to you.
More Technical Prerequisites
There are several ways to install cPanel on your OS, only this article will show you one of the most common (and effective) ways that suits almost all versions of your OS.
We will be showing commands on how to do so. Simply copy and paste them to avoid errors. Let’s begin with installing screen and wget.
Once you have opened the cPanel and entered the page, you now have full access to whatever plugins and tools, which come with the product. Explore them and have fun with your new control panel!