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    If you are using cPanel, I'd highly suggest to either drop all Control Panels altogether, or use some other one. cPanel has been proven to hog a shit load of your server resources ( I think )

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    mkdir /home/cpinstall
    cd /home/cpinstall
    wget http://layer1.cpanel.net/latest
    sh latest

    This will begin the cPanel installation which will take around 30 minutes depending on your server specs.




    When the process has completed

    You should see something like this

    Scanning suexec_log...Done
    ........Cleaning Up...........Done


    Just too be sure cPanel has installed successfully execute
    /scripts/upcp

    Now login too whm

    http://yourip/whm

    You should see this

    It appears this is your first time using Web Host Manager ?. This wizard will guide you though setting up your server.

    Just click Next

    Then accept the Eula
    Fill in the details for your server in the configuration page, such as nameservers, hostname.

    Then hit next, keep doing this until you finalize the install.

    cPanel and WHM should now be installed.
    Lease Reviewed by Lease on . Installing cPanel + WHM If you are using cPanel, I'd highly suggest to either drop all Control Panels altogether, or use some other one. cPanel has been proven to hog a shit load of your server resources ( I think :P ) --------- mkdir /home/cpinstall cd /home/cpinstall wget http://layer1.cpanel.net/latest sh latest This will begin the cPanel installation which will take around 30 minutes depending on your server specs. Rating: 5

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  3.    Installing cPanel + WHM   Installing cPanel + WHM Installing cPanel + WHM
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    If you are a newbie at Linux, or don't feel confident without a complete GUI interface - use cPanel.
    If you can do a lot of work in SSH, but still need a few things in a control panel - try DirectAdmin.

    If you're confident enough - don't use any control panel and use Lighttpd instead of Apache.

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