How to install ZPanel on CentOS 6

You need clean installation of CentOS 6 on VPS or Dedicated server.

LOG INTO YOUR SERVER AS THE ROOT USER.
  1. Download the correct installer for your system:
  2. 64 Bit Installer wget http://www.zvps.co.uk/sites/default/files/downloads/centos-6-3/package/installer-x86_64-install.sh.x.tar.gz

    Or

    32 Bit Installer wget http://www.zvps.co.uk/sites/default/files/downloads/centos-6-3/package/installer-x86-install.sh.x.tar.gz

  3. Unzip the tarball
  4. 64 Bit Installer tar -xf installer-x86_64-install.sh.x.tar.gz

    Or

    32 Bit Installer tar -xf installer-x86-install.sh.x.tar.gz

  5. Change the script to be executable
  6. 64 Bit Installer chmod +x installer-x86_64-install.sh.x

    Or

    32 Bit Installer chmod +x installer-x86-install.sh.x

  7. Install pre-required packages:
  8. yum install ld-linux.so.2 curl

  9. Run the ZPanelX installer
  10. 64 Bit Installer ./installer-x86_64-install.sh.x

    Or

    32 Bit Installer ./installer-x86-install.sh.x

  11. Follow the on screen instructions during the installation.
  12. At the end please record down the mysql root password. (you will need this to access mysql via the root user and also for running future updates to zpanel)
  13. All Passwords are stored in /root/passwords.txt
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