How to install Kloxo-MR Control PanelGOZEN HOST
Kloxo-MR is a free and open-source web hosting control panel for CentOS and Red Hat Linux distributions, also known as a good free alternative to cPanel, the most popular Control Panel for Web Hosting in the industry.
Gives you the ability to run a combination of Lighttpd or Apache with Bind and even Nginx while at the same time provides a graphical interface to switch between these programs without losing data.
The tutorial was prepared with our “CentOS 7 minimal” template and is meant to work on our self-managed virtual private servers.
Before installing Kloxo-MR we recommend that your server is freshly installed with minimal OS (in our tutorial Centos 7.4 64bit)
Note: it is not required, but highly recommended.
Once you have your server up and running make sure everything is updated by running the following.
yum update -y
Now that everything installed is updated it’s about time to install required software by Kloxo-MR before we proceed with Kloxo-MR installation itself.
yum install yum-utils yum-priorities vim-minimal subversion curl zip unzip -y yum install telnet wget -y
Once you reach up to this point, you can now download the installation script for Kloxo.
I prefer to download scripts (from known places always) to /usr/local/src folder, that way I can easily clear the folder and avoid the clutter of having files here and there.
cd /usr/local/src rpm -ivh https://github.com/mustafaramadhan/rpms/raw/master/mratwork/release/neutral/noarch/mratwork-release-0.0.1-1.noarch.rpm
It’s also suggested that you clear cache at this point and update mratwork RPM
yum clean all yum update mratwork-* -y
Once you’ve done that (it’s ok if you see errors) you can now install Kloxo-MR Control Panel.
yum install kloxomr7 -y sh /script/upcp
Once everything is ok, wait a bit for services to restart and you are ready to access your Kloxo-MR panel like this:
Default username and password which you should immediately change is admin/admin