Install Webuzo on CentOS and Ubuntu is very simple and easy, Get ready with your Domain Manager / Database Manager / Email Server / Built-in Softaculous with 310+ scripts / NGINX / Apache / MongoDB / PERL / PHP / MySQL Server and a lot more within minutes and you are just 3 steps away from it.
Webuzo is a PAAS software and it can allow users to install Apps on their VPS with the click of a button. It helps users in managing applications like Java, PHP, Nginx, Lighttpd, MySQL, MongoDB, Ruby, Perl, Git, SVN, etc.
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Let’s Getting Started
CentOS / Ubuntu – install Webuzo can be on CentOS or Ubuntu (minimal installation)
- Freshly installed Ubuntu LTS or CentOS.
- The wget, apt-get, and tar packages should be available on the server.
- 2 GB RAM.
- The ports 21, 22, 25, 53, 80, 143, 443, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, and 3306 should be open.
- 10 GB Disk Space.
- The PHP, Apache, and MySQL should not be available on the server.
Steps For install Webuzo:
- Download the installer to your server :
ROOT > wget -N http://files.webuzo.com/install.sh
Other Downloads: http://webuzo.com/downloads
- Change the permissions to the file to make it executable (0755)
ROOT > chmod 0755 install.sh
- Run the Webuzo Installer
ROOT > ./install.sh
Sit back and Relax !!! The Installer will provide further instructions to get started with your Webuzo Control Panel.
Hope that was Simple Enough !!!
Experience the install Webuzo Demo :
Webuzo Admin Demo: http://demo.webuzo.com/
Webuzo Enduser Demo: http://demo.webuzo.com/enduser/
After the installation, you can change the user settings from the Webuzo control panel.
- after install webuzo Log in to the Webuzo control panel with the username and password created during the initial setup.
- Navigate to ‘Advanced settings.
- Select the ‘Edit Settings’ option under Advanced settings.
- In the ‘User Settings’ page, select the default language from the ‘Choose Language’ drop-down.
- To set the default time zone, select the details from the drop-down in the ‘Timezone’ text box.
- If you want to sort the domain details under the Choose Domain drop-down menu on the install form alphabetically, then check the box next to the ‘Sort domains alphabetically’ option.
- If you want to use the theme colors selected, check the box next to the ‘Customize theme’ option. To change the theme colors to the default one, then uncheck the box.
- The ‘WordPress Plugin/ Theme Sets’ option in the user settings page helps to install and create a set of themes and plugins.
- You can mention the backup location in the user settings page, and you can either choose the default location or can add other backup locations. You need to click the ‘Add Backup Location’ button on the user settings page to add a new backup location. This button gets redirected to a new page, and on that page, you need to fill some necessary details such as Location name, protocol, server host, port, FTP username and password, and Backup location path. Then, you can click the ‘Add Backup Location’ button.
- After adding the backup location, return to the settings, and click the ‘Edit Settings’ button to reflect the changes.