How to Install Webuzo Control Panel on CentOS 7

How to Install Webuzo Control Panel on CentOS 7

Webuzo is a software for web hosting control panel with LAMP stack. Webuzo supports various virtual machine hypervisors such as Xen, KVM, and OpenVZ. Webuzo includes a paid control panel, you have to buy a license if you want to get complete features.

System Requirements

System requirements for running Webuzo:

  • Operating system: CentOS 6/7 64bit, Ubuntu LTS 64bit
  • RAM: Minimum 1GB, Recommended 2GB
  • Disk space: Minimum 5GB, Recommended 10GB

The system used

The system used in this tutorial:

  • VPS type: OpenVZ
  • Operating system: CentOS 64bit
  • CPU: 2
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Disk: 20GB

This tutorial uses VPS from Qwords

Install Webuzo

Download Webuzo installer.

Grant script execution permission.

Run the installer.

Webuzo installer
Webuzo installer

Initial Setup

After Webuzo is installed, browse http://serverIP:2004.

Enter username, email, and password.

User account
User account

Enter primary domain, if you don’t have one, enter the server IP address.

Enter nameserver, if you don’t have one, enter the dummy nameserver, for example and

Then click Install.

Domain & nameserver
Domain & nameserver

The Webuzo installation is complete.

Webuzo installation completed
Webuzo installation completed

Webuzo Admin Panel URL at http://serverIP:2004, use the username root.

Webuzo Admin Panel
Webuzo Admin Panel

Enduser Panel at http://serverIP:2002, use the username and password created during the installation.

Webuzo Enduser Panel
Webuzo Enduser Panel

Good luck 🙂

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