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Install CloudPanel Control Panel on Debian 10 – How to do it

by | Apr 27, 2021

Want to Install CloudPanel Control Panel on Debian? We can help you.

CloudPanel gives the ultimate server management experience, all from a web interface.

As part of our Server Management Services, we assist our customers with several Debian queries.

Today, let us see how to install and use CloudPanel on a dedicated Debian server.

 

CloudPanel

Among many other features, CloudPanel supports management of database servers, Domains, IP and Bots blocking, FTP server, etc.

The key features of CloudPanel include the following:

  • It is open-source and free to use
  • Provides a powerful intuitive interface for management
  • We have the provision of free SSL/TLS certificates, hence secure.
  • High performance with minimal resource usage
  • Supports all major clouds – AWS, Digital Ocean, GCP, etc
  • Available in more than ten languages, making it easy to install in any region.

In order to install, our Support Techs suggest having:

  • 1 CPU Core
  • 2 GB of RAM
  • 15 GB disk space
  • Internet connectivity
  • Root user or user with Sudo permissions

 

Install CloudPanel Control Panel on Debian 10

Moving ahead, let us see the steps to install CloudPanel Control Panel.

Step 1: Update System

Initially, we login to Debian 10 server using a user account with administrative privileges.

$ ssh [email protected]

For root user login, we run:

# ssh [email protected]

Then we update the system packages:

$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt -y upgrade

We have to install the required packages before installation:

$ sudo apt -y install vim curl sudo wget

Ensure to reboot the system before the installation:

$ sudo reboot

Step 2: Install CloudPanel Control Panel on Debian 10

There is an installer script for installation:

$ curl -sSL https://installer.cloudpanel.io/ce/v1/install.sh -o cloudpanel_installer.sh

We give the script execute bits:

$ chmod +x cloudpanel_installer.sh

Then we set the proper hostname for the CloudPanel server:

$ sudo hostnamectl set-hostname cloudpanel.example.com

We edit /etc/hosts file and map the server IP address to the hostname configured:

$ sudo vim /etc/hosts
172.21.200.11 cloudpanel.example.com cloudpanel

In addition, we configure an A record in the DNS server for the server domain name.

Then we run the script with Sudo:

$ sudo ./cloudpanel_installer.sh

A successful installation output will look like this:

…..
Updating database schema…

42 queries were executed

[OK] Database schema updated successfully!

> purging database
> loading App\DataFixtures\BlockedBotsFixtures
> loading App\DataFixtures\TimezoneFixtures
Vhost Templates have been imported.
Synchronizing state of memcached.service with SysV service script with /lib/systemd/systemd-sysv-install.
Executing: /lib/systemd/systemd-sysv-install disable memcached
insserv: warning: current start runlevel(s) (empty) of script `memcached’ overrides LSB defaults (2 3 4 5).
insserv: warning: current stop runlevel(s) (0 1 2 3 4 5 6) of script `memcached’ overrides LSB defaults (0 1 6).
Removed /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/memcached.service.
vm.overcommit_memory = 1
Warning: Since password will be sent to server in plain text, use ssl connection to ensure password safety.
Processing triggers for libc-bin (2.28-10) …
Processing triggers for systemd (241-7~deb10u5) …
Processing triggers for mime-support (3.62) …

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The installation of CloudPanel is complete!

CloudPanel can be accessed now: https://[ServerIP]:8443/
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Then we open the URL in the browser:

https://[ServerIP]:8443

We need to accept the SSL warning as this is a self-signed certificate.

Eventually, we create an admin user. Then log in using the username and password we create.

Our first view will be graphs with information about the server resource usage.

Our Support Techs suggest enabling 2FA for the admin account.

To do so, click on Our Account on the tab Security and click Enable Two-Factor Authentication.

Open an app like Google Authenticator or Duo and scan the QR code to confirm.

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Conclusion

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