In a world where websites are the lifeblood of businesses and individuals alike, managing your online presence shouldn’t be a overwhelming task. Imagine a tool that simplifies the complexities of running a website, making it as easy as possible. CyberPanel does just that, providing you with a user-friendly platform to effortlessly handle your website, dns, emails, and more. Let’s dive in and install CyberPanel on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS server.
What you will need:
- 1GB RAM
- Min 10GB disk space
1- Update the system
Log in to your server and update it.
apt update && apt upgrade
2- Run the installation
Next step is to run the installation script.
sh <(curl https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh || wget -O - https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh)
This will ask you a few questions along the way, such as choosing the LiteSpeed version. If you have a license for the LiteSpeed Enterprise version, select 2; otherwise, choose 1.
1. Install CyberPanel with OpenLiteSpeed. 2. Install Cyberpanel with LiteSpeed Enterprise. 3. Exit. Please enter the number[1-3]:
If you choose LiteSpeed Enterprise, you will be asked to enter the license key.
The rest of the options to install or ignore are up to your needs.
- PowerDNS (default Y)
- Postfix (default Y)
- Pure-FTPd (default Y)
- Remote MySQL (default N)
- CyberPanel version (default latest version)
- Password (default 1234567) [Use ‘s’ option to set your own password]
- Redis (default Y)
- Memcached (default Y)
- Watchdog (default Y)
After this, the installation will start and will take around 5 minutes to complete.
Once the installation is finished, you will see information related to the setup and apps. Copy and save that information in a safe place.
In the last step, you will be asked to restart the server. Type ‘y’ to do so.
After the server reboots, CyberPanel will be available at
If you encounter a 503 error, try resolving it by restarting LSCPD with the command:
systemctl restart lscpd.
For more details, check CyberPanel documentations.
Are you looking to install CloudPanel instead?