Install CyberPanel on Ubuntu 22.04

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 || wget -O -

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 https://IP-ADDRESS:8090.

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?

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