end.soldire

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last weeks i'm find in forum best learning to install cpanel.
i want that.

because have some code for install gcc and other script (prescript for runing cpanel)

do you can help me to find that thread?
 

JaredR.

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Official documentation

I am not sure which forum thread you are referring to, but this is our official installation guide:

Quick Start Installation Guide

If you are installing on CentOS or Red Hat, the only requirements for installing cPanel are the following:


  • A minimal installation of the operating system
  • A working SSH connection
  • A working package manager (yum)

These are the only things that need to be installed. cPanel will install anything else it needs either from our update servers, or using yum. As long as yum is working, if there is a component cPanel needs, the installer will install it using yum.

Note that the following yum groups and their component packages should not be installed before installing cPanel:


  • FTP Server
  • Mail Server
  • Web Server

These yum groups contain packages that will conflict with software that cPanel installs. While the cPanel installer will check for the presence of these packages, it is best not to install these groups when you install the operating system.

Is there a specific problem you are encountering, or a specific need you have, which may explain why the official installation guide is not sufficient for your situation?
 

B12Org

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I found that cpanel didnt install correctly unless I had httpd installed and working before hand, otherwise the easy apache could fail and revert back to a non working version of apache.
 

JaredR.

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This should not happen

A working Apache should be built during cPanel installation. If Apache is not functional at the end of the cPanel installation, please submit a support request so that we can find what went wrong and, if necessary, consider making changes to the installer to prevent future problems.

Installing Apache before installing cPanel, especially if Apache is installed via RPM package instead of from source, can cause problems with EasyApache when it is run in the future. We frequently see problems during an EasyApache build that are due to Apache or an Apache component being installed via RPM package.