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Installing CPanel not on a freshly installed operating system

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by igordudnyk, Aug 18, 2014.

  1. igordudnyk

    igordudnyk Registered

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    Hi,

    I have UnManaged Dedicated server on 1and1 and I installed many applications and software on it... (mysql, apache, php, ffmpeg and etc...). Also I Increased size of Logical Volume and made a resize from 4GB to 800GB.

    I have a website running there with 500GB of files (videosharing website)

    And now I realize that I need CPanel. And I see that it could be a real problem, is there a chance to install it without harming the server and website?

    Kind Regards

    Igor
     
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    JacobPerkins Well-Known Member

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    Hi Igor,

    You'll need to install cPanel onto a fresh server. If you install cPanel on your current, running server, you will almost certainly end up with a non-functional server.
     
  3. igordudnyk

    igordudnyk Registered

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    Ok, Thanks a lot.
     
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