Problem with installation of cPanel on Centos 7

jeivylook

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Hello everyone, I am in need of urgent help with the installation of Cpanel on my VPS Centos 7 64 bits.

I have the following error:

Code:
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1550 (ERROR):   - ssystem [EXIT_CODE] 'yum' exited with 1 (ignored)
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1550 (DEBUG):   - ssystem [END]
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1628 (ERROR): The system could not set the system clock beca use an rdate binary is missing.
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1390 ( WARN): The current system time is set to: Sat Sep 22  22:09:10 EDT 2018
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1391 ( WARN): !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1392 ( WARN): The installation process could not verify the system time. The utility to set time from a remote host, rdate, is not installed                        .
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1393 ( WARN): If your system time is incorrect by more than a few hours, source compilations will subtly fail.
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1394 ( WARN): This issue may result in an overall installation failure.
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1395 ( WARN): !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1409 ( INFO): The installation process will now set up the necessary empty cpanel directories.
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1430 ( INFO): The installation process will now ensure that GPG is set up properly before it imports keys.
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1433 ( INFO): The installation process will now import GPG keys for yum.
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1192 (DEBUG):   Retrieving http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/cpanelsync/TIERS to the TIERS file...
2018-09-22 22:09:10 1201 (FATAL): The system could not fetch the TIERS file.
Removing /root/installer.lock.
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I need to solve it as soon as possible, I thank everyone who can help me.
 
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sparek-3

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There's your problem. You don't have any DNS resolvers.

Your server does not know how to look up (convert domain names into IP addresses) websites to connect to.

You will need to resolve this with your network configuration.

You may want to contact your server administrator for assistance with this.
 
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