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Installation of cPanel in BitssCloud

Install Cpanel in elastic VPS-

1. Firstly, log in to your BitssCloud account and access the environment topology wizard.

2. Herein, click on the VPS section at the bottom left corner and choose the needed VPS (CentOS 7.2 in our example) from the expandable  options list.

3.  Specify cloudlet limits for this node, scale it out (if required), select the preferred region (if several of them are available), type the       name of the environment, and click on Create.

4. In a couple of minutes, your new environment with the chosen virtual server will appear at the dashboard. You’ll also receive an email notification with its administration data (i.e. login/password credentials, attached Public IP and access URL).

5. Now, your virtual private server is up and running.

6. You can view the Public IP address directly in the dashboard. If you’ve lost access to your VPS server or want to change the admin credentials for it, click the Reset Password button as it is shown in the image above.

—>To install cpanel/WHM on elastic VPS:

1. Take an SSH from your VPS server.

2. You can easily install the package perl-Exporter by the command:

   –>yum update -y

   –>yum install perl-Exporter”

3.  You can install cPanel via below command-

cd /home && curl -o latest -L && sh latest

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