Install CWP on CentOS 7

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There are free and paid control panels available for managing Linux Servers. This tutorial discusses how to manage and install CWP (CentOS Web Panel). CWP is a free and open source Webhosting control panel for RPM-based Linux OS like CentOS, Redhat, and CloudLinux. CWP comes with a LAMP( Linux Apache MySQL/MariaDB PHP) stack.

CWP port numbers are:

SSL: 2031 and Non-SSL: 2030

Listed below are features for Webhosting offered by CentOS Web Panel.

  • Apache Webserver
  • MySQL/Maria DB with phpMyAdmin
  • PHP 5.6
  • EMAIL: PostFix and Dovecote, mailboxes, RoundCube webmail interface, Spamassassin
  • Backups
  • Free DNS server
  • cPanel account migration
  • Easy user management interface.


Install CWP on CentOS 7

  1. Login to the server through SSH as a root user.
  2. Update the server and install wget.

# yum update -y

# yum install wget

  1. Go to the src directory.

#cd /usr/local/src/

  1. Download the latest version of CWP.

# wget

  1. Start CWP installation.

# sh cwp-el7-latest

It may take up to 30 minutes to 1 hour to complete the installation process because it needs to compile Apache and PHP from the source code.

Once the installation is completed, you will get the following messages as shown in the following image below.

Then press the “Enter” key to reboot the server.

Once the server reboot is completed, you can access CWP through the browser.
https://server-ip:2031 (server-IP:port)

user: root

Password: Enter your root password.

For further assistance, do reach our support team.

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