Your easy-as-ever guide to ZPANEL

On this occasion I will talk about ZPanel, which is open source and easy to install, provided you meet all requirements. I use Ubuntu 12.04 LTS for this test, although it is a recent test that brings with it some problems, such as the lack of support for the Linux kernel and some other problems.

ZPanel is completely free, so you can contribute, donate as you see fit, or help them do better. Get an account on the ZPanel website if you don’t have an account yet, and once you’ve done it, it will go even faster.

You will receive an input text asking for the IP address of your server, which you already know when you are on the server. You can start testing immediately by going to your domain, or you can create a new domain with justsetup and ZPanel will add a placeholder notice for you.

By the way, if you select the root folder, select the one that corresponds to the user you just created. It should be a different folder from root. After closing the terminal window, the server writes the default username and password and restarts automatically. Change the password, write the domain name and all the information you have so far, and your server will automatically restart.

Give it a few minutes, change the password and log in as the default user in the description of the virtual machine. Once the server has been restarted, you should be able to access the control panel by running http: / / localhost: 8080 / domain / zpanel. You can set up a domain redirect to your server’s IP address and view it in a separate terminal window once you have familiarized yourself with all the options. Now you are ready to log in and change your username and password, as well as to log in to a new user under the “default user” in your description of virtual machines with the same password.

The first thing we will do is create an FTP account to upload files. It is worth noting that this installation script will set up several other utilities that you can use to build your website.

So go to the lower right part of the menu, find the part that says “Domain” and click CREATE. Gogo gets a coffee or tea (or your favorite drink) and goes to get some fun things to do with the table. The following is to create a test website and I can look around the funny stuff and write down a few tips on how to use ZPanel and make the most of it.

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