How to install Game Panel

Posted April 5, 2015 2.9k views
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I have tried install game panels, but it hadn’t worked. I watched many videos on Youtube and read many articles here. I have tried all methods but it still doesn’t works.
If someone made like this service please share ways how to crate game panel.
I want to make game hosting company, so i want to try it at first. how it will work.
Please share me information about that.

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Running and setting up a game hosting service will not be a simple install and setup. You will need to know what games you hope to host, what the requirements are, the prices you want to offer, etc.

For a control panel, you may wish to try something like cPanel. You can find a guide on setting this up here

That will help you get started. You will also want to consider reaching out to other hosting developers who have started their own game hosting sites. I personally would start by reaching out to the community for the game or games you wish to host. The players themselves will often have great tips and suggestions on how to host the very game they play!

In the long run, there is no one way to do it and this is something that will require alot of work on your part to learn how to run and manage the various aspects of this. You may wish to start small and grow from there.

First start by just learning how to run a server for the game or games you wish to host. Even if just for yourself. Then perhaps learn to manage accounts for users who might use your service. Scale up and grow as you learn more.

by Etel Sverdlov
cPanel is a convenient application that allows users to administer servers through a GUI interface instead of the traditional command line. Although the installation for cPanel is relatively simple, the script does take several hours to run. Here's how to install cPanel on a virtual server running Centos 6