Question

install cpanel in centos 6.5 64 bit

  • Posted on May 7, 2014
  • mzukerAsked by M Zuker

Hi, i am attempting to install cpanel to later migrate my existing server from a shared hosting to digital ocean, but i followed all this instructions: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-install-cpanel-on-a-virtual-server-running-centos-6 And the issue is when i attemp to go to https://(siteip):2087 it redirect me to the existing cpanel domain, how i can change this to use the new install in digital ocean from the ip to be able to migrate the existing server?

I created the droplet with same hostname, but what to do now?


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Hello, mzuker

cPanel/WHM is also available as one-click install app in our marketplace. You can quickly spin up a cPanel droplet and you’ll be ready to build a new website or migrate any of your existing sites over to the new droplet.

As mentioned cPanel is a third party application managed through our Marketplace. New installations of cPanel come with a 15 day free trial. For further use beyond that point a valid license will need to be purchased directly through cPanel. https://store.cpanel.net/view/cpanel/license-options?type=VPS

Please refer to below link for further details:

https://marketplace.digitalocean.com/apps/cpanel-whm

Hope this helps! Regards, Alex

I am thinking the reason you could not access it is because of cPanel’s configuration. There is a setting that forwards it to the SSL hostname when you try to access WHM/cPanel.

Keep in mind that WHM and cPanel are two different things. WHM is used for the server side while cPanel is for the user side.

Still not working 107.170.18.7:2087 <br>And i already set hostname 107.170.18.7:2087 in SSH