Getting started with your Virtuozzo server Published: Mar 17, 2005
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Lets start giving some use to all our VPS servers, lets install a trial or a final license of Cpanel.

How To Install CPANEL on your VPS

Lets start giving some use to all our VPS servers, lets install a trial or a final license of Cpanel.

If you want a cpanel license you can get 1 for $ 12 / month or 70/month for a 10 pack. You should contact Aaron Conklin at

In case you want a trial licence for cpanel you should go to :

Ok. Few Steps to setup your VPS-CPANEL:

1 - Login to your VZMC and get inside your server
2 - Create a new VPS with the Sample Ve Config call vps.cpanel
3 - Select the ips you want to use in that VPS and the dns servers.
4 - Select RedHat Enterprise Template (not minimal)
5 - Dont select any addon.You dont need it for cpanel.
6 - Select the Space / Memory / CPU . All the normal stuff of your normal VPS. Put Start on boot and the rest of the normal stuff. Rememeber to use unlimited VPs.
7 - Go to your Ev1 Member section, open a ticket with your IP / and root password and request ev1 to get your VPS register in up2date. CHECK IT IF IT IS WELL CONFIGURE!! JUST IN CASE.
8 - Go in ssh and do the following steps:
mkdir /home/cpins
cd /home/cpins
sh latest

This should install cpanel without asking you any questions.

If you have any problems you should check:

9 - Login to : and setup your server.
If you never setup a cpanel server, you can find some usefull information here: or search ev1 forum or ask me. I will be happy to help.

Well. Hopefully for some of you was usefull and will give you something else to try/offer in your VPS server.

Btw, it needs atleast 128 MB for cpanel to work.

If you have any problems with the guide let me know.


ps: i talk to some sw-soft people and they recomend to enable second-level quota (QUOTAUGIDLIMIT), i didnt try it myself. But i will let everyone when i try it.

Thanks to theuruguayan on the Ev1 Forums

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Comments (1)

  • Gravatar - virtualmyles
    virtualmyles 02:55, December 31, 2005
    "Until the Plesk license is added, Plesk will only support one domain. Submit a support ticket to EV1 to request a Plesk license for your new VPS. They'll need the individual VPS's IP address and root password."<br />
    <br />
    um... they login remotely as r00t?<br />
    <br />
    can you say NO?

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