Install Kloxo MR7 in centos 7

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Install Kloxo MR7 in centos 7

Hi Tech Guys,

this is a small tutorial that will help your installation of Kloxo MR7 in a Centos 7.3.

Kloxo MR7 is a fork of the deprecated project Kloxo and is a Powerful free Open-Source hosting control panel and more…

If you have some trouble to make it work, DO NOT HESITATE to comment here, feel free to ask.

Requirements:

-Centos 7.3 server with minimal hardware configuration (depends of your needs).

-ROOT permission on server.

-Internet connection to download all needed packages.

-Small IT basic knowledge and a bit of patience…

Let’s Start!

 

First of all update server

yum update

Change hostname at your server if needed

hostnamectl set-hostname kloxomr7.yobicloud.local

Add an entry in your /etc/hosts file (use your own IP Address and Hostname)

vi /etc/hosts

Add the entry

10.0.0.100           kloxomr7          kloxomr7.yobicloud.local

Install some packages required for optimal kloxo MR7 functionality

yum install yum-utils yum-priorities wget vim-minimal subversion curl net-tools zip unzip telnet -y

Move to temp folder, remove old rpm packages if any, now download and install version 7.0.0 (rpm naming as kloxomr7-7.0.0-*.rpm) read WARNING when install rpm package

cd /tmp
rm -f mratwork*
rpm -ivh https://github.com/mustafaramadhan/rpms/raw/master/mratwork/release/neutral/noarch/mratwork-release-0.0.1-1.noarch.rpm --no-check-certificate
cd /
yum update mratwork-* -y
yum install kloxomr7 -y
sh /script/upcp

Once the installation is completed you can login in the web panel using default user and password admin:admin by enter one of the following address

https://10.0.0.100:7777
http://10.0.0.100:7778

(use your own IP address or hostname)

 

—>>> ENJOY!!! <<<—

 

About the author

mm

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YOBIHAT TEAM is a group of expertise IT (Programmers, System & Network engineer, Optic Fiber Technician, Graphics, Blogger and Users) who follow Open Source philosophy, and will drive you in deep with the YOBICLOUD platform for DevOps.

1 Comment so far

riccardoPosted on4:41 pm - Sep 27, 2018

Good job! Thanks a lot.

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