install xpanel

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  • Extract xpanel_117.tar.gz
  • Upload xpanel folder to /usr/local/xpanel


Edit Config.pm

vi /usr/local/xpanel/Conf/Config.pm

Find

'domains' => '.xpanel.de, .xpanel.info, .xpanel.net, .xpanel.org, .xpanel.us',

Replace With

'domains' => '.ratedxhost.com',


Find

  # Sign-Up web site.
'web_site' => 'http://www.xpanel.com',
'cgi_bin' => 'http://www.xpanel.com/cgi-bin',

Replace with

  # Sign-Up web site.
'web_site' => 'http://www.ratedxhost.com',
'cgi_bin' => 'http://www.ratedxhost.com/cgi-bin',

Find

'mysql_admin_password' => 'Your_MySQL_PassWord_Here',

Replace Your_MySQL_PassWord_Here with your actual mysql password.


Find

'virtualhost_ip' => '123.45.67.89',

  # Your own Domain Name Servers
'name_servers' => {
	'ns1' => 'ns1.xpanel.net',
	'ns2' => 'ns2.xpanel.net',
	'IP1' => '123.45.67.88',
	'IP2' => '123.45.67.89'
},

Replace with your vhost IP and name server IPS.

Also change value for orgname, orgmail, business_email


Edit xp_httpd.conf

vi /usr/local/xpanel/Conf/xp_httpd.conf


Find

NameVirtualHost 123.45.67.89
<VirtualHost 123.45.67.89>

Replace with your vhost IP.

Find

CustomLog "|mysql -hlocalhost -uxpanel -pXPanel XPanel" mysql

Update with your mysql login.


Edit httpd.conf

vi /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

Add below

Include "/usr/local/xpanel/Conf/xp_httpd.conf"