CyberPanel Control Panel is one of the best free Control Panel available currently. you can easily install Cyberpanel on your VPS or Server. Cyberpanel is powered by Litespeed webserver. you can use up to 2gb ram VPS or server free with LiteSpeed enterprise directly from Litespeed.
Cyberpanel actually is a completely free edition control panel from Litespeed. you can use lots of modules to optimize your server. caching is one of the best optimizations on this web panel.
Cyberpanel installation also super easy, you can easily install Memcached and Redis right from the beginning.
you need to just run a command on ssh and then it will automatically start the installation for you.
Let’s take a look at the minimum server Requirement for Cyberpanel installation.
CyberPanel installation Requirements
Centos 7.x, Centos 8.x, Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04
1024MB or above Ram.
10GB Disk Space.
this is the minimum requirement for install CyberPanel on your VPS or server. its a super lightweight control panel, so you don’t have to worry about your server or VPS optimization.
To install the base version of CyberPanel, you can simply log in to your VPS via SSH as the root user, then you can run the following command, which will automatically download and run the CyberPanel install script:
sh <(curl https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh || wget -O - https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh)
Then follow the on-screen prompts to proceed through selecting what version of LiteSpeed you want to be installed, setting the admin password, and selecting what additional modules you want to be installed.
After the installation has completed, you will be presented with the installation details for being able to access CyberPanel through a web browser.
To install CyberPanel Enterprise, you first need to obtain a license key it is usually free for 1 domain, but you still need to obtain the key to install the CyberPanel Enterprise on your VPS or server.
CyberPanel 503 Error Problem
If you get a 503 error after installing CyberPanel, you can do one of the following things.
1. Check LSCPD Status.
systemctl status lscpd
If LSCPD is not running, start LSCPD using:
systemctl start lscpd
2. Manually set up virtualevn
3. Install Logs
If after this you are still having issues, you can try to find errors in the install logs, they are located at: