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21 January 2018

Create your own hosting server in Linux

First thing first ! If you have no idea about hosting then click here to know about hosting.

So..,Today I am going to write about Vesta Control Panel. Vesta control panel is a open source hosting control panel for Linux which can be use to host multiple website,Create FTP server,MySQL database,Email accounts (Email hosting),Manage DNS records etc. Lets check a demo by click here.
More details about Vesta CP can be found on there website https://vestacp.com/


Features :
  • Simple and Clean graphical user interface;
  • Powerful CLI & API;
  • Secure Platform;
  • Auto updates;
  • Easy update manager;
  • Web, DNS, Database, Mail, FTP Server;
  • SSL certificates
  • Wildcard support;
  • Configuration Templates;
  • DKIM support;
  • Fast Backups;
  • System Monitoring;
  • AntiSpam / Antivirus;
Supporting Operating System & Hardware :
  • RHEL/Cent OS-5,6,7
  • Debian 7,8,9
  • Ubuntu 12.04 to 17.04
  • RAM- 512 Mb
  • HDD-20 Gb
  • CPU- 1Ghz
Installation Instruction :

Login to your server or connect your server through SSH.

# Download installation script
curl -O http://vestacp.com/pub/vst-install.sh

# Run it
bash vst-install.sh

It will take few times depending on your internet speed to complete the install. After installation you will see your login details.
If your ip is 192.168.1.2 then it will be Like this :
URL : https://192.168.1.2:8083
User name : admin
Pass : ghsySrwj
Open any browser and type ip address (like above example) & login with your user name/password.


There are many things to learn in Vesta CP like add a website,create a ftp account,create email accounts & more. Check my next post to Know "How to add a website in Vesta CP"

I installed in Ubuntu 15.04 for my company & its working properly.

Uninstall Vesta CP :

#Stop vesta service

service vesta stop

#Remove vesta packages and software from repository RHEL or CentOS:

yum remove vesta*
rm -f /etc/yum.repos.d/vesta.repo

#Remove from Debian/Ubuntu:

apt-get remove vesta*
rm -f /etc/apt/sources.list.d/vesta.list

#Delete data directory and cron

rm -rf /usr/local/vesta

Till then Enjoy your own website hosting panel !
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