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How To Install Kloxo MR on CentOS 7

Kloxo-MR is another alternative to a free web hosting/server control panel. Kloxo-MR is very popular amongst users who don’t want to manually install a webserver with MySQL and PHP involved. The software is basically a fork of the original Kloxo CP by LXCenter. The MR part of Kloxo-MR is Mustafa Ramadhan, the one who did the fork, enhance, and develop this truly modified version.

Centos Tutorials Sep 24, 16 by admin 3 min Read
How To Install Kloxo MR on CentOS 7

In this guide, you will learn that how to install Kloxo MR on Centos 7.

Here are some of the main features that come together with the Kloxo-MR installation on your CentOS server:

  • Qmail toaster mail server
  • Direct use of MySQL and MariaDB databases
  • Database Manager support: PHPMyAdmin, Adminer, MyWebSql, and SqlBuddy
  • DNS Server support: Bind, Djbdns, Powerdns, MaraDNS, NSD, myDNS, and Yadifa
  • FTP server support: Pure-ftpd
  • Free SSL and much more!

Prerequisites

Before we get started, you will need to have the following:

  • A freshly installed CentOS 7 server without any configuration changes
  • A static IP address
  • Access to a root user account or an account with sudo privileges
  • A basic understanding of Linux commands

Installing Kloxo-MR on CentOS 7

Update all the packages installed of the Operating System

yum update -y

Install all needed packages

yum install yum-utils yum-priorities vim-minimal subversion curl zip unzip -y

yum install telnet -y

Note: Be sure to disable SELinux on your system. IF SELinux will not be disabled, the Kloxo installation will not be set up properly, and you will need to re-install the entire operating system in order to try again. Here’s the command to get SELinux disabled:

setenforce 0

echo ‘SELINUX=disabled’ > /etc/selinux/config

Download the Kloxo-MR repositories

In order to install Kloxo-MR on your server, you will need to add it to your system repository. You can do this easily by entering the following command:

wget https://github.com/mustafaramadhan/kloxo/blob/dev/kloxo/install/kloxo-mr.repo –no-check-certificate

cd /

Install Kloxo-MR

Now that we have everything ready, we can go ahead and install Kloxo-MR by using the following command:

yum install kloxomr-y

Now, run setup.sh before rebooting the system.

sh /script/upcp

It will ask you whether you want to install it as slave or master. Choose option 1 (Master) and click enter. That’s it. Reboot the server after installation completes.

reboot

Access Kloxo-MR admin panel

Once the reboot is completed, we can navigate to our kloxo admin panel through our web browser. To enter the Kloxo dashboard, there are two options:

  • Without going through an SSL connection:

http://serverip:7777

  • If you want to access it over an SSL connection:

https://serverip:7778

We recommend connecting over the SSL to keep your passwords and data encrypted during transfer. Otherwise, the data will be sent via plain text.

Wrapping up

You will be able to connect to the web interface successfully without any problems. However, if the connections will not be set in place, you should make some changes in your firewall to allow traffic from ports 7777 and 7778.

Also, note that the default username and password is admin. You will be able to change this once you log in to the dashboard or during the installation process. We hope that this tutorial helped you set up Kloxo-MR successfully on CentOS 7.

If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below!

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admin

2016 Dec 11, 05:12:47

Thanks Dear Fernando This have been done Regards

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Vps Maroc

2018 Jul 14, 12:07:52

Nice web hosting panel control, it's free open source.

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Muhammad

2019 Apr 08, 14:04:58

Kloxo is asking for password during installation. It says ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (2 "No such file or directory") Enter Password:

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