How to Install Froxlor on Ubuntu Server Latest

Froxlor is a PHP-based web hosting control panel that allows you to manage and configure web servers, domains, and email accounts. This tutorial will guide you through the installation of Froxlor on Ubuntu Server Latest.

Prerequisites

Step 1: Install required dependencies

The first step is to install the required dependencies for Froxlor. Open the terminal and run the following commands:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install apache2 mariadb-server php php-{mysql,gd,zip,xml,cgi,curl,sqlite3,fpm,intl,mbstring}

You will also need to install Git to download the latest version of Froxlor. Run the following command:

sudo apt install git

Step 2: Clone Froxlor from GitHub

Next, clone the Froxlor repository from GitHub to your Ubuntu Server Latest instance. Run the following command:

sudo git clone https://github.com/Froxlor/Froxlor.git /var/www/html/froxlor

Step 3: Configure Froxlor

Navigate to the Froxlor directory and run the installer:

cd /var/www/html/froxlor
sudo ./install/start.sh

The installer will prompt you to set a password for the Froxlor admin user and configure your web server. Follow the prompts and provide the necessary information.

After the installer is complete, navigate to http://your_server_ip_or_domain/froxlor/ in your web browser. You should see the Froxlor login page.

Log in with the admin credentials you created during the installer.

Step 4: Create a domain

To create a domain in Froxlor, go to the "Customers" tab and click "New Customer." Fill out the form and save the customer.

Next, click on the customer you just created and click "New Domain." Fill out the form and save the domain.

Finally, navigate to the "Web Domains" tab and click "Add new Web Domain." Fill out the form and save the domain.

You have now successfully installed and configured Froxlor on a Ubuntu Server Latest instance.

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