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Oracle Cloud Installer

On this page, we explain step by step how to install CloudPanel on Oracle Cloud.

Create a Virtual Cloud Network

  1. Go to Virtual Cloud Networks and click on Start VNC Wizard.
Start VNC Wizard
  1. Enter a VCN Name and click on the button Next bottom left.
Virtual Cloud Network Form
  1. Review and click on Create.

Firewall Configuration

  1. Click on your created VCN, and then click on the public subnet.
Public Subnet
  1. Click on Default Security List for cloudpanel for whitelisting ports.
Public Subnet
  1. Click on Add Ingress Rules and create a rule for 80, 443, and 8443.
Ingress Rules

Create Instance

  1. Go to Instances and click on the button Create Instance.

  2. Enter the Name of the Instance and select the compartment.

Name of the Instance



Image and Shape

Change the image to Ubuntu 22.04 or Debian 11 and select your Shape.

Change shape to Ubuntu 22.04 or Debian 11


Select your created Virtual Cloud Network and select the public subnet.

Virtual Cloud Network and Public Subnet

SSH Keys

Upload your SSH Keys or generate a new key pair.

Add SSH Keys

Provision Instance

Click on Create to provision the instance, it may take some minutes.

Install CloudPanel

After launching the Instance, log in with SSH and run the installer script.

  1. Login via SSH to the Instance.
ssh -i path_to_your_private_key ubuntu@serverIpAddress
  1. Switch from the user ubuntu to root:
sudo su root
  1. Update the system and install the required packages.
apt update && apt -y upgrade && apt -y install curl wget sudo cron
  1. Run the installer with your preferred Database Engine.
curl -sS -o; \
echo "2aefee646f988877a31198e0d84ed30e2ef7a454857b606608a1f0b8eb6ec6b6" | \
sha256sum -c && sudo CLOUD=oci bash

Access CloudPanel


For security reasons, access CloudPanel as fast as possible to create the admin user. There is a small time window where bots can create the user. It's highly recommended to open port 8443 only for your IP.

Reboot the Instance, and after booting, you can now access CloudPanel via Browser: https://publicIpAddress:8443

Ignore the self-signed certificate warning and click on Advanced and Proceed to continue to CloudPanel.

Ignore Self-Signed Certificate