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On this page, we explain step by step how to install CloudPanel on a dedicated server or any other cloud.

For the installation, you need an empty server with Ubuntu 24.04 or 22.04 or Debian 12 or 11 with root access.

Install CloudPanel

Login via SSH to the Server.

If you are using a private key to login, the SSH command would be:

ssh -i path_to_your_private_key root@yourIpAddress

If you are using a password to login, the SSH command would be:

ssh root@yourIpAddress

Before running the installer, we need to update the system and install the required packages.

apt update && apt -y upgrade && apt -y install curl wget sudo

Run the installer with your preferred Database Engine.

curl -sS -o; \
echo "d5a88a6d7ad05e3afa019b41f5aed5a61311917ef5516f04b6cf6248b414186c" | \
sha256sum -c && sudo 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. If possible, open port 8443 only for your IP via firewall.

You can now access CloudPanel via Browser: https://yourIpAddress:8443

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

Ignore Self-Signed Certificate