CloudLinux OS and Webuzo: New Hosting Panel Integration

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CloudLinux keeps expanding its portfolio of partners and we are happy to announce that we now support another popular hosting control panel – Webuzo, a multi-user control panel built for hosting providers, resellers, and website owners.

Getting started with CloudLinux on Webuzo is really easy. Keep reading to learn a bit more about Webuzo and to see how you can install CloudLinux if you are using Webuzo workload.

About Webuzo

The Webuzo hosting platform helps companies launch their own web applications, and offer hosting solutions for customers hosting environment self-administration – from domains through to websites, emails, and databases.

Webuzo takes care of advanced features too. For resellers, Webuzo offers comprehensive statistical reporting giving full insight into usage. It also offers an IP Manager, with the ability to allocate IP addresses to users, as well as an IP assignment feature for resellers.

The control panel is now on its third major release. The previous release, Webuzo version 2, was installed on over 11,000 servers. Version 3 is already live on roughly 4,500 machines. Webuzo is also working on various features, which include making its email functionality more robust and feature-rich. The hosting panel provider promises to work towards incorporating new backup functionality too.

How to install CloudLinux on Webuzo

The steps for installing Webuzo are similar to the general CloudLinux installation steps, in other words it’s just like the steps you’d follow for other control panels. For base license installation use:

$ wget https://repo.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux/sources/cln/cldeploy
$ sh cldeploy -k <activation_key>

If you have an IP-based license, run the following commands:

$ sh cldeploy -i

Reboot by running the following command:

$ reboot

Your next step is to install the CloudLinux Manager plugin in Webuzo, which you do by running the following commands:

wget -N https://files.webuzo.com/plugins/cloudlinux/cloudlinux.sh
chmod +x cloudlinux.sh
./cloudlinux.sh

So, as you can see, it’s simple to get started with Webuzo on your CloudLinux workloads.

CloudLinux – your partner in Linux hosting

Linux is a broad environment, with many vendors adding value to its ecosystem. Working together, we aim to add more stability, security and profitability to Linux OS, with incredible freedom and flexibility built in. That’s why we're happy to add Webuzo as a partner, and looking forward to deliver CloudLinux OS values to Webuzo users as well.

CloudLinux OS and Webuzo: New Hosting Panel Integration

Webuzo-1

CloudLinux keeps expanding its portfolio of partners and we are happy to announce that we now support another popular hosting control panel – Webuzo, a multi-user control panel built for hosting providers, resellers, and website owners.

Getting started with CloudLinux on Webuzo is really easy. Keep reading to learn a bit more about Webuzo and to see how you can install CloudLinux if you are using Webuzo workload.

About Webuzo

The Webuzo hosting platform helps companies launch their own web applications, and offer hosting solutions for customers hosting environment self-administration – from domains through to websites, emails, and databases.

Webuzo takes care of advanced features too. For resellers, Webuzo offers comprehensive statistical reporting giving full insight into usage. It also offers an IP Manager, with the ability to allocate IP addresses to users, as well as an IP assignment feature for resellers.

The control panel is now on its third major release. The previous release, Webuzo version 2, was installed on over 11,000 servers. Version 3 is already live on roughly 4,500 machines. Webuzo is also working on various features, which include making its email functionality more robust and feature-rich. The hosting panel provider promises to work towards incorporating new backup functionality too.

How to install CloudLinux on Webuzo

The steps for installing Webuzo are similar to the general CloudLinux installation steps, in other words it’s just like the steps you’d follow for other control panels. For base license installation use:

$ wget https://repo.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux/sources/cln/cldeploy
$ sh cldeploy -k <activation_key>

If you have an IP-based license, run the following commands:

$ sh cldeploy -i

Reboot by running the following command:

$ reboot

Your next step is to install the CloudLinux Manager plugin in Webuzo, which you do by running the following commands:

wget -N https://files.webuzo.com/plugins/cloudlinux/cloudlinux.sh
chmod +x cloudlinux.sh
./cloudlinux.sh

So, as you can see, it’s simple to get started with Webuzo on your CloudLinux workloads.

CloudLinux – your partner in Linux hosting

Linux is a broad environment, with many vendors adding value to its ecosystem. Working together, we aim to add more stability, security and profitability to Linux OS, with incredible freedom and flexibility built in. That’s why we're happy to add Webuzo as a partner, and looking forward to deliver CloudLinux OS values to Webuzo users as well.

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