This article will show you how to setup CentOS WebPanel on your Virtual Private Server -VPS. There are multiple alternatives available but I will focus on an easy approach and let you inspect the other options on your own. This article doe not show you what to do after you deployed the WebPanel. It will only point you to the next steps.
Secure cPanel Introduction
This guide is intended to give some basic steps to Secure cPanel after the
initial installation. Please see our Initial Setup Guide if you have not
already completed it. Tweak cPanel Settings
Under Main » Server Configuration » Tweak Settings, enable (E) or disable
(D) the following options: Prevent users from parking/adding on common internet domains. (E)
Attempt to prevent pop3 connection floods (E)
Default catch-all/default address behavior for new accounts (Blackhole)
Use jailshell as the default shell for all new accounts and modified
Always redirect users to the...
Change the hostname line in /etc/sysconfig/network to the hostname you want
(this file may be different on FreeBSd and others). Your hostname should be something prefixing a domain you own (this is
referred to as a fully qualified domain name, FQDN), so
server1.yourdomain.com for example, not just yourdomain.com. Changing it in that file ensure that your hostname gets set each time
networking starts, however you'd need to restart networking for it to get
set in the current session with just that changed. This is...
To begin, let's grab the latest version of mod_python. We will need to get
the SVN version of mod_python as the last previous versioned release has a
problem compiling on RHEL5-based systems. Since cPanel servers do not come
with Subversion installed by default, we'll need to satisfy that
pre-requisite first. Due to cPanel building Perl modules from source, we will be unable to
install Subversion via Yum and must do so from source. yum -y...