In this short tutorial, you will learn how to install CyberPanel on Ubuntu with Redis and Memcached. You will also learn how to access the CyberPanel administrator dashboard and redirect HTTP to HTTPS. I used Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, but Ubuntu 18.04 is also supported.
1. Install CyberPanel
To install CyberPanel, you can download and invoke the official installer script with the following command.
sh <(curl https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh || wget -O – https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh)
To install Memcached and Redis, make sure you type
Y during the installation configuration for these options.
After a successful installation, your terminal window will see output similar to this.
2. Access the CyberPanel Administrator Dashboard
By default, the CyberPanel administrator dashboard is accessible over port 8090. Open a web browser and navigate to the IP address of your server followed by :8090. For example, if the IP address of your CyberPanel server is 188.8.131.52, you would go to
http://184.108.40.206:8090 in a web browser.
3. Check the Status of Redis/Memcached
After the installation is complete, you can verify that Redis and/or Memcached are running by looking at the process list.
ps aux | grep redis ps aux | grep memcached
You can also verify that these processes are running from the admin control panel by going to Status -> Top Processes from your CyberPanel dashboard.
5 thoughts on “How to Install CyberPanel on Ubuntu”
Is the command “sh ” symbol waiting for me to type something in
Thank you Tony for these tutorials. Can you a video tutorial on how fully secure Cyberpanel. Have a good one Bro!
This video should help you get started https://youtu.be/rxOTDG1peLw
And if you’re running WordPress, take a look at this https://youtu.be/s3WGgmj4bxE
How can I uninstall Cyber Panel? The new update to 2.1 and it messed up my email server.
I just deployed cyberpanel on digitalocen droplet, i configured exactly same as you did. But my mails are still goes to spam box in gmail , then i checked your reverse dns part that you make of ‘how to add reverse dns into digitalocean droplet, i changed my droplet name as well as /etc/hosts and /etc/hostname , but still i’m my mail is going to spam box,
mail-tester said reverse DNS is not matched
that’s my hostname and server