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How to Add Virtualizor on Centos 7

Virtualizor is a web-based VPS control panel that allows you to manage virtual machines on your CentOS server. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to install Virtualizor on CentOS 7.

Prerequisites: a) Clean CentOS 7 Server: Ensure that you have a fresh installation of CentOS 7.
b) Root Access: You need root or sudo access to install software on your server.

Step 1:- Update System.
# [ yum update ]

Step 2:- Reboot (if needed).
# [ reboot ]

Step 3:- Download Virtualizor.
# [ wget -N http://files.virtualizor.com/install.sh ]

Step 4:- Change permissions.
# [ chmod 0755 install.sh ]

Step 5:- Run the installer.
# [ ./install.sh ]
The installer will prompt you with several options and information. Follow the on-screen instructions and provide the required details.

Step 6:-Access Virtualizor Panel.
Once the installation is complete, you can access the Virtualizor panel using your web browser. Open the following URL in your browser.
# [ https://your-server-ip:4085 ]
Replace “your-server-ip” with the actual IP address of your CentOS server.

Step 7:- Login to Virtualizor.
Use the default credentials to log in.
Username: admin
Password: Passw0rd (you should change this password immediately)

Step 8:- Post-Installation Steps.
Change the default admin password.
Configure networking, storage, and other settings according to your requirements.

Step 9:- Additional Configuration.
You may need to configure additional settings based on your specific use case, such as adding storage, setting up virtual machines, and configuring networking.

Step 10:- Firewall Configuration.
If you have a firewall enabled, make sure to allow traffic on the necessary ports (e.g., 4085 for the Virtualizor panel).

Note:- Make sure your server should meet the system requirements for Virtualizor:-
1) Supported Linux Operating System (x86_64) // Should be a FRESH installation.
2) yum, apt-get, tar, wget packages.
3) RAM – Minimum 1 GB (Recommended 2 GB for best performance).
4) Disk Space – Minimum 5 GB (Recommended 10 GB for best performance).
5) PHP, Apache, MySQL should not be installed by default on the server.