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Old 09-26-2016, 02:09 AM   #1
Felicity Smoak
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OpenVZ Web Panel Installation


Hi!

I have installed OpenVZ kernel with CentOS 6.5 server. I want to install the OpenVZ Web Panel from the terminal and I used the automatic installer which I have found online. Below is the the code that I used:
wget -O - http://ovz-web-panel.googlecode.com/svn/installer/ai.sh | sh

Unfortunately, this code did not work. Error shows "http 404 not found". For alternative, I used another command which I found from Github repository:
wget -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/si...nstaller/ai.sh | sh

The above code did not work also.

I would like to ask what are the requirements for installing the OpenVZ Web Panel. Is it necessary that I create containers first?
I'll be waiting for some suggestions. We really need this thing to work out, cause this can make our work easier. Thank you so much.
 
Old 09-27-2016, 02:31 AM   #2
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You are getting 404not found, meaning there is NO script is present on the location from which you are fetching using wget.

Also, it appears developer removed the script from googelcode. Now, you will need to manually intall that build

Download the panel build here : https://code.google.com/archive/p/ov...anel/downloads

read installation file for manual build.

However, If you want to use web interface, then why stick with this panel? ISP config is pretty code for OpenVz containers!
 
Old 09-27-2016, 07:16 AM   #3
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I want to second that, and add that there are WEBMIN modules available or you can create your own.
WEBMIN gives you the option of managing nearly EVERYTHING on your server using a web interface. It turns out OpenVZ and LXC both fit in there pretty well (though I would not try to add them on the same host. Possible, but potentially messy.)

It really depends upon how much you want to manage, and what look and feel you like.
 
  


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