- CentOS 7 64 bits, fresh install.
After the installation you will get:
- The server with Virtualmin
- PHP 7
- Pyxsoft Anti Hackers
1. Update the system
Connect to your server via SSH as root user and perform the next command:
2. Set the hostname
Ensure that your server has the correct hostname. You can check the current name with the next command:
Set the desired hostname with the next command:
3. Install dependencies
Virtualmin installer needs Perl to run. Install it using yum:
4. Download Virtualmin and start the installation
Download the virtualmin installer:
And execute the installer:
After the installation you will see the next message:
[SUCCESS] If there were no errors above, Virtualmin should be ready
5. Complete the Virtualmin Installation
Once Virtualmin is installed, connect to your system with an address of the form:
And then log in as the “root” user, or any user with sudo access.
It will then walk you through a post-installation setup wizard, asking you a series of setup questions.
The final step in the installation is to perform the configuration check, by clicking the Check Configuration button at the top of the Virtualmin System Information page.
Preparing the environment to install Pyxsoft
Step 1: Verify if mod security is installed on the system
Execute the next command:
if the response includes the text Define: MODSEC_X.X, it means that mod security is already installed on your system and you can jump to the next step.
If mod security is not installed (the most common case), you have to install it:
After the installation, test again:
Mod Security 2.9 was installed on the server successfully!
Step 2: Install Pyxsoft!!!
Installing pyxsoft is an easy task. First install the repo:
And then install pyxsoft for virtualmin:
Step 3: Create you password
To create your password, execute the next command:
Copy your new password to a safe place.
Step 5: Log into the Pyxsoft Interface
Using your browser, visit your server at port 2930:
Use the next credentials:
Password: your new password
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