How to Install CentOS Web Panel (CWP) on CentOS 7

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7 Responses

  1. John Stroband says:

    How can I find out whether it’s CWP 6 or CWP 7?

    How can I find out via SSH which distro/version of CWP is installed on a CENTOS server, e.g. whether it’s CWP6 or CWP7?

  2. gezegen says:

    This is not open source, a spy software: cwp

  3. Ziauddin Mohammed says:

    Newbie question: How do I connect and manage various serves with one cwp. Do I have to install cwp on each server to manage that server. Or can I manage various servers using single cwp instance. If yes then how. I did not find the information to manage ssh for 3 different serves via single cwp.

  4. nitram says:

    Hello to you all,

    A new and advanced version of centos webpanel has been officially released. Well the name is now control webpanel.

    The new version has a completely rebuilt webserver, a new user interface, a new file manager and so many other thing…

  5. Matt Riensch says:

    This looked interesting and I tried it out. seems like it would be very useful. I went over their install script. Found out that they completely disable SELinux.

  6. prashant kumar says:

    is this kind of nagios ? or other monitoring tools ?

    • Ravi Saive says:


      No its not a monitoring tool like Nagios, but a server a management control panel to manage all your services from the web browser.

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