How to access and use Webuzo on an unmanaged server
This article describes how to use Webuzo on an unmanaged server. Webuzo includes a full-featured control panel, and an application installer that enables you to quickly and easily install a wide range of software applications with just a few clicks.
- To access a demonstration version of Webuzo and try out its features, please visit http://demo.webuzo.com.
- Webuzo is currently available for the following operating system templates:
- CentOS 6 and 7
- Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04
To access Webuzo, follow these steps:
- Use your web browser to go to https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:2005, where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx represents the IP address of your server.
Webuzo installs a self-signed SSL certificate by default so you can connect using a secure connection. However, to access Webuzo (or any other websites you run on the server) without seeing a browser warning, you must install an SSL certificate provided by a CA
- On the Sign in page, in the Username text box, type the Webuzo username that you specified in your order.
- In the Password text box, type the Webuzo password that you specified in your order.
. The Webuzo dashboard appears.
Using Webuzo for system administration
You can use Webuzo to do a wide range of system administration tasks for your server. For example, you can manage DNS settings, databases, e-mail, and much more.
Webuzo provides detailed documentation for all of these features. To view the Webuzo documentation, please visit http://www.webuzo.com/docs?spobspath=wiki/.
Using Webuzo to install applications
Webuzo is developed and maintained by Softaculous, so many of the applications available for installation in Softaculous are also available in Webuzo:
- For information about applications available in Softaculous, please see these articles.
- For information about how to manage applications you install through Webuzo, please see this article.
For more information about Webuzo, please visit http://www.webuzo.com.