I used to use OpenLiteSpeed for this blog web server, long enough even annually. But because anti-mainstream, the documentation itself is quite difficult to obtain. And even this blog could be the only OLSWS tutorial reference.
But now it is easier because there is already a web hosting panel called CyberPanel that utilizes OpenLiteSpeed as its backend. Originally I’ve known from the first announced, but I intentionally wait until I think it’s cooked.
The requirement of the VPS specification itself is quite low:
– CentOS 7
– 1 GB of RAM
– Disk Space 10 GB
While the way of installation also only run 1 command line:
# sh <(curl https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh || wget -O – https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh)
Can be left behind coffee but the installation process.
For providers using Linux OS templates with sudo (like Google Cloud Platform) then execute this command first before the above command:
I use sudo to fail because of it.
When finished, it will inform the credentials to login to the CyberPanel admin panel:
Do not forget if cpanel fail access via port above please do whitelist on firewall. After successfully logged in, also change the admin password because it is too easy default.