Tanya mengenai install Directadmin


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hositngku1234

Apprentice 1.0
Saya telah mencoba install directadmin tetapi pada saat buka browser tidak muncul apa apa

Directadmin - VPS OS Centos 6

Tutorial yang saya ikuti :
yum update -y
yum install gcc-c++ gcc automake make flex -y
wget http://directadmin.com/setup.sh
chmod +x setup.sh
./setup.sh

Pada waktu install lancar. Ada yang mengalaminya ? Mohon bantuannya
 

HostinganID

Apprentice 2.0
Verified Provider
Udah dicoba reboot? cek iptables nya apakah port 2222 sudah di allow (walau seharusnya otomatis)
 

dhyhost

Web Hosting Service
The Warrior
Verified Provider
diopen dulu port 2222nya, atau disable aja iptablesnya, untuk firewall nantinya bisa pakai CSF
 

hositngku1234

Apprentice 1.0
Installation CSF Firewall on CentOS

The guide below is applicable to systems running CentOS5, CentOS 6 and CentOS 7.
The ConfigServer Security & Firewall is a popular open source Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall, Login/Intrusion Detection and Security application, compatible with most Linux servers.

CSF can be fully configured to block/restrict ports you don't want open. CSF includes the Login Failure Daemon (LFD), which will scan log files and monitor failed login attempts, such as login attempts for FTP and E-Mail accounts, and it will block the IP according to the rules you have setup. CSF also offers Connection Limiting, Real Time Block Lists and Port Scan tracking and much more.
CSF can be easily managed from within its GUI, which is fully compatible with:
  • DirectAdmin
  • CPanel
  • WebMin/Virtualmin.
In order to avoid any conflicts in operation it is important to remove your current firewall. If you are using a different software firewall be sure to follow that programs uninstall directions before continuing. After completing the uninstallation routine continue with the CSF installation procedure outlined below.

Note: This guide assumes you are familiar with SSH and basic command line navigation. These instructions apply primarily to customers who have Virtual Private Servers or Dedicated servers. If you do not have root-level access you will not be able to make these changes.


1. Installation
1.1 Install Dependencies
Begin by installing the required dependencies for the CSF Firewall:

CentOS, RHEL 5 and 6
yum install perl-libwww-perl

Alternatively, libwww can be installed using CPAN:
perl -MCPAN -e 'install Bundle::LWP'


CentOS, RHEL 7

yum -y install wget perl unzip net-tools perl-libwww-perl perl-LWP-Protocol-https perl-GDGraph -y


1.2 Install CSF Firewall

Download the CSF archive to the /tmp folder of your server by using wget, unpack the archive by issuing the TAR command and finally install CSF by starting the ./install.sh setup script.
cd /tmp
wget https://download.configserver.com/csf.tgz
tar zxvf csf.tgz
cd csf
./install.sh


You can now remove the installation files:
rm -rf /tmp/csf
rm /tmp/csf.tgz

1.3 Install Module

Operating Systems

Operating systems supported by DirectAdmin are listed in the table below.

OSVersions
CloudLinux6.x 32/64-bit, 7.x 64-bit
RedHat Enterprise / CentOS6.x 32/64-bit, 7.x 64-bit
Debian8.x 64-bit, , 9.x 64-bit
Ubuntu12, 14, 16.04
FreeBSD11.x 64-bit


IP address support

In order for DirectAdmin to be able to run on your system, 3 things must be true:

  1. The licensed IP must exist on the server. Type /sbin/ifconfig, and you should see the licensed IP in the output
  2. The licensed IP must function and be able to be bound to, eg:
    wget --bind-address=1.2.3.4 http://www.directadmin.com/index.html

  3. the IP that connects to our server must be the licensed IP
DirectAdmin can run on a LAN/NAT, but requires some non-standard steps to get it running. More information can be found on this page.


2. Installation Procedure

Make sure your license information is correct!

If you have purchased your license directly from DirectAdmin.com, sign into your client account at https://www.directadmin.com/clients
and click the "view" link next to your license. Verify that the server
IP address and operating system is correct. Also make sure that the
license is Active and Verified (if it isn't, you need to contact Direct
Admin support).

If you have a problem with a license obtained through us, please contact Woktron Support.


2.1 Update CentOS

yum update


2.2 install dependencies

Begin by installing the required dependencies for Directadmin:


On Rehat/Fedora/CentOS 6

yum install wget gcc gcc-c++ flex bison make bind bind-libs bind-utils openssl openssl-devel perl quota libaio \
libcom_err-devel libcurl-devel gd zlib-devel zip unzip libcap-devel cronie bzip2 cyrus-sasl-devel perl-ExtUtils-Embed \
autoconf automake libtool which patch mailx bzip2-devel lsof glibc-headers kernel-devel expat-devel db4-devel

The libcom_err-devel package is required for CentOS 6.

CentOS 7

yum install wget gcc gcc-c++ flex bison make bind bind-libs bind-utils openssl openssl-devel perl quota libaio \
libcom_err-devel libcurl-devel gd zlib-devel zip unzip libcap-devel cronie bzip2 cyrus-sasl-devel perl-ExtUtils-Embed \
autoconf automake libtool which patch mailx bzip2-devel lsof glibc-headers kernel-devel expat-devel psmisc net-tools systemd-devel libdb-devel perl-DBI perl-Perl4-CoreLibs xfsprogs rsyslog logrotate crontabs file kernel-headers



Debian 6

apt-get install gcc g++ make flex bison openssl libssl-dev perl perl-base perl-modules libperl-dev libaio1 libaio-dev \
zlib1g zlib1g-dev libcap-dev bzip2 automake autoconf libtool cmake pkg-config python libreadline-dev libdb4.8-dev libsasl2-dev patch



Debian 7

apt-get install gcc g++ make flex bison openssl libssl-dev perl perl-base perl-modules libperl-dev libaio1 libaio-dev \
zlib1g zlib1g-dev libcap-dev bzip2 automake autoconf libtool cmake pkg-config python libdb-dev libsasl2-dev libncurses5-dev patch libjemalloc-dev



Debian 8

apt-get install gcc g++ make flex bison openssl libssl-dev perl perl-base perl-modules libperl-dev libaio1 libaio-dev \
zlib1g zlib1g-dev libcap-dev cron bzip2 automake autoconf libtool cmake pkg-config python libdb-dev libsasl2-dev \
libncurses5-dev libsystemd-dev bind9 dnsutils quota libsystemd-daemon0 patch libjemalloc-dev logrotate rsyslog libc6-dev

You might need to remove libsystemd-dev from the list, if apt-get cannot find it.



Debian 9

apt-get update
apt-get install gcc g++ make flex bison openssl libssl-dev perl perl-base perl-modules libperl-dev libperl4-corelibs-perl libaio1 libaio-dev \
zlib1g zlib1g-dev libcap-dev cron bzip2 automake autoconf libtool cmake pkg-config python libdb-dev libsasl2-dev \
libncurses5-dev libsystemd-dev bind9 dnsutils quota patch libjemalloc-dev logrotate rsyslog libc6-dev libexpat1-dev \
libcrypt-openssl-rsa-perl libnuma-dev libnuma1 bsd-mailx



Debian 10 - not yet officially supported

apt-get update
apt-get install gcc g++ make flex bison openssl libssl-dev perl perl-base perl-modules libperl-dev libperl4-corelibs-perl libaio1 libaio-dev \
zlib1g zlib1g-dev libcap-dev cron bzip2 automake autoconf libtool cmake pkg-config python libdb-dev libsasl2-dev \
libncurses5-dev libsystemd-dev bind9 dnsutils quota patch logrotate rsyslog libc6-dev libexpat1-dev \
libcrypt-openssl-rsa-perl libnuma-dev libnuma1 bsd-mailx



FreeBSD

FreeBSD tends to have everything needed, and the need to run pre-install commands is less common.

Custombuild does require gmake, but will try to install it with dpkg -r or ports if it's missing. If needed:

pkg_add -r gmake perl wget bison flex gd cyrus-sasl2 cmake python autoconf libtool libarchive mailx



FreeBSD 10

pkg install gcc gmake perl5 wget bison flex cyrus-sasl cmake python autoconf libtool libarchive iconv bind99 mailx



FreeBSD 11

pkg install gcc gmake perl5 wget bison flex cyrus-sasl cmake python autoconf libtool libarchive iconv bind911 mailx webalizer gettext-runtime



FreeBSD 12

pkg install gcc gmake perl5 wget bison flex cyrus-sasl cmake python autoconf libtool libarchive iconv bind911 mailx webalizer gettext-runtime



2.3 install DirectAdmin

Before continuing ensure that SELINUX is disabled
This can be done using the sed command:
sed -i 's/^SELINUX=.*/SELINUX=disabled/g' /etc/selinux/config


Continue by downloading the DirectAdmin setup routine using wget, set file permissions to writable with chmod and finally startup the setup routine by issuing the ./setup.sh command:

wget http://www.directadmin.com/setup.sh
chmod 755 setup.sh
./setup.sh


Hint: Use fetch instead of wget on FreeBSD systems

After the setup routine starts you will be presented with a number of options:

1. Enter your license details (Client ID and License ID).

2. Enter your hostname

Important:
The hostname should not be the same as the primary domain name. e.g. woktron.com is not a valid hostname, where myserver.woktron.com
is. Having the same host/main domain name will cause e-mail and FTP
problems. Also, please make sure the hostname resolves once you setup
DNS.


3. Enter your network interface (usually ETH0). When using a Virtual Private Server (VPS) you should select the respective virtual network port:

venet0:0 (the usual option)
venet0:1
 
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