How to install XtreamCP v3

In this tutorial I will explain step by step how to install our XtreamCP panel on a Dedicated Server or a VPS with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Installation is very easy and does not require advanced knowledge.

Connect to the server and open a terminal via SSH connection, I recommend the WinSCP client.

After connecting root you have to type the following commands to prepare the installation server

apt-get update
apt-get install software-properties-common -y
apt-get remove --auto-remove libcurl4 -y
apt-get install libcurl3 libxslt1-dev libgeoip-dev e2fsprogs wget python mcrypt nscd htop unzip apache2 -y
apt-get install dirmngr --install-recommends -y

Now that the server is ready and we have installed the dependencies that the panel needs, we start the actual installation

Buy a license here and after confirming the payment in the client area you will find a unique installation order for each client as well as a license code

Copy the code from the client area (as in this example) and execute it in the terminal

Choose the desired installation
1) is for installation with an SSL certificate and you need a domain name
2) it is for installation without SSL certificate and you do not need a domain name

*In this tutorial we will choose 2, installation without SSL certificate

The installation script will start and further type the requested information access data

Press ENTER and the installation will begin

The installation was successful and you will receive a screen similar to the one in the example with the connection data to the panel and the MySQL database.
* Also in the root location (/root/Xtreaminfo.txt) a txt file will be created that contains all this information

This is the XtreamCP service restart command


If you receive such an error it can be solved very easily if you execute 2 commands in the terminal and then restart the service

`CURL_OPENSSL_3' not found fix

**delette libcurl4-openssl-dev

sudo apt-get remove --auto-remove libcurl4-openssl-dev -y

**** And installing the previus version of libcurl:

sudo apt-get install libcurl3 -y

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