Webuzo is a web hosting control panel for Linux. The few things that set Webuzo apart from other LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL and PHP) stack web hosting control panels is that it is a single user control panel, easy to install but most notably is that it is free. They do have a paid version, and the difference between the free and paid version is the number of scripts available—55 scripts and 391 scripts, respectively. These scripts allow you to install web applications with 1 click and integrates fully into the Webuzo control panel framework.
You can install Webuzo on any of the popular Linux distributions. According to their system requirements, it works for 32-bit (x86) but the installer gave me some issues so I installed it on 64-bit (x86_64). The indicated minimum requirement for RAM is 512mb but it does work on 256mb of RAM.
For this tutorial, I am using CentOS 7 64-bit so if you are using Debian, you will need to use the apt-get counterpart instead of yum.
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