Before continuing, it is expected that you are familiar with Sentora and it's installation and how it works!
This is for the latest development version from the master branch on github.
This version is not intended for production servers!
The Sentora installer officially supports the following operating systems:
Some distributions derived from the supported operating systems may work. You are free to use Sentora on unsupported systems at your own risk. Sentora's development team will offer no support to unsupported distributions
The installer is designed to be as simple as possible. It will verify that all mandatory requirements are meet :
(Windows hosts file location: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\)
Example hosts file entries:
Where 192.168.1.200 is your server's or VM's static IP
The main domain will be used to setup email service (like webmaster@MAIN-DOMAIN.TLD)
The sub-domain will be dedicated to access to Sentora panel.
Once ALL of the above conditions are met you may begin installing Sentora on your server.
Also see Installation configuration
If any of the above terms or concepts seem unfamiliar then we recommend that you put some time aside to read up more on web servers and web hosting BEFORE you attempt to install Sentora.
Following the tutorials will assist you with the entire process of installing Sentora. However if you run into an error not documented here: Please visit the forum.
From time to time we find security loopholes in Sentora. We fix them and release emergency patches. You need to install these.