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Web Server Setup Series - Install & Configure CentOS Web Panel

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​In the first article of the series, I'm going to start off setting up the web server using CentOS web panel. CentOS web panel is a web hosting panel with a bunch of GUI tools to manage servers. The panel is designed to provide the easy and secure way of managing web servers.

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