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Ubuntu 12.04 – Install OpenPanel


The OpenPanel team doesn’t support Ubuntu 12.04 server officially yet, but I got it installed with a few alternate steps and it seems to work fine. I have it running in a production environment.

The original installation steps for older Ubuntu versions are described at But for Ubuntu 12.04 just follow the steps below and it will work. Make sure you execute all steps as root.

nano /etc/apt/sources.list

Add the following lines at the very bottom of /etc/apt/sources.list, save it and go back to the terminal with Ctrl + X and than Y for the More >

Ubuntu 11.04 / OpenPanel – Install Webalizer


Make sure you make all changes as user “root”.

Install Webalizer

apt-get install webalizer

First change the default webalizer config.

nano /etc/webalizer/webalizer.conf

Incremental processing allows multiple partial log files to be used instead of one huge one. And OpenPanel creates multiple files by default, so lets set “incremental” to yes.

#Incremental     no
Incremental     yes

OpenPanel created apache log files per virtual host, so we don’t have to do that by ourselves. The access log files are located at “/var/log/apache2/openpanel/logs”.

To generate stats from an apache access log file, you’ll have to execute the following More >

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