Run Webuzo using VMPlayer

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Webuzo packages the Single User Control Panel with the CentOS operating systems and all of the dependencies required to locally setup a LAMP Stack to deploy a wide range of PHP applications by a click of a button as well install system applications like NGINX, Apache, Lighttpd, Java, Multiple versions of PHP, etc just by a click of a button. The virtualization packages provided by Webuzo a in a Ready-to-use form.

Getting Started
1) Download and Install VMPlayer (Located under Desktop & End-User Computing Category)

VMPlayer Downloads : https://my.vmware.com/web/vmware/downloads

2) Download the Webuzo Virtual Appliance Package.
Download the latest version of Webuzo Virtual Applicance from the Downloads Page.
Download Link : http://www.webuzo.com/downloads
Webuzo VM Download

Virtual Machines of over 310+ applications is available for download from the Webuzo Apps Page.
Scripts VM Download : http://www.webuzo.com/apps
Webuzo Apps VM Download

3) Extract the downloaded Webuzo package >> Right Click (Double Click) on the .vmx file
Select “Open with VMPlayer”
Open with VMPlayer

4) Webuzo will start-up the Webuzo CentOS machine.
Open with VMPlayer

5) Follow the provided instructions to access the Webuzo Admin/ Enduser Panel.
Webuzo Congif Details
Default password for the “root” user is “webuzo”.

6) Access the URL provided by the Webuzo console to initially configure Webuzo.
Webuzo Initial Setup

Note : This step will take a while as the dependencies packages are downloaded to configure the machine.

That’s it. You can all set to go @@@

Unable to fetch IP
If you get a message as “Obtaining IP” as in the image below. Here is the fix.
Webuzo Obtaining IP

Log in to the VM (Ctrl+G) using the username “root” and password “webuzo” and execute the following commands:


Root > rm -rf /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
Root > reboot

Continue to Step 5…

Experience Webuzo Locally and Happy development !!!

For support contact
Support : https://www.softaculous.com/support/open.php?