How to Install TinyCP in Ubuntu

By on March 8th, 2019


TinyCP is a control panel for managing Linux systems and which is now only available for Debian/Ubuntu based systems.  And for all those who use CentOS, TinyCP is supposed to come for CentOS in the near future. The main attraction of TinyCP is that it is extremely lightweight for hardware. TinyCP provides a wide range of features includes













Follow the below steps to install TinyCP in your Ubuntu system.

1) SSH to your server.

2) Download the TinyCP package to the source file.

3) To give the executable permission to the downloaded file run the below command.

chmod +x

4) To install the downloaded package, run the below command.


The installation will take only 5 minutes and after the successful installation, the screen shows a URL, username, and password to access your new control panel like below screenshot.



5) Start TinyCP by running below command before accessing the control panel.

 /etc/init.d/tinycp start

6) To access TinyCP control panel, browse the URL http://<server_ip>:8080 and enter the username and password and then click on the “Sign in” button.

Install TinyCP


7) After sign in your account, enter the email address and account ID and then click on the button “Update”, so your license key will be updated.

NB: Before you start with the installation, the TinyCP team requires you to register with an email address in order to get the download instructions and account ID.

If you do not register before installation, you can register after login to the control panel by clicking on the Register button on the right side.



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One Response to “How to Install TinyCP in Ubuntu”

  1. tinycp team says:

    Currently is available next version of TinyCP.
    This description applies to the old non-supported version.

    Find out new one.


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