- These instructions are intended for installing the Liquid Web Private Cloud (Parent) module for WHMCS.
- I’ll be working from a Liquid Web cPanel/WHM CentOS 6.5 server, and I’ll be logged into my cPanel account with WHMCS already installed.
- I’ll also be logged into an SSH (command line) session as root.
First, you’ll want to download the module from ModulesGarden.
Next, use cPanel File Manager or another means of uploading (e.g. FTP, SFTP, SCP), to upload the file to your server. In this case, the file I’ve downloaded is
Via your SSH terminal, as root, change directory to the location of WHMCS:
Unzip the plugin, which in this example is named
Correct the permissions for the uploaded module:
chown -R $user:$user /home/$user/public_html/$WHMCS_location/
Congratulations! Liquid Web Private Cloud should be ready for use with WHMCS!
Now let’s login to WHMCS and configure our first product with Liquid Web Private cloud!
First, using the top navigation, mouse over
If you haven’t already
After you choose your
Now it’s time to select the
Enter your API access details into
That’s it! The module is now installed, configured, and ready for use.
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