This is CentOS 7 installation manual. Here is general CentOS manual.

4) Preparation
For the following steps, you will need to be logged in as root.

1. Make sure your OS is updated
The very first thing you should do is make sure your base Linux install is
fully updated. To do so, simply run "yum update" as root. If there was a
kernel upgrade, you will want to reboot before continuing.
# yum update

2. Additional Software Repositories
The CentOS repositories do not include all the software needed to run EasySCP.
You will need to add another repositories to your system to install everything
you need.

EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux):
EPEL contains most of the additional packages needed.
Install this repository following

# rpm -Uvh

3. Disabling SELinux
SELinux will need to be disabled if it is enabled. To disable, run

# setenforce 0

as root. To ensure that it stays disabled between reboots, edit the file
/etc/selinux/config and change the value of SELINUX to disabled.

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5) Installation
Be sure you are logged in as root.

1. Untar or unzip the distribution files to a secure directory:
# cd /usr/local/src
# tar xjvf easyscp-2.0.0.tar.bz2

2. Change to the newly created directory:
# cd ./easyscp-2.0.0

3. Install the required modules
A list of packages required by this software is located in
/docs/CentOS/centos-packages and can be used to easily install the packages
you need by running the following commands:
# yum install $(cat ./docs/CentOS/centos-packages7)

NOTE: Running this command will install both x86_64 and i3/5/686 packages on
x86_64 installs for all packages that have both architectures in the
repository! To avoid, either add "exclude=*.i386 *.i586 *.i686" for your yum
repository configuration files, or install the packages listed in the file
one-by-one, making sure to specify the package name in the format

4. Make sure that SQL Server is running for setup:
# service mariadb start

5. Start the basic setup:
# ./

Setup will now Build the Software and copy all the directories into your system.
After that, Setup will then secure your MariaDB installation.
Change or create MariaDB root password, remove anonymous users, disallow root login remotely, remove test database (and access to it), reload privilege tables.

If no error occour go to the web-frontend and install EasySCP step-by-step.

If you get no error, all went good; if you get one, look at to solve the problem.

No guarantee provided that it will work