MediaCP Manual
    1. Getting Started
    2. Sales Questions
    3. Frequently Asked Questions
    4. Transcoder System Benchmarks
    5. Start an audio streaming business
    1. Change account currency
    2. Product Licensing
    1. Introduction
    2. Installation & Upgrade
      1. System Requirements
      2. Versions & Releases
      3. Installation
      4. Upgrading
      5. Streaming Servers
        1. Nginx-Rtmp Video Server
        2. Flussonic Media Server
        3. Wowza Streaming Engine
      6. SSL Certificates
    3. Billing Integration
      1. WHMCS Integration Guide
    4. Migrate from other software
      1. Migrate from Centovacast
    5. Backup & Restoration
      1. Restore MediaCP
      2. Backup MediaCP
      3. Transfer to another server
    6. Administration
      1. Custom Web Service Configurations
      2. Reset Admin Password
      3. MediaCP System Commands
      4. Change MediaCP domain name
      5. Move media to another hard disk
      6. FTP Troubleshooting
    7. Scaling
      1. Scale with Wowza and CloudFront CDN
      2. Nginx-Rtmp with CloudFront CDN
    8. Troubleshooting
      1. Troubleshooting Wowza Streaming Engine
      2. MySQL Database Troubleshooting
    1. Introduction
    2. Administrators Dashboard
    3. System Configuration
      1. General
      2. Services
      3. Video Players
      4. Albums
      5. Email
      6. Plugins
      7. Statistics
      8. Backups
      9. Custom HTML
      10. Misc
    4. Customer Accounts
      1. Managing existing Customers
      2. Create a new Customer
      3. Deleting a Customer
      4. Login as another Customer
      5. Send email to Customer
      6. Reset Customer Password
    5. Reseller Accounts
      1. Reseller Plans
      2. Create a Reseller Account
    6. Media Services
      1. Creating a Media Service
    7. Announcements
      1. Managing Announcements
      2. Creating Announcement
      3. Deleting Announcement
    8. Statistics
    9. Software Health
    10. Software Updates
    11. Email Templates
    12. API
    1. API Documentation
    2. Custom Domain Names
    3. Shoutcast 2 Admin Guide
    4. Wowza and Flussonic on same system
    5. Submit a feature request
    1. Shoutcast 2 Live Broadcasting
    2. DJ Priorities
    3. HTML5 Audio Player
    4. Broadcasting with AutoDJ
    5. Shoutcast 2 Premium
    6. Mount Points
    1. Ondemand Video Streaming
    2. Getting started with video streaming
    3. Relay & IP Camera
Installation

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Installation Notes

Please review System Requirements before installing the Media Control Panel software on your system.

  • The MediaCP is a stand-alone software and does not require  you to install Apache, PHP or MySQL.
  • The installation script will automatically install required system packages via YUM and APT-GET.
  • The MediaCP will be installed in /usr/local/mediacp and accessible on port 2000 from http://[your-domain]:2000/
  • MediaCP 2.2 is compatible only with CentOS 7, CentOS 8, Debian 8, Debian 9 and Debian 10.
  • HTTPS / SSL will attempt to be automatically be installed and requires that port 80 be available to your server.

You will need to have ready the following information ready before starting the installation:

  • MediaCP License Key
  • The domain name that you wish to install our software upon.
  • If you intend to use Wowza Streaming Engine or Flussonic Media Server, you will require a license from either www.wowza.com or www.flussonic.com

Begin Installation

1. Login to your server as root

It is required that you login to the server as a root user to install the Media Control Panel.

2. Run the following in SSH to begin the installation

Select the release branch you would like to install below then copy and paste the line into SSH to begin installation.

The Stable release tier receives stability updates for the most stable version of the MediaCp. Updates have been publicly tested as well as passed internal automated testing procedures. This is recommended for most customers.

su -c "$(curl -sSL http://install.mediacp.net)"

The Latest release tier receives the latest feature updates and is updated regularly, usually ever 2-3 weeks. Updates are tested internally by our automated testing procedures before being released.

su -c "$(curl -sSL http://install.mediacp.net) latest"

The LTS release tier receives the least amount of updates and will receive mostly only critical bug and security patches. This release tier will receive new major version updates from the Stable branch roughly once every 4 months.

su -c "$(curl -sSL http://install.mediacp.net) lts"

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