Centmin Mod 1.2.3-eva2000.08 stable release !


Active Member
Since a few members here are using my Centmin Mod LEMP web stack for their servers, just a heads up I just switched my domain's DNS over to the new server cluster which sports the new web site design.

Also Centmin Mod 1.2.3-eva2000.08 stable release is here - well official release date is July 31st, 2015 which would be about right once DNS updates worldwide. This new release has been in development for past 12+ months, so I am glad to have it released now. You can check outs what's new here or on the new site if DNS has propagated in your neck of the woods.

For folks who don't like reading, the quickest way to install Centmin Mod is now via one liner command

curl -sL | bash
However, there's other methods outlined here as well Download

New method of adding Nginx domain via command line too via /usr/bin/nv as outlined here Nginx Vhost & NSD DNS Setup

To create a new site domain Nginx vhost account for with self-signed SSL enabled and Pure-FTPD virtual FTP username = MYFTPUSERNAME, type the following in SSH command line.
/usr/bin/nv -d -s y -u MYFTPUSERNAME
So essentially to install Centmin Mod LEMP and setup in Nginx vhost, you only need 2 commands in SSH as root user on a fresh CentOS 6 or 7 based OS server.
curl -sL | bash
/usr/bin/nv -d -s y -u MYFTPUSERNAME
or one line when you combine them :)
curl -sL | bash; /usr/bin/nv -d -s y -u MYFTPUSERNAME
Then bookmark and read the Getting Started Guide :D
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Thanks for your continued hard work @eva2000. While I don't use CentOS for my primary stack, I do use your script for cross OS testing. You've saved me hours of repetitive setup time, and for that I am humbly grateful.


The Irrational One
Retired Staff
Yep Centmin mod is a pretty useful project.  

Personally I'm a big fan of Debian and Debian-based OS (including Ubuntu).  However there have been times I've had to deal with CentOS and Centmin Mod has been very useful in working with it.  Thanks again for keeping up with it! 


Just a dude
vpsBoard Founder
Awesome! I'm with @HalfEatenPie in regards to preferring Debian but I've used Centmin many times in the past for CentOS builds and have always loved it. Keep up the good work!