sh <(curl https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh || wget -O - https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh) Why thi

sh <(curl https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh || wget -O - https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh)

Why this command is not working?

Hi,

Do you have any error message ?

It’s some issue with ipv6 cloudflare.

I have the same issue with my vserver with has an ipv6 only address. I can start the install command from above. But the download from https://cyberpanel.sh for the cyberpanel.sh file will fail. So I tested the domain with IPv6 test - web site reachability and the result is that no ipv6 support for the domain https://cyberpanel.sh is given.
Will the ipv6 support implement in the future for the domain https://cyberpanel.sh?
Or is there another way to install it on a ipv6 only server?

Type your comment> @hopeless said:

I have the same issue with my vserver with has an ipv6 only address. I can start the install command from above. But the download from https://cyberpanel.sh for the cyberpanel.sh file will fail. So I tested the domain with IPv6 test - web site reachability and the result is that no ipv6 support for the domain https://cyberpanel.sh is given.
Will the ipv6 support implement in the future for the domain https://cyberpanel.sh?
Or is there another way to install it on a ipv6 only server?

unfortunately not right now , as my computer does not have IPv6 connection so I can’t even test it …

is there a way to install cyberpanel without internet connection to your server? Like an offline installation.

@hopeless said:
is there a way to install cyberpanel without internet connection to your server? Like an offline installation.

For our server, only script and some necessary files, but the fact is that during installation, there are hundreds packages need to downloaded and installed , so, it’s not possible without internet connection