Oracle’s newly exited ARM can actually have up to 4 cores, 24G memory, 4G bandwidth, and 200G storage instances. But the CPU is an arm architecture, so in actual use, when installing the pagoda panel, we encountered some problems and could not complete the installation. Actually, it was caused by associated software.

Many people will install Debian through DD, but this is risky. Many people are deleted by Oracle because they are detected to be idle by the system. The DD system will cause some detection functions to fail, so this is not recommended. The following is the default installation under Oracle Linux 8.

First update the system software package:

Update Oracle Linux 8 system to latest:

 [[email protected] ~]# yum upgrade -y && yum update -y

Download & Install aaPanel (BT)

For aaPanel:

Centos / Oracle Linux:yum install -y wget && wget -O && bash aapanel
Ubuntu/Deepin:wget -O && sudo bash aapanel
Debian:wget -O && bash aapanel

For BT: (Chinese Version of aaPanel)

curl -sSO && bash

Install all dependencies

To install LNMP software, you will need some dependencies installed first. 

For example, to Install LNMP (Nginx2.2.4 ,PHP 8.0, Mysql 5.7)

  • yum install gcc build-essential
  • yum install gcc gcc-c++ autoconf automake
  • yum -y install zlib zlib-devel openssl openssl-devel pcre pcre-devel

If you got a message to say:
No match for argument: build-essential
Error: Unable to find a match: build-essential

We can try :

  • yum install gcc gcc-c++ make

This works equivalent of build-essential in CentOS.

You might also need following package, Libiconv

Configure libiconv:

  • ./configure -prefix=/usr/local –build arm-pc-linux

Compile and install:

  • make
  • make install

Create a link to Libiconv (创建文件链接到Libiconv库)

  • ln -s /usr/local/lib/ /usr/lib
  • ln -s /usr/local/lib/ /usr/lib/

If install Nginx 1.21 through aaPanel or BT panel, no matter using compiled method or fast method, you will meet Error: The HTTP image filter module requires the GD library, the easy fix is to install gd and gd-devel packages.

  • yum install gd gd-devel

Install LNMP

Log in to aaPanel using the link and credentials showing in the command line:

[[email protected] ~]# bt
===============aaPanel CLI==================
(1) Restart panel                           (8) Change panel port
(2) Stop panel                              (9) Clear panel cache
(3) Start panel                             (10) Clear login limit
(4) Reload panel                            (11) Cancel entrance limit
(5) Change panel password                   (12) Cancel domain binding limit
(6) Change panel username                   (13) Cacel IP access limit
(7) Forcibly change MySQL root password     (14) View panel default info
(22) Display panel error log                (15) Clear system rubbish
(23) Turn off BasicAuth authentication      (16) Repair panel (check for errors and update panel files to the latest version)
(24) Turn off Google Authenticator          (17) Set log cutting on/off compression
(25) Set whether to back up the panel automatically  (18) Set whether to save a historical copy of the file
(26) Keep/Remove local backup when backing up to cloud storage
(0) Cancel
Pls enter command number:14
aaPanel default info!
aaPanel Internet Address:
aaPanel Internal Address:
username: nkbrpcr
password: a211621
If you cannot access the panel,
release the following port (8888|888|80|443|20|21) in the security group
[[email protected] ~]#

After you logged in Web Gui, it will prompt you for recommended software packages, either LNMP or LAMP.

If there is any installation for LNMP not completed, you will need to install dependencies following the previous section’s instruction. 

Eventually, you will have folloing packages installed. 

Install LNMP

Enable BBR

Google developed a TCP Congestion Control Algorithm (CCA) called TCP Bottleneck Bandwidth and RRT (BBR) that overcomes many of the issues found in both Reno and CUBIC (the default CCAs). This new algorithm not only achieves significant bandwidth improvements, but also lower latency. TCP BBR is already employed with servers, and now you can make it happen–so long as your Linux machine is running kernel 4.9 or newer.

BBR is a new TCP congestion control algorithm that uses estimated congestion rather than loss to determine when to back off.

wget -N --no-check-certificate && chmod +x && bash

Check if BBR has been installed and started:

sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_available_congestion_control
sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_congestion_control
sysctl net.core.default_qdisc
lsmod | grep bbr
ps -ef | grep bbr


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