1. Log into your cPanel account.
2. In the “Software” section, you need to hit on “Softaculous App Installer” Icon.
3. When you click on the “Softaculous App Installer” Icon cPanel will revert you to the Softaculous Panel.
4. On the left side of your screen you should locate the “Portal/CMS” category. Click on it and then click on the “Mambo” link that will be appeared on your screen.
5. Click on the “Install” button.
6. Fill up the necessary details under the “Software Setup” field:
Choose Protocol: You can leave this as it is.
Choose Domain: If you don’t have multiple domains, leave this as it is.
In Directory: If you would like to install this in a directory, for example, XYZ.com/directory, just mention the directory name. Elseways, you can just leave it blank to install in your main domain XYZ.com
7. Under “Site Settings” field:
Site Name: Enter the name of your website, such as “Mambo”.
Site Description: Site Description.
8. Under “Database Settings” field:
Table Prefix: You can leave this as it is.
9. Under the “Admin Account” field enter the following information:
Admin Username: The default username is “Admin” and the edit option is disabled.
Admin Password: Use a strong password.
Real Name: Leave this as it is or use your full name.
Admin Email: Your e-mail address.
Note: Copy the admin username and password on a notepad because you will need these login details to access the admin area of your Mambo Website.
10.Advanced Options: Leave this as it is unless you want to change the database name or take an automated backup. Please see to it that you are not taking too many continuous backups as it can utilize a lot of disk space.
At last, scroll down to the end of the page and then click on the Install Button.