Cpanel can't install on home network if you haven't dedicated ip's and it is not a public ip's.
Also you not need any apache installer because Cpanel come with all required software include apache, php, mysql and etc.
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Oh so you're saying that I can't do offline testing with Cpanel? Just like how I'm setting up a forums now but am doing it offline with Xampp and Vbulletin (offline using the 127.0.0.1 or localhost address).
For Cpanel it must be installed on an webhosting IP address account?
I hope i am not correct on this one, and that i am not breaking the rules.
There is only one way you can get a cPanel7 file (a warez network) and it has been acknowledged by the cPanel crew that 7 was the version that was crackable (8 had the introduction of IP validation and 9 had the introduction of IP+Hardware validation.) and 7 operates off a serial code from what i know.
if you don't have static ips you cannot install cPanel on your home network, however, if you do have a static IP, you can do this.
However, judging by the name and age and version of that file, it was from a warez network of some type, I would really suggest not using it, as cPanel does not take kindly to people pirating their software...