WordPress installation in cPanel
You can install wordpress in diffrent ways :-

1 ) Maually installation
Login to users home directory >> then download the latest wordpress zip file
[root@server1 ~]# cd /home/xxxx/public_html
[root@server1 ~]#wget http://wordpress.org/latest.zip
Then unzip the file.
[root@server1 ~]#unzip latest.zip
Make sure the permissions are correct
[root@server1 ~]#chown user:user * -R
Then using the browser you can access directory where you installed it :   domain.com  or domain.com/wordpress
This will run a automated installation which will ask for a DB, DB USER, DB PASSWORD.
OR
2)You can also install WordPress using Softaculous offered with your cPanel control panel
The below description will help you with installing WordPress from your cPanel control panel using Softaculous.
Step 1 : You must first login to your website’s admin panel to initiate the WordPress installation on your website. Usually, you can locate it at yourwebsite.com/cpanel or yourwebsite.com:2082.
Step 2 : You must now scroll-down until you find Software/Services where you can see Softaculous. There are multiple scripts offered by Softaculous, but here we are interested in installing WordPress, if you intend to install some other web application, the process would be more or less similar.
 Step 3 : Scroll-down to Blogs. Look for the WordPress link and Click it. You should find link on the left-hand sidebar in Softaculous.
 Step 4 : Once in, you can view a brief information regarding WordPress. Look for the Install link placed above the header to initiate the installation. Click Install.
Step 5 : Softaculous will automatically fill in default settings, but you may want to customize them.
At the top of the page, you will have to select the domain where you wish to install WordPress. Select the directory to install WordPress on. It will fill the box with the default install destination to yourwebsite.com/wp.
You would be required to populate the empty boxes. For In Directory type the name of a new directory you would like created. The box would be left blank to install the software into your main directory by default. Once you are done, click Install.
Step 6 : Add a name and description for your website, type in your desired administrator username, password, and email address. If you wish to have a secure key (password), you must click the key logo and get a randomly generated password. Then click Install.
Step 7 : You will now see a confirmation page of your installation
Step 8 : You may access the link to go to your WordPress admin-page or type “yourwebsite.com/wp-admin” in the browser. You must now use the login name (username) and password that you had set during the installation.
Step 9 : At the first login, you would be prompted to change your password. You can ignore this by clicking the link that says “No Thanks, Do not remind me again”.