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Web hosting CP question

Right now I'm running ISPConfig to provide a control panel for my hosting clients. It has worked okay but some of the limitations it gives (i.e.: DNS records for new domains aren't created automatically) is bothering me.

Now, my provider is making some changes and safe to say during the renovation process I'm wanting to switch to a different (better?) but free hosting CP. I want to know what you guys have in mind?

I'm looking for something that runs on either Python or PHP (kind of prefer PHP since most of my clients will be running stuff on that anyways).

Comments

  • ZeroZero Member
    edited May 2013

    Have you looked at i-MSCP?

  • ztecztec Member

    I always liked webmin / virtualmin for personal use, but probably not the best when dealing with clients.

    You can spam me with any yearly shared hosting deal.

  • @Zero said:
    Have you looked at i-MSCP? Also what OS are you running?

    I looked at it while browsing the first time but for some reason wasn't fond of it. However I'll give it another try and see how I feel about it, thanks!

    @ztec said:
    I always liked webmin / virtualmin for personal use, but probably not the best when dealing with clients.

    Unfortunately not really. Plus Webmin has always given me resource issues.

  • amhoabamhoab Member

    Froxlor isn't the prettiest, but it's got a lot of potential and is under consistent development.

    ZPanel looks most user friendly but people here say it's loaded with security holes.

  • @amhoab said:
    Froxlor isn't the prettiest, but it's got a lot of potential and is under consistent development.

    ZPanel looks most user friendly but people here say it's loaded with security holes.

    Froxlor looks interesting. Being pretty isn't as important to me as being useful lol.

    ZPanel isn't really meant for multi-user environments though, and yeah its been very holed lately.

  • Webuzo! Might need some work if you're a webhost, though.

    I'm really talented at telling SolusVM to reinstall my OS. I can help you do it, too, for absolutely fee.

  • shovenoseshovenose Member, Provider

    EHCP?

  • EvoEvo Member
    edited May 2013

    You could try Kloxo-MR - it's a fork of the original Kloxo (the documentation says that it does have a lot of improvements):

    https://github.com/mustafaramadhan/kloxo

    Some of the important additions:

    Fixed many bugs of Kloxo Official (including security issues)

    Web server: Nginx, Nginx-Proxy and Lighttpd-proxy; beside Httpd and Lighttpd (in progress: Varnish, Hiawata, ATS and Httpd 2.4)

    Php: Dual-php with php 5.3/5.4 as primary and php 5.2 as secondary (in progress: multiple-php)

    Database: MySQL or MariaDB

    http://NeatLogos.com - Easy, Affordable, Fast - Logo and Web Design

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