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    CyberPanel - Control Panel Based on OpenLiteSpeed [Updated!]

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    • @luissousa said:
      Any possibility of using ldap for users/groups management and login?

      No plans yet.

      @HugotonHosting said:
      Smart UI, is it responsive on mobile devices?

      Yes

    • ArisCArisC Member

      @HugotonHosting said:
      Smart UI, is it responsive on mobile devices?

      It is

    • hqrajahqraja Member
      edited July 2018

      Is the LiteSpeed Cache's crawler enabled at the server level? If not, is there a way in CyberPanel to enable it (on a per-site and/or global basis)?

    • pengpeng Member

      Hello, how should I contact you? I can provide Chinese translation

    • qtwrkqtwrk Member

      @hqraja said:
      Is the LiteSpeed Cache's crawler enabled at the server level? If not, is there a way in CyberPanel to enable it (on a per-site and/or global basis)?

      hmmmmm , as far as I know , crawler is enabled at server level , and currently no way to disable it on server/vhost level.

      @peng said:
      Hello, how should I contact you? I can provide Chinese translation

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    • HostDocHostDoc Member, Provider, Top Provider
    • WebProjectWebProject Member, Provider

      Very great and easy to use control panel.

      It seems to me backup option can be done to root remote account, any reason for it? why only IP address option?

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    • @WebProject said:
      Very great and easy to use control panel.

      It seems to me backup option can be done to root remote account, any reason for it? why only IP address option?

      Thank you for the feedback, but I don't understand what do you mean. Normally user can create and download backups for websites they own. But only administrators can restore backups by first moving them to /home/backup

    • WebProjectWebProject Member, Provider
      edited July 2018

      cyberpersons said: But only administrators can restore backups by first moving them to /home/backup

      I personally interested in remote backup option, at this moment the backupDestinations page required the IP address and root password only and port. I think it will be great if admin be able to enter any username for remote backup service.

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    • @WebProject said:

      cyberpersons said: But only administrators can restore backups by first moving them to /home/backup

      I personally interested in remote backup option, at this moment the backupDestinations page required the IP address and root password only and port. I think it will be great if admin be able to enter any username for remote backup service.

      Got your point, will look into this. However, I recently implemented the most requested feature.

      Ability to disable Mail, FTP and DNS services.

    • @cyberpersons said:
      Got your point, will look into this. However, I recently implemented the most requested feature.

      Ability to disable Mail, FTP and DNS services.

      Wonder ... Which version?

    • @rafaelmarrichi said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      Got your point, will look into this. However, I recently implemented the most requested feature.

      Ability to disable Mail, FTP and DNS services.

      Wonder ... Which version?

      https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/comment/2841857/#Comment_2841857

    • WebProjectWebProject Member, Provider

      its very strange bug in 1.7.1:

      Failed to start installation, Error message: {$ errorMessage $}

      Could not connect. Please refresh this page.

      Installation failed. {$ errorMessage $}

      CSF successfully installed, refreshing page in 3 seconds..

      impossible to install CSF using button:

      https://s15.postimg.cc/hmst4r0gp/csf.png

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    • @WebProject said:
      its very strange bug in 1.7.1:

      Failed to start installation, Error message: {$ errorMessage $}

      Could not connect. Please refresh this page.

      Installation failed. {$ errorMessage $}

      CSF successfully installed, refreshing page in 3 seconds..

      impossible to install CSF using button:

      https://s15.postimg.cc/hmst4r0gp/csf.png

      If you have previously installed on the same IP, don't forget to clear your browser cache.

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    • @cyberpersons What about option to enable directory listing/browsing? Default it is disabled and I can't sort it out.

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    • @Anna_Parker said:
      @cyberpersons What about option to enable directory listing/browsing? Default it is disabled and I can't sort it out.

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    • @qtwrk Yup, but there's no option like that on CyberPanel, that's why I have asked the developer. Thanks though.

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    • Is it possible to access openlitespeed panel via web in order to change more advanced settings?

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    • I just found out about this today. To be honest, it looks kind of cool and promising. I won't talk about the features since this is going to be a work in progress (and presumably a never ending process) but I can talk about the UI/UX of the backend or admin interface.

      I can see that you're using Bootstrap as your base? However, I don't really like the color scheme. It's hurting my eyes. It doesn't match your logo colors too and you need a better stationery rebranding (the name is fine tho). The responsive navigation is broken on smaller devices/viewport. How about investing on a "better-looking" pre-made extended template license available on ThemeForest?

      If this is opensource, maybe you could do a crowdfunding campaign, I'll be glad to be one of your premium backers. How flexible is it to create a custom theme/plugins and do you have a marketplace to monetize your project? I've seen a lot of newly hype projects ended up dead in just a few months/years.

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    • ExonHostExonHost Member, Provider

      They are going to release enterprise version with LiteSpeed Enterprise version support.

      @Dedicadude said:

      If this is opensource, maybe you could do a crowdfunding campaign, I'll be glad to be one of your premium backers. How flexible is it to create a custom theme/plugins and do you have a marketplace to monetize your project? I've seen a lot of newly hype projects ended up dead in just a few months/years.

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    • @Dedicadude said:

      If this is opensource, maybe you could do a crowdfunding campaign, I'll be glad to be one of your premium backers. How flexible is it to create a custom theme/plugins and do you have a marketplace to monetize your project? I've seen a lot of newly hype projects ended up dead in just a few months/years.

      I thought that CyberPanel is owned/supported/has some affiliation with Litespeed itself so I don't think that this a project that will die any time soon.

    • @ExonHost I’m not a big fan of litespeed but it’s always great to see new tools coming in. Everything looks lacking in early development in most proejcts (even cPanel v1.0 vs v77.0) but I’m guessing if it has a strong financial backup support, it can go far.

      @zafouhar Oh, really? That’s cool. I didn’t read the whole thread just the first post. But if this is going to be another pay-to-use software, I’d rather pass and use a more established one just because of stability and functionality... the UI/UX design gave me a first impression that this thing needs a lot of works to be done before it can actually convince me to read more about the core features...

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    • @Dedicadude said:
      @ExonHost I’m not a big fan of litespeed but it’s always great to see new tools coming in. Everything looks lacking in early development in most proejcts (even cPanel v1.0 vs v77.0) but I’m guessing if it has a strong financial backup support, it can go far.

      @zafouhar Oh, really? That’s cool. I didn’t read the whole thread just the first post. But if this is going to be another pay-to-use software, I’d rather pass and use a more established one just because of stability and functionality... the UI/UX design gave me a first impression that this thing needs a lot of works to be done before it can actually convince me to read more about the core features...

      Ispmanager for 4 euro/m is way to go - very cheap with so many goodies. I will be staying away from cyber...enterprise if it wants to earn money before mind.

    • @yongsiklee said:

      @Dedicadude said:
      @ExonHost I’m not a big fan of litespeed but it’s always great to see new tools coming in. Everything looks lacking in early development in most proejcts (even cPanel v1.0 vs v77.0) but I’m guessing if it has a strong financial backup support, it can go far.

      @zafouhar Oh, really? That’s cool. I didn’t read the whole thread just the first post. But if this is going to be another pay-to-use software, I’d rather pass and use a more established one just because of stability and functionality... the UI/UX design gave me a first impression that this thing needs a lot of works to be done before it can actually convince me to read more about the core features...

      Ispmanager for 4 euro/m is way to go - very cheap with so many goodies. I will be staying away from cyber...enterprise if it wants to earn money before mind.

      GTFO spammer

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    • @LTniger said:

      @yongsiklee said:

      @Dedicadude said:
      @ExonHost ...
      @zafouhar Oh, really? That’s cool. I didn’t read the whole thread just the first post. But if this is going to be another pay-to-use software, I’d rather pass and use a more established one just because of stability and functionality... the UI/UX design gave me a first impression that this thing needs a lot of works to be done before it can actually convince me to read more about the core features...

      Ispmanager for 4 euro/m is way to go - very cheap with so many goodies. I will be staying away from cyber...enterprise if it wants to earn money before mind.

      GTFO spammer

      I just agreed with zafouhar and am giving you an alternative in case cyber... becomes a pay-to-use product because I love ispm.... after using for about 1 year.. You do not have to be rude like that.

    • @Dedicadude said:
      @ExonHost I’m not a big fan of litespeed but it’s always great to see new tools coming in. Everything looks lacking in early development in most proejcts (even cPanel v1.0 vs v77.0) but I’m guessing if it has a strong financial backup support, it can go far.

      @zafouhar Oh, really? That’s cool. I didn’t read the whole thread just the first post. But if this is going to be another pay-to-use software, I’d rather pass and use a more established one just because of stability and functionality... the UI/UX design gave me a first impression that this thing needs a lot of works to be done before it can actually convince me to read more about the core features...

      I agree, the design is a bit.. it could improve I'd say, it looks very newbie

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    • @yongsiklee said:

      @LTniger said:

      @yongsiklee said:

      @Dedicadude said:
      @ExonHost ...
      @zafouhar Oh, really? That’s cool. I didn’t read the whole thread just the first post. But if this is going to be another pay-to-use software, I’d rather pass and use a more established one just because of stability and functionality... the UI/UX design gave me a first impression that this thing needs a lot of works to be done before it can actually convince me to read more about the core features...

      Ispmanager for 4 euro/m is way to go - very cheap with so many goodies. I will be staying away from cyber...enterprise if it wants to earn money before mind.

      GTFO spammer

      I just agreed with zafouhar and am giving you an alternative in case cyber... becomes a pay-to-use product because I love ispm.... after using for about 1 year.. You do not have to be rude like that.

      Actually, you agreed to me not zafouhar :smiley:

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    • @desfire said:

      I agree, the design is a bit.. it could improve I'd say, it looks very newbie

      Love to see people complaining about free products.

      As far as we know, there wasn't any vulnerability with the panel, the performance is top notch, there are no major bugs that are known, it's completely open source and there were no intentions shown to make it into a paid product.

      YET, you complain that you dislike the look of the UI, and that it doesn't look enterprise enough... Fork the project, change the design, and you are good to go.

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    • @Dedicadude said:

      @yongsiklee said:

      @LTniger said:

      @yongsiklee said:

      @Dedicadude said:
      @ExonHost ...
      @zafouhar Oh, really? That’s cool. I didn’t read the whole thread just the first post. But if this is going to be another pay-to-use software, I’d rather pass and use a more established one just because of stability and functionality... the UI/UX design gave me a first impression that this thing needs a lot of works to be done before it can actually convince me to read more about the core features...

      Ispmanager for 4 euro/m is way to go - very cheap with so many goodies. I will be staying away from cyber...enterprise if it wants to earn money before mind.

      GTFO spammer

      I just agreed with zafouhar and am giving you an alternative in case cyber... becomes a pay-to-use product because I love ispm.... after using for about 1 year.. You do not have to be rude like that.

      Actually, you agreed to me not zafouhar :smiley:

      Oops. Sorry.:-)

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    • @vovler said:

      @desfire said:

      I agree, the design is a bit.. it could improve I'd say, it looks very newbie

      Love to see people complaining about free products.

      As far as we know, there wasn't any vulnerability with the panel, the performance is top notch, there are no major bugs that are known, it's completely open source and there were no intentions shown to make it into a paid product.

      YET, you complain that you dislike the look of the UI, and that it doesn't look enterprise enough... Fork the project, change the design, and you are good to go.

      I will try it myself on one of my VMs. If it shows no vulnerabilities, bugs can be addressed rather easily, and the performance is on par, I may switch, saving 4 euro/m. :-)

    • @vovler said:

      @desfire said:

      I agree, the design is a bit.. it could improve I'd say, it looks very newbie

      Love to see people complaining about free products.

      As far as we know, there wasn't any vulnerability with the panel, the performance is top notch, there are no major bugs that are known, it's completely open source and there were no intentions shown to make it into a paid product.

      YET, you complain that you dislike the look of the UI, and that it doesn't look enterprise enough... Fork the project, change the design, and you are good to go.

      I use it in more than 5 servers and I am really satifisfied with it, best free panel, that does not mean everything is perfect.

      Vesta is so buggy but their interface is really neat

    • @vovler said:

      @desfire said:

      I agree, the design is a bit.. it could improve I'd say, it looks very newbie

      Love to see people complaining about free products.

      As far as we know, there wasn't any vulnerability with the panel, the performance is top notch, there are no major bugs that are known, it's completely open source and there were no intentions shown to make it into a paid product.

      YET, you complain that you dislike the look of the UI, and that it doesn't look enterprise enough... Fork the project, change the design, and you are good to go.

      Actually, there's a difference between "complaining" and "giving (honest) feedback".

      I don't think I have the time and energy to fork and change the design hence the "feedback" or if you prefer -- "complain". It's better this way so that the developers know what their users really like to see.

      We know it's currently open-source but the confusion was when @ExonHost mentioned "They are going to release enterprise version with LiteSpeed Enterprise version support." hence the "pay-to-use" term for the enterprise version thus comparing it to other
      enterprise grade" control panel such as ___(fill in the blank).

      IMHO, the colors are too light/girlish-pastel and gives me that "weak" feeling. If I'm the lead UI/UX; I'll use a more solid and strong darker/bolder color - well this is rather subjective so you may have different opinion than mine so I rest my case and we have to agree to disagree...

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    • Been using it together with ntcp and works great so far.

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    • yongsikleeyongsiklee Member
      edited August 2018

      @inthecloudblog said:
      Been using it together with ntcp and works great so far.

      May I ask how long you have been using it, if you found any bugs so far, and if so, what are they.?

    • @inthecloudblog said:
      ntcp.

      What is ntcp?

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    • Interested. Bookmarked.

    • LTnigerLTniger Member
      edited August 2018

      Massive drawback with OLS - only partially .htaccess support. If you have a ton of .htaccess files from Apache - convert them into OLS "context" is a nightmare.

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    • @NanoG6 said:

      @inthecloudblog said:
      ntcp.

      What is ntcp?

      Short for netcup

    • And install> @cyberpersons said:

      Hi,

      I hope everyone is good.

      For past few months, I was working on a control panel which purely uses LiteSpeed (open) as a web server. I choose openlitespeed because it supports Apache configurations.

      Some of the features are:

      Auto SSL.
      FTP
      Databases.
      DNS
      Controlling PHP from GUI based panel.
      

      Some screen shots:

      Homepage: http://i.imgur.com/WoLqmTM.png

      DNS Panel: http://i.imgur.com/HlpRp92.png

      Create Website: http://i.imgur.com/YA1MS5i.png

      The panel also supports multiple levels of users, if anyone is interested to take an inside look and find some errors that would be great, you can post below, and I will create a reseller account. Which have almost all the features except it can not create another reseller.

      Login page can be found at http://35.188.153.67:8000/

      There is still a lot to do.

      Edit: Any features requests would also be good.

      Thanks for reading. :)

      Do you have an off-site back up option?

    • yongsikleeyongsiklee Member
      edited August 2018

      @yongsiklee said:
      And install> @cyberpersons said:

      Hi,

      I hope everyone is good.

      For past few months, I was working on a control panel which purely uses LiteSpeed (open) as a web server. I choose openlitespeed because it supports Apache configurations.

      Some of the features are:

      Auto SSL.
      FTP
      Databases.
      DNS
      Controlling PHP from GUI based panel.
      

      Some screen shots:

      Homepage: http://i.imgur.com/WoLqmTM.png

      DNS Panel: http://i.imgur.com/HlpRp92.png

      Create Website: http://i.imgur.com/YA1MS5i.png

      The panel also supports multiple levels of users, if anyone is interested to take an inside look and find some errors that would be great, you can post below, and I will create a reseller account. Which have almost all the features except it can not create another reseller.

      Login page can be found at http://35.188.153.67:8000/

      There is still a lot to do.

      Edit: Any features requests would also be good.

      Thanks for reading. :)

      Do you have an off-site back up option?

      Never mind. I figured.

    • @Dedicadude said:
      I just found out about this today. To be honest, it looks kind of cool and promising. I won't talk about the features since this is going to be a work in progress (and presumably a never ending process) but I can talk about the UI/UX of the backend or admin interface.

      I can see that you're using Bootstrap as your base? However, I don't really like the color scheme. It's hurting my eyes. It doesn't match your logo colors too and you need a better stationery rebranding (the name is fine tho). The responsive navigation is broken on smaller devices/viewport. How about investing on a "better-looking" pre-made extended template license available on ThemeForest?

      If this is opensource, maybe you could do a crowdfunding campaign, I'll be glad to be one of your premium backers. How flexible is it to create a custom theme/plugins and do you have a marketplace to monetize your project? I've seen a lot of newly hype projects ended up dead in just a few months/years.

      I do read suggestions/feedback and try to implement feasible features as soon as possible.

      But I don't understand what do you mean by:

      you need a better stationery rebranding

      And yes the project is OpenSource, however, I would like to clear the confusion some people might have.

      As promised this project will stay opensource and free with CyberPanel and OpenLiteSpeed at the backend. There will be another version in near future (currently in development) which will run LiteSpeed Ent on the backend (not OpenLiteSpeed) but mostly features on both versions will stay same except one will run OpenLiteSpeed and other LiteSpeed Ent.

      Apart from that, I try to patch any bugs as soon as they are reported, and I would like to thank everyone for their feedback.

    • @cyberpersons Is it possible to enable IPv6, looks like openlightspeed has only bound to the V4 interface

      Also the IP shown in cyberpanel is wrong as I installed cyberpanel before setting the 121 NAT for the v4 so it shows the nat overload IP of the firewall instead of the servers IP

    • Also It looks like removing CSF doesn't re-enable firewalld/firewall and you will get an error trying to start it as the service is masked.

    • @dragon2611 He reads IP from /etc/cyberpanel/machineIP, you can update the correct IP there.

      About firewalld, I will check.

    • NGDatacenterNGDatacenter Member, Provider

      it looks great.

    • Can provide Bengali translation if you want

    • @Tumbleguy1 you can use this file to start translation https://github.com/usmannasir/cyberpanel/blob/v1.7.2-vmm/locale/tr/LC_MESSAGES/django.po

      Later create pull req or send translated file directly via ticket.

    • @cyberpersons said:
      @dragon2611 He reads IP from /etc/cyberpanel/machineIP, you can update the correct IP there.

      About firewalld, I will check.

      What about binding the IPv6, I did try setting it in the openlightspeed webUI but it didn't seem to do it.

    • adroitssdadroitssd Member, Provider

      Kudos to your effort, people want stability and it's a no 1 priority.

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    • @dragon2611 How are you doing it, and do you see any errors in OpenLIteSpeed logs? Maybe this can help https://forums.cyberpanel.net/discussion/126/tutorial-how-to-add-2nd-ip-for-websites

      @adroitssd

      You are right, which is why Virtual Machine Manager and Docker feature are being developed in a separate branch.

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