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    CyberPanel - Control Panel Based on OpenLiteSpeed [Updated!]

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    • Trying the cli as root, [[email protected]~]# cyberpanel -h
      -bash: /usr/bin/cyberpanel: Permission denied

      How to fix it?

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    • @Projectpop

      chown root:root /usr/local/CyberCP/cli/cyberPanel.py
      chmod 700 /usr/local/CyberCP/cli/cyberPanel.py
    • killjinkilljin Member

      @cyberpersons said:
      @killjin

      PHP 5.2 is not really a good idea.

      how to make php 5.2 rpm or support?

    • jvnadrjvnadr Member

      I already posted a comment in a relevant thread in Cyberpanel's forums. There is a major security hole regarding rainloop installation and, after 15 days, there is no answer or a fix for that.
      The 'data' folder, that has to be protected from external access, is wide open!

      You have left exposed all the files inside rainloop data folder. For example, I can download from https://xxxx:8090/rainloop/data/data/default/configs/ the file application.ini that has all the details (database password etc.).

      I am not familiar with openlitespeed configs, I tried several things searching google using htaccess inside folder or to the vhost file, but either they don't work or they break installation.

      You have to provide a fix asap.

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    • kaurimankauriman Member

      It would be nice to be able to import cPanel accounts

    • Luke007Luke007 Member

      @kauriman you can import by mysqldump and rsync.

    • @jvnadr

      Thank you for reminding again, the thread was some weeks ago and it seems we did respond. It was fixed, but we recently made major changes to LSCPD code and removed gunicorn, so some context settings were also changed.

      It has now been fixed again.

      Thank you.

      Thanked by 1jvnadr
    • jvnadrjvnadr Member

      cyberpersons said: It has now been fixed again.

      Nice of you! What was the fix? Can you share how is the proper way to disable external web access to folders like the 'data' folder of rainloop, as this could be done with htaccess and "deny all" to apache?
      Thanks in advance

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    • kaurimankauriman Member

      @Luke007 said:
      @kauriman you can import by mysqldump and rsync.

      Is there a CyberPanel guide written for those of us not so experienced with the CLI?

    • @jvnadr

      The correct way to do for OpenLiteSpeed is detailed here -> https://forums.cyberpanel.net/discussion/86/tutorial-how-to-deny-access-for-files-with-certain-extension-or-folder-in-openlitespeed-cyberpanel

      Since LSCPD is also based on OpenLiteSpeed it does not honor the .htaccess rules from rainloop, I even noticed that .htaccess file is missing from the rainloop package.

      In our case data folder now lives out of the document root of rainloop.

      Thanked by 2jvnadr datanoise
    • jvnadrjvnadr Member

      Can confirm that it is working like a charm! Thanks, @cyberpersons !

      Thanked by 1coreflux

      I am here occasionally nowadays, because I really prefer https://talk.lowendspirit.com . You should try it, it is fat-free, delicious with fresh ingredients combined with the deep knowledge of the old chefs!

    • @cyberpersons I was wondering if there's a way to uninstall ModSecurity manually? I seem to be having a weird bug/issue with it unless it's really preinstalled in Litespeed Ent (2GB limit) and there's no option for ModSecurity Status. Thanks

    • @CasualCanvas with LSWS Ent it is prebuilt into the binary unlike OpenLiteSpeed (where .so is loaded dynamically). Just disable SecRuleEngine from ModSec configurations page.

      Thanked by 1coreflux
    • @cyberpersons said:
      @CasualCanvas with LSWS Ent it is prebuilt into the binary unlike OpenLiteSpeed (where .so is loaded dynamically). Just disable SecRuleEngine from ModSec configurations page.

      Ah, I see! I was fiddling with CyberPanel with OpenLiteSpeed before so I was confused why it was like that. Thanks for the info!

    • HxxxHxxx Member

      Anyone checked CyberPanel's code for vulnerabilities? After the cluster fucks with other free panels, I tend to stay away from them.

    • Hxxx said: Anyone checked CyberPanel's code for vulnerabilities? After the cluster fucks with other free panels, I tend to stay away from them.

      Did you get hacked?
      When? What version of the cyber panel has been used?
      Have you used any custom firewall with restricted access to 8090 / 7080 ports?

      Please add a little bit more information. I believe that it can be potentially vulnerable, but without details, it will be hard to understand what to do next

      Thanked by 1coreflux
    • cyberpersons said: We recently changed our interface but the demo is not yet updated. File manager was also completely redone.

      Home Page -> https://i.imgur.com/iBvjYM9.png

      Website Launcher -> https://i.imgur.com/HPFQ8Ry.png
      List Websites -> https://i.imgur.com/T1orLWy.png
      New Filemanager -> https://i.imgur.com/E7VGDwP.png

      Demo Will be updated soon.

      The changes are nice. Wanted to give it a try but the demo at https://demo.cyberpanel.net:8090/ gave me a 500 error.

      Can you provide information on how cgroup works? Is it similar to CageFS? And what are the minimum and recommended specs to install CyberPanel?

      I am rooting for you. The industry desperately needs a more affordable alternative to cPanel. But your pricing seems a bit on the high end for a relatively new software to compete.

    • @MechanicWeb

      Currently, cgroup feature works with the help of libcgroup. More details here -> https://cyberpanel.net/docs/1-introduction-to-containerization-website-limits/

      You can install CyberPanel for free, OS and other requirements are also mentioned here along with installation details -> https://cyberpanel.net/docs/installing-cyberpanel/

    • i would like to try cyberpanel.

      its support to change virtual host? i need change document root to public, i want install Laravel inside it with SSL support.

    • manlivomanlivo Member

      I have a problem with Cyberpanel. The admin password is automatically changed after a few days. Does anyone have this problem like me?

    • manlivo said: I have a problem with Cyberpanel. The admin password is automatically changed after a few days. Does anyone have this problem like me?

      No, you look like got hacked. Looks like. Make backups, and better re-install and re-scan VPS.

    • @andiklive You can set custom document root path by opening website launcher -> vHost Conf

      You can also use a rewrite rule to direct traffic to the public folder, need not change the document root path in that case.

      @manlivo We've no such reports, someone else might have access to your server, if you want us to investigate, you can submit a ticket. But it is highly unlikely.

    • Openvz support?

      relentless collector of highest clocked, highest performing KVM/NVMe/Gbit VPSes at the most competitive rates. just to hard idle them. zero knowledge on coding/programming; a mere hobbyist.

    • AlwaysSkintAlwaysSkint Member
      edited June 17

      Version Management page shows a new build but no means to upgrade. :-/

      On this page you can manage versions and or upgrade to latest version of CyberPanel

      Support open-source, go on, you know you want to.

      Long live LowEndInfo.com

    • ifykoifyko Member

      @AlwaysSkint said:
      Version Management page shows a new build but no means to upgrade. :-/

      On this page you can manage versions and or upgrade to latest version of CyberPanel

      https://cyberpanel.net/docs/upgrading-cyberpanel/

      Thanked by 1AlwaysSkint
    • @cybertech said:
      Openvz support?

      I have one openvz vps running cyberpanel, everything work except for pureftpd because pureftpd package by default is compiled with "capabilities". Maybe you can try override this by compiling pureftpd using flags "--without-capabilities". I never try because I use sftp using default ssh on my vps for any file operations.

      Thanked by 1cybertech
    • AlwaysSkintAlwaysSkint Member
      edited June 17

      Hmm, show current directory, then magically delete upgrade.py :-/

      cd
      rm -f upgrade.py
      ...

      Still needs a button in the GUI, otherwise text there is meaningless.

      Support open-source, go on, you know you want to.

      Long live LowEndInfo.com

    • @cyberpersons said:
      @andiklive You can set custom document root path by opening website launcher -> vHost Conf

      i just installed CyberPanel so far i like it, and for vHost Conf feature is cool. any way should i install SSL after change vHost or before. and in future it can automatically renew LE SSL right. i want put may production website inside it.

    • @andiklive

      Just beside vHost Conf, you can add your own SSL. But if you have issued SSL from CyberPanel it will be automatically renewed.

      @AlwaysSkint

      Need to delete upgrade.py in case you downloaded it earlier so that fresh one can be downloaded and run again.

      Thanked by 1andiklive
    • @cyberpersons said:
      Need to delete upgrade.py in case you downloaded it earlier so that fresh one can be downloaded and run again.

      Woosh! The points go flying overhead and I can't be assed spelling them out.

      Support open-source, go on, you know you want to.

      Long live LowEndInfo.com

    • @cyberpersons how to access mysql outside of vm, i failed to remote access my mysql server.

      where is the config file i should edit.

    • cyberpersons said: Currently, cgroup feature works with the help of libcgroup. More details here -> https://cyberpanel.net/docs/1-introduction-to-containerization-website-limits/

      Thank you for your answer.

      I am still not sure how that works. Would appreciate if you answer it more clearly.

      Does it create a virtual filesystem and isolate the user into its own filesystem as CageFS does?

      And, I still couldn't launch the demo from your website. It is showing 500 error. I get it that I can install it for free, but would still prefer if there is a demo since I could just log in and see how it works without having to find something to install it, configure it and then see the demo. I might as well fail to configure it properly.

    • Whoa. A panel written in python and Django.
      Interesting.
      Let's give this a lot more love.

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    • @MechanicWeb said:

      cyberpersons said: Currently, cgroup feature works with the help of libcgroup. More details here -> https://cyberpanel.net/docs/1-introduction-to-containerization-website-limits/

      Thank you for your answer.

      I am still not sure how that works. Would appreciate if you answer it more clearly.

      Does it create a virtual filesystem and isolate the user into its own filesystem as CageFS does?

      And, I still couldn't launch the demo from your website. It is showing 500 error. I get it that I can install it for free, but would still prefer if there is a demo since I could just log in and see how it works without having to find something to install it, configure it and then see the demo. I might as well fail to configure it properly.

      Afaik, it doesn't create virtual filesystem or works on file at all. It limits processes to stay within a defined group limit so no single can use all resources.

      Thanked by 1MechanicWeb

      ^-^!

    • jetchirag said: Afaik, it doesn't create virtual filesystem or works on file at all.

      Thank you. Is there any other software / control panel that creates virtual filesystem?

    • vimalware said: Whoa. A panel written in python and Django.

      Interesting.
      Let's give this a lot more love.

      Not sure about that. If the dev himself doesn't publish their own demo, most people would look elsewhere.

    • @MechanicWeb

      There was a minor issue with demo, it should be fine now. However @jetchirag answer is correct about your above question.

      After the completion of the cPanel import script, we will be adding CloudLinux integration.

      Thanked by 1MechanicWeb
    • niceboyniceboy Member

      @cyberpersons

      Is there any possibility to include apache as an option?

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    • ChlitzxerChlitzxer Member

      @niceboy said:
      @cyberpersons

      Is there any possibility to include apache as an option?

      That would be great I asked for this months ago, and they decided to implement that on a third party cyberpanel hosting full of limitations I really don't understand why they took that approach :(

    • vovlervovler Member

      @Chlitzxer said:

      @niceboy said:
      @cyberpersons

      Is there any possibility to include apache as an option?

      That would be great I asked for this months ago, and they decided to implement that on a third party cyberpanel hosting full of limitations I really don't understand why they took that approach :(

      They haven't added apache as an option anywhere. CyberPanel works only with
      OpenLiteSpeed or LSWS. LSWS supports .htaccess and is a "drop-in replacement for Apache".

      You can install CyberPanel with LSWS for FREE if you have only 1 domain, and upgrade later if you want to.

      There are plenty of panels that rely on Apache out there, CyberPanel is for LiteSpeed products only afaik.

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    • ChlitzxerChlitzxer Member

      @vovler said:

      @Chlitzxer said:

      @niceboy said:
      @cyberpersons

      Is there any possibility to include apache as an option?

      That would be great I asked for this months ago, and they decided to implement that on a third party cyberpanel hosting full of limitations I really don't understand why they took that approach :(

      They haven't added apache as an option anywhere. CyberPanel works only with
      OpenLiteSpeed or LSWS. LSWS supports .htaccess and is a "drop-in replacement for Apache".

      You can install CyberPanel with LSWS for FREE if you have only 1 domain, and upgrade later if you want to.

      There are plenty of panels that rely on Apache out there, CyberPanel is for LiteSpeed products only afaik.

      I think you missed a lot https://www.cyberhosting.org/2019/05/08/switch-sites-between-pure-openlitespeed-and-apache-openlitespeed/

    • cyberpersons said: After the completion of the cPanel import script, we will be adding CloudLinux integration.

      That will be nice.

      Believe it or not, I am rooting for your control panel, and that's from before the cPanel price hike.

      Native support for OpenLiteSpeed is a plus. It will at least save $25 for small businesses.

      About the theme for user control panel, can you make it icon-based, similar to cPanel's home page? End users will love the similar look and feel.

      CloudLinux support is needed for CageFS - Virtual File System and LVE. However, if you can implement a virtual file system without CageFS, that will be a plus, too. I know at least one other control panel has a virtual file system without CageFS.

      Another thing, a feature request, actually, an option to disable mail entirely on a per domain/account basis. If this can be done, all the headache for spam emails when a website is comprised will be gone.

    • @cyberpersons

      Also, you will need to work on the reseller center.

    • ITLabsITLabs Member

      @cyberpersons could you please explain the role of "Cloud Platform" for Cyberpanel?

      As I understand it, "Cloud Platform" is required if I need to manage databases, setup HA clusters and manage backups, is that right? Are there other tasks that need platform intervention?

      Thanks.

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    • ChlitzxerChlitzxer Member

      @MechanicWeb said:

      cyberpersons said: After the completion of the cPanel import script, we will be adding CloudLinux integration.

      That will be nice.

      Believe it or not, I am rooting for your control panel, and that's from before the cPanel price hike.

      Native support for OpenLiteSpeed is a plus. It will at least save $25 for small businesses.

      About the theme for user control panel, can you make it icon-based, similar to cPanel's home page? End users will love the similar look and feel.

      CloudLinux support is needed for CageFS - Virtual File System and LVE. However, if you can implement a virtual file system without CageFS, that will be a plus, too. I know at least one other control panel has a virtual file system without CageFS.

      Another thing, a feature request, actually, an option to disable mail entirely on a per domain/account basis. If this can be done, all the headache for spam emails when a website is comprised will be gone.

      Directadmin also supports OpenLiteSpeed and CloudLinux already...

    • i just install cyberpanel on my new vps, and i love the options for "lite" version because i don't need powerdns, pureftpd postfix ... i think i will backup and move my sites to this new vps so i can reinstall my other vps ...

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