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    CyberPanel - Control Panel Based on OpenLiteSpeed [Updated!]

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    • AlwaysSkintAlwaysSkint Member
      edited July 13

      @cyberpersons - been doing too many tweaks, lately?
      Fresh Centos 7.6 minimal & Proxmox VM: lightspeed is running (404 error, fair enough) but no console access to 8090 (timeout). Installation is a messy affair..

      [12-13-43-Sat-Jul-2019] [ERROR] We are not able to add user cyberpanel return code: 9 [setup_account_cyberpanel]
      [12-13-43-Sat-Jul-2019] add user cyberpanel [setup_account_cyberpanel]
      [12-13-44-Sat-Jul-2019] add user cyberpanel successful

      [12-31-55-Sat-Jul-2019] [ERROR] We are not able to Install LSCPD return code: 9 [installLSCPD]
      [12-31-55-Sat-Jul-2019] Install LSCPD [installLSCPD]
      [12-31-55-Sat-Jul-2019] Install LSCPD successful
      [12-31-55-Sat-Jul-2019] Install LSCPD [installLSCPD]
      [12-31-55-Sat-Jul-2019] Install LSCPD successful

      [12-32-00-Sat-Jul-2019] [ERROR] We are not able to add lscpd to important groups return code: 6 [fixCyberPanelPermissions]

      [12-32-48-Sat-Jul-2019] [ERROR] We are not able to Change permissions for client. return code: 1 [fixCyberPanelPermissions]
      [12-32-48-Sat-Jul-2019] Change permissions for client. [fixCyberPanelPermissions]
      [12-32-48-Sat-Jul-2019] [ERROR] We are not able to Change permissions for client. return code: 1 [fixCyberPanelPermissions]
      [12-32-48-Sat-Jul-2019] Change permissions for client. [fixCyberPanelPermissions]
      [12-32-48-Sat-Jul-2019] [ERROR] We are not able to Change permissions for client. return code: 1 [fixCyberPanelPermissions]

      [12-32-49-Sat-Jul-2019] CyberPanel installation successfully completed!

      Ok, then :-|

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

      Long live LowEndInfo.com

    • niceboyniceboy Member

      @Chlitzxer said:

      Thanks. Just posted on cp forum.

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    • jvnadrjvnadr Member
      edited July 13

      Cyberpanel is a nice panel and adding the option to use apache as backend server and ols as frontend would be great. @cyberpersons said that he would made this feature publicly available if there is a strong demand from users. So, if anyone would like to see this become a feature on the free version of the panel, he can say that here or on their forum https://forums.cyberpanel.net/discussion/1485/apache-as-backend

      P.S. @cyberpersons , this feature could be a game changer for your panel!

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    • akhfaakhfa Member

      Why do anyone still want apache when they have openlitespeed with htaccess compatibility? Personally I prefer nginx + php-fpm, and move to openlitespeed if I need htaccess, and choose apache for last choice.

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    • @AlwaysSkint

      Yes during that time we were pushing packages. v1.8.6 introduced many bugs due to security changes that we did.

      But there was lots of feedback on our forums, which helped us fix the issues. Now we've released v1.8.7 yesterday and we are back to stability.

      Still, people are reporting issues and they are being handled accordingly.

      Again thanks to everyone who tested and found bugs.

      Thanked by 1AlwaysSkint
    • @cyberpersons when did you remove the platform functionality, I liked that and found it useful previously. You seem to be pushing your own hosting now, which is fine, but you have it all linked on CyberPanel website and CyberPanel docs. If you are wanting to build a panel that potentially you could monetise in the future I wouldn’t blur those two brands and keep them totally separate.

    • AlwaysSkintAlwaysSkint Member
      edited July 18

      Still no luck on getting this installed.
      EDIT: Trying again, after resetting the system date from the snapshot. :blush:
      EDIT2: Hurrah! It's back running and having same connectivity problems as before.
      @cyberpersons It turns out that Firefox doesn't like the TLS handshake but Chromium connects fine, to port 8090.
      EDIT3: CentOS 7 minimal requires bind-utils for CSF functionality.

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

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    • stefemanstefeman Member

      Costs 10 USD more than directadmin? lol

    • @stefeman said:
      Costs 10 USD more than directadmin? lol

      What does? Am I missing something.

    • ITLabsITLabs Member
      edited July 17

      @LeonDynamic said:

      @stefeman said:
      Costs 10 USD more than directadmin? lol

      What does? Am I missing something.

      Cyberpanel unlimited = $38
      Directadmin unlimited = $29 / month

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    • @stefeman said:
      Costs 10 USD more than directadmin? lol

      You get LSWS on top of it.

    • @ITLabs said:

      @LeonDynamic said:

      @stefeman said:
      Costs 10 USD more than directadmin? lol

      What does? Am I missing something.

      Cyberpanel unlimited = $38
      Directadmin unlimited = $29 / month

      CyberPanel unlimited includes Litespeed Web Essential (full LSWS) but DirectAdmin is Open Litespeed and not LSWS.

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    • jsmcmjsmcm Member

      @Edmond said:
      By any chance does CyberPanel work on a Ubuntu machine? Would like to install it for my own use.

      Edit: tried installing onto a new CentOS VPS (since I got nothing better to do with that vmhaus beta VPS) for testing and Nginix failed to start with this:

      [[email protected] install]# systemctl status nginx.service -l
      ● nginx.service - The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server
         Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/nginx.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
         Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Thu 2017-08-17 01:30:02 UTC; 1min 35s ago
        Process: 10281 ExecStartPre=/usr/sbin/nginx -t (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE)
        Process: 10280 ExecStartPre=/usr/bin/rm -f /run/nginx.pid (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
      
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Starting The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server...
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: the configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf syntax is ok
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: [emerg] bind() to 0.0.0.0:8199 failed (13: Permission denied)
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf test failed
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: nginx.service: control process exited, code=exited status=1
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Failed to start The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server.
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Unit nginx.service entered failed state.
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: nginx.service failed.
      

      The http web server is up, however, but sadly not the control panel...

      Our panel, WebCP runs on Ubuntu with nginx

      WebCP - Freemium Web Hosting Control Panel

    • hardgamershardgamers Member
      edited July 18

      @jsmcm said:

      @Edmond said:
      By any chance does CyberPanel work on a Ubuntu machine? Would like to install it for my own use.

      Edit: tried installing onto a new CentOS VPS (since I got nothing better to do with that vmhaus beta VPS) for testing and Nginix failed to start with this:

      [[email protected] install]# systemctl status nginx.service -l
      ● nginx.service - The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server
         Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/nginx.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
         Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Thu 2017-08-17 01:30:02 UTC; 1min 35s ago
        Process: 10281 ExecStartPre=/usr/sbin/nginx -t (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE)
        Process: 10280 ExecStartPre=/usr/bin/rm -f /run/nginx.pid (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
      
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Starting The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server...
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: the configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf syntax is ok
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: [emerg] bind() to 0.0.0.0:8199 failed (13: Permission denied)
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf test failed
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: nginx.service: control process exited, code=exited status=1
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Failed to start The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server.
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Unit nginx.service entered failed state.
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: nginx.service failed.
      

      The http web server is up, however, but sadly not the control panel...

      Our panel, WebCP runs on Ubuntu with nginx

      Did you registered just to quote a post from almost 2 years ago and "promote" (read: spam) your own stuff in other product thread that in same field with your products ??? LOL

      Thanked by 1level6
    • EdmondEdmond Member without signature

      @hardgamers said:

      @jsmcm said:

      @Edmond said:
      By any chance does CyberPanel work on a Ubuntu machine? Would like to install it for my own use.

      Edit: tried installing onto a new CentOS VPS (since I got nothing better to do with that vmhaus beta VPS) for testing and Nginix failed to start with this:

      [[email protected] install]# systemctl status nginx.service -l
      ● nginx.service - The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server
         Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/nginx.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
         Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Thu 2017-08-17 01:30:02 UTC; 1min 35s ago
        Process: 10281 ExecStartPre=/usr/sbin/nginx -t (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE)
        Process: 10280 ExecStartPre=/usr/bin/rm -f /run/nginx.pid (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
      
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Starting The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server...
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: the configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf syntax is ok
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: [emerg] bind() to 0.0.0.0:8199 failed (13: Permission denied)
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf test failed
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: nginx.service: control process exited, code=exited status=1
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Failed to start The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server.
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Unit nginx.service entered failed state.
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: nginx.service failed.
      

      The http web server is up, however, but sadly not the control panel...

      Our panel, WebCP runs on Ubuntu with nginx

      Did you registered just to quote a post from almost 2 years ago and "promote" (read: spam) your own stuff in other product thread that in same field with your products ??? LOL

      Probably did... if whoever makes “WebCP” is interested, I am not interested in installing and/or using something I never heard about until some random shill comes along to tell me about it.

    • jsmcmjsmcm Member

      @Edmond said:

      @hardgamers said:

      @jsmcm said:

      @Edmond said:
      By any chance does CyberPanel work on a Ubuntu machine? Would like to install it for my own use.

      Edit: tried installing onto a new CentOS VPS (since I got nothing better to do with that vmhaus beta VPS) for testing and Nginix failed to start with this:

      [[email protected] install]# systemctl status nginx.service -l
      ● nginx.service - The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server
         Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/nginx.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
         Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Thu 2017-08-17 01:30:02 UTC; 1min 35s ago
        Process: 10281 ExecStartPre=/usr/sbin/nginx -t (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE)
        Process: 10280 ExecStartPre=/usr/bin/rm -f /run/nginx.pid (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
      
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Starting The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server...
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: the configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf syntax is ok
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: [emerg] bind() to 0.0.0.0:8199 failed (13: Permission denied)
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted nginx[10281]: nginx: configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf test failed
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: nginx.service: control process exited, code=exited status=1
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Failed to start The nginx HTTP and reverse proxy server.
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: Unit nginx.service entered failed state.
      Aug 17 01:30:02 hostname.reacted systemd[1]: nginx.service failed.
      

      The http web server is up, however, but sadly not the control panel...

      Our panel, WebCP runs on Ubuntu with nginx

      Did you registered just to quote a post from almost 2 years ago and "promote" (read: spam) your own stuff in other product thread that in same field with your products ??? LOL

      Probably did... if whoever makes “WebCP” is interested, I am not interested in installing and/or using something I never heard about until some random shill comes along to tell me about it.

      No, sorry, I honestly didn't see that the post was old.. my bad

      WebCP - Freemium Web Hosting Control Panel

    • @cyberpersons is schedule backup not working ? i already add the remote server. and not receive the backup file.

    • i run python /usr/local/CyberCP/plogical/backupSchedule.py and backup is working. but i already add schedule backup but not working for last few days, i think the problem is cyberpanel failed to create cronjob. how to fix that ?

    • @andiklive

      Yes looks like cronjob is not set up properly, code side does not seem to have any bugs. I will take a look.

    • most bugs introduced recently have been fixed really quickly , just missing that scheduled backup which is quite important

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    • It looks Amazing!

      CyberPanel Demo is now available to be viewed from the following address

      demo.cyberpanel.net:8090

      Admin Login
      User: demoadmin
      Password: cyberpanel123

      Client Login
      User: democlient
      Password: cyberpanel123

    • Can I install it on Ubuntu ?

    • vovlervovler Member
      edited August 16

      @cyberpersons The timestamp on your website's news posts is broken. It shows the same date for every single post.

      According to the url it was obviously posted on 4th of April:
      https://cyberpanel.net/2019/04/04/cyberpanel-1-8-2-released-security-release/

      But in the post and in the News category it shows as "12 August, 2019", same thing for all the other publications in the category

      "They said it's RAID 5" - geekypixal

    • cyberpanel has very awful logs, and very awful logs format. Absolutely not usable.
      Many logs bugged out the box and not display access or error logs or both which is not okay.

      Logs format = awful as heck too.
      Please use nginx/apache style of logs.

      https://stackoverflow.com/questions/26780466/nginx-understanding-access-log-column

      Thanked by 1coreflux
    • @cyberpersons said:
      @cybertech

      Make sure you are on v1.8.9

      Not sure if you checked this, but please try -> https://forums.cyberpanel.net/discussion/comment/5595/#Comment_5595

      fresh install of 1.8.9, doesnt work.

      chown root:root /etc/crontab works, but hope dont have to do this for every reinstall

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    • @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

    • @cyberpersons said:
      @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

      I would like to ask how to compile lscpd, is there any source code?

    • @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

      I would like to ask how to compile lscpd, is there any source code?

      Only binary, you can download from here -> http://cyberpanel.sh/lscpd and place in

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/

    • @cyberpersons said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

      I would like to ask how to compile lscpd, is there any source code?

      Only binary, you can download from here -> http://cyberpanel.sh/lscpd and place in

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/

      I can pay a fee, can you tell the principle of lscpd, source code? 500$

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

      I would like to ask how to compile lscpd, is there any source code?

      Only binary, you can download from here -> http://cyberpanel.sh/lscpd and place in

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/

      I can pay a fee, can you tell the principle of lscpd, source code? 500$

      Flagged.

      So you want the source code for LiteSpeed...

    • @MikePT said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

      I would like to ask how to compile lscpd, is there any source code?

      Only binary, you can download from here -> http://cyberpanel.sh/lscpd and place in

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/

      I can pay a fee, can you tell the principle of lscpd, source code? 500$

      Flagged.

      So you want the source code for LiteSpeed...

      Lscpd is the source code of litespeed? Can't I change or compile it myself? Can openlitespeed be achieved?

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @killjin said:

      @MikePT said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

      I would like to ask how to compile lscpd, is there any source code?

      Only binary, you can download from here -> http://cyberpanel.sh/lscpd and place in

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/

      I can pay a fee, can you tell the principle of lscpd, source code? 500$

      Flagged.

      So you want the source code for LiteSpeed...

      Lscpd is the source code of litespeed? Can't I change or compile it myself? Can openlitespeed be achieved?

      Check OpenLiteSpeed github. Thats the best you can get.

    • @MikePT said:

      @killjin said:

      @MikePT said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

      I would like to ask how to compile lscpd, is there any source code?

      Only binary, you can download from here -> http://cyberpanel.sh/lscpd and place in

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/

      I can pay a fee, can you tell the principle of lscpd, source code? 500$

      Flagged.

      So you want the source code for LiteSpeed...

      Lscpd is the source code of litespeed? Can't I change or compile it myself? Can openlitespeed be achieved?

      Check OpenLiteSpeed github. Thats the best you can get.

      There goes my $500

      Thanked by 3MikePT killjin ITLabs

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    • @MikePT said:

      @killjin said:

      @MikePT said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

      I would like to ask how to compile lscpd, is there any source code?

      Only binary, you can download from here -> http://cyberpanel.sh/lscpd and place in

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/

      I can pay a fee, can you tell the principle of lscpd, source code? 500$

      Flagged.

      So you want the source code for LiteSpeed...

      Lscpd is the source code of litespeed? Can't I change or compile it myself? Can openlitespeed be achieved?

      Check OpenLiteSpeed github. Thats the best you can get.

      Thank you very much, but I still don't know much about lscpd. Can you tell me? Send to: [email protected] With a PayPal account, I pay a fee.

    • By improving it, we changed the location of the python script, which is more suitable for cloud server use.

    • @cybertech said:

      @MikePT said:

      @killjin said:

      @MikePT said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @realjohny

      Yes on 18.xx

      @vovler

      Looks like theme issue will check. Thanks.

      @desperand

      Will take a look.

      @cybertech

      v1.8.9 fixed this issue, somehow this file end up getting bad permissions.

      I would like to ask how to compile lscpd, is there any source code?

      Only binary, you can download from here -> http://cyberpanel.sh/lscpd and place in

      /usr/local/lscp/bin/

      I can pay a fee, can you tell the principle of lscpd, source code? 500$

      Flagged.

      So you want the source code for LiteSpeed...

      Lscpd is the source code of litespeed? Can't I change or compile it myself? Can openlitespeed be achieved?

      Check OpenLiteSpeed github. Thats the best you can get.

      There goes my $500

      Hi, have paypal, send me a message. Information sent to: [email protected]

    • @killjin

      LSCPD is only available in binary format, its source code is the property of LiteSpeed and we don't intend to opensource it.

      And LSCPD is not 100% the same as OpenLiteSpeed, they have differences.

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • @cyberpersons said:
      @killjin

      LSCPD is only available in binary format, its source code is the property of LiteSpeed and we don't intend to opensource it.

      And LSCPD is not 100% the same as OpenLiteSpeed, they have differences.

      We are going to promote litespeed in China, improve cyberpanel code, optimize user experience, improve structure, and open source python code. Can you give us some support and do this great thing together? At present, our panel has 200,000 installations in China. We need the lscpd source code and keep it secret.

    • vovlervovler Member

      Sure... Giving the source code to China is the best idea for any company.

      "They said it's RAID 5" - geekypixal

    • @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @killjin

      LSCPD is only available in binary format, its source code is the property of LiteSpeed and we don't intend to opensource it.

      And LSCPD is not 100% the same as OpenLiteSpeed, they have differences.

      We are going to promote litespeed in China, improve cyberpanel code, optimize user experience, improve structure, and open source python code. Can you give us some support and do this great thing together? At present, our panel has 200,000 installations in China. We need the lscpd source code and keep it secret.

      At 200,000 panels you gotta be talking million$

      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.

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @killjin

      LSCPD is only available in binary format, its source code is the property of LiteSpeed and we don't intend to opensource it.

      And LSCPD is not 100% the same as OpenLiteSpeed, they have differences.

      We are going to promote litespeed in China, improve cyberpanel code, optimize user experience, improve structure, and open source python code. Can you give us some support and do this great thing together? At present, our panel has 200,000 installations in China. We need the lscpd source code and keep it secret.

      Then contribute with your code in github.

    • ITLabsITLabs Member

      @killjin said:
      At present, our panel has 200,000 installations in China. We need the lscpd source code and keep it secret.

      @killjin said:
      I can pay a fee, can you tell the principle of lscpd, source code? 500$

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    • Getting source code is so tough now a days. People event won't take money.

      Why don't you just give them what they want and take their money? Peace.

      ;)

    • @cyberpersons said:
      @killjin

      LSCPD is only available in binary format, its source code is the property of LiteSpeed and we don't intend to opensource it.

      And LSCPD is not 100% the same as OpenLiteSpeed, they have differences.

      We are going to promote litespeed in China, improve cyberpanel code, optimize user experience, improve structure, and open source python code. Can you give us some support and do this great thing together? At present, our panel has 200,000 installations in China. We need the lscpd source code and keep it secret. > @cybertech said:

      @killjin said:

      @cyberpersons said:
      @killjin

      LSCPD is only available in binary format, its source code is the property of LiteSpeed and we don't intend to opensource it.

      And LSCPD is not 100% the same as OpenLiteSpeed, they have differences.

      We are going to promote litespeed in China, improve cyberpanel code, optimize user experience, improve structure, and open source python code. Can you give us some support and do this great thing together? At present, our panel has 200,000 installations in China. We need the lscpd source code and keep it secret.

      At 200,000 panels you gotta be talking million$

      We will open source on github, as a free tool, and we should be able to create these values in the future.

    • JorboxJorbox Member

      @killjin said:

      Do you want to fork cyber panel ?
      What do you want exactly so we can help you ?

    • @Jorbox said:

      @killjin said:

      Do you want to fork cyber panel ?
      What do you want exactly so we can help you ?

      Can be used as a branch, but should be changed relatively large.

    • @Jorbox said:

      @killjin said:

      Do you want to fork cyber panel ?
      What do you want exactly so we can help you ?

      As a branch of cyber, the method and principle of lscpd are needed, which saves development time. We need to be able to change the installation path and software path.

    • @Jorbox said:

      @killjin said:

      Do you want to fork cyber panel ?
      What do you want exactly so we can help you ?

      According to China's network environment, the management port also needs to be changed to avoid being blocked by the firewall.

    • @cyberpersons said:
      @killjin

      LSCPD is only available in binary format, its source code is the property of LiteSpeed and we don't intend to opensource it.

      And LSCPD is not 100% the same as OpenLiteSpeed, they have differences.

      Thanks, Are you packaged wsgi and lsphp and receive a socket to execute system commands?

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