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    Aimpanel - cheap gamepanel

    Hello LET, it's my first post here.

    I want to introduce project I'm working on from August.
    I'm developer of Aimpanel http://aimpanel.pro/en/
    Currently it's in open beta, anyone can get key and test it.

    After beta, license will cost $2,5/mo allowing commercial use.
    No game servers limit, pricing is based per number of VPS/dedicated servers.

    Panel supports game and voice servers, is easy to use and has modern material design web interface and powerful API.
    Simple web hosting functions are in plans.
    Install process is very simple, only one command with wget and bash and it's installing from repo.

    Currently supported server types

    • Minecraft
    • TeamSpeak3
    • TS3Musicbot.net

    Roadmap

    • CS:GO support in November
    • stable version 1.0 supporting Debian 8 and Ubuntu 14.04 in December.
    • enterprise functions like CPU/RAM limiting in January
    • billing modules at the end of January.

    Let me know what you think or what functions do you expect :)

    Thanked by 1cfgguy

    Comments

    • century1stopcentury1stop Member
      edited October 2015

      centos? which billing, whmcs, blesta?

    • @systemz

      Only Debian 7 Wheezy 64bit is currently supported

      :-(

    • @century1stop said:
      centos? which billing, whmcs, blesta?

      Currently only Debian and in future Debian derivative.
      Hard to say when CentOS will be supported, I can make this priority if demand will be high, currently most of my clients use Debian.

      @noaman said:
      systemz

      Only Debian 7 Wheezy 64bit is currently supported

      :-(

      Which OS support you need?

      Thanked by 1century1stop
    • century1stopcentury1stop Member
      edited October 2015

      and billing? and will there be owned branded and unbranded licenses?
      centos is widely used and supported, preferred

    • @century1stop said:
      and billing? and will there be owned branded and unbranded licenses?

      I not yet decided which billing module will be first, but WHMCS and blesta modules will be provided.

      Branded/unbranded - you mean logo of hosting company instead of "Aimpanel", color scheme etc. ?

    • century1stopcentury1stop Member
      edited October 2015

      well std branded or unbranded, branded with "powered by" and unbranded w/o :)
      if there's support for centos/blesta/owned license option, will be interested

    • Why did you decide to call the project "aimpanel"?

      I ❤ Laravel

    • ZweiTigerZweiTiger Member, Provider

      Please add cpu usage / user. Memory usage / user. And support all major games: CS 1.6 , CS:GO, SAMP, MTA. Also built in FTP and MySQL is a must. If thats done maybe this could be great. But check first: GSP - PANEL. Thats my suggestion. If you cant reach theese things , forget to pay somebody for this control panel.

      Thanked by 1SystemZ
    • @century1stop said:
      well std branded or unbranded, branded with "powered by" and unbranded w/o :)
      if there's support for centos/blesta/owned license option, will be interested

      Yeah, I'll provide unbranded version. CentOS has been just added to todo list https://trello.com/b/NmwdfyQT/aimpanel

      @PremiumN said:
      Why did you decide to call the project "aimpanel"?

      I think that it's easy to remember and linked with FPS games.

      @ZweiTiger said:
      Please add cpu usage / user. Memory usage / user. And support all major games: CS 1.6 , CS:GO, SAMP, MTA. Also built in FTP and MySQL is a must. If thats done maybe this could be great. But check first: GSP - PANEL. Thats my suggestion. If you cant reach theese things , forget to pay somebody for this control panel.

      I really appreciate your feedback, I'll do my best, thanks :)

      Thanked by 1namhuy
    • doughnetdoughnet Member
      edited October 2015

      I'd recommend ability to add your own custom games.

      Also installation of a game from external source (packaged contents can be grabbed from an external ftp server for example)

      looks great thus far!

      EDIT: Just installed, was very easy to do. Setup a Minecraft server within 1 minute and within 2 minutes was inside the server running around. Will really enjoy once there are a lot more features. I recommend looking at http://www.bgpanel.net/ for inspiration as well.

      Thanked by 1SystemZ
    • @doughnet said:
      I'd recommend ability to add your own custom games.

      Also installation of a game from external source (packaged contents can be grabbed from an external ftp server for example)

      looks great thus far!

      EDIT: Just installed, was very easy to do. Setup a Minecraft server within 1 minute and within 2 minutes was inside the server running around. Will really enjoy once there are a lot more features. I recommend looking at http://www.bgpanel.net/ for inspiration as well.

      I like the idea of own custom game template, I'll think about it :)

      Thanks for giving it a try :) I'm focusing on easy to use interface, soon all server.properties settings for MC will be editable from panel.

    • @noaman said:
      ubuntu 14.04 and later

      Thanks for info, I'll try to add support to end of the week.

    • DrFallenDrFallen Member, Provider

      @doughnet said:

      I recommend looking at http://www.bgpanel.net/ for inspiration as well.

      I would +1 this, I personally spoken to the developer in the past and used this to host some servers in the past for my community.

      Also I would of prioritized CentOS in my personal opinion coming from a gaming based background but it's looking good so far so keep it up!

    • @DrFallen said:
      Also I would of prioritized CentOS in my personal opinion coming from a gaming based background but it's looking good so far so keep it up!

      Ok, now I see CentOS support is a must have :d
      I need advice, which version is more important right now, 6 or 7? Everyone migrated already to 7?

    • Web hosting? As in MySQL features?

      wget https://s.flamz.pw/dl/bench.sh && bash bench.sh

      curl https://s.flamz.pw/analytics/bench/stats.php

    • DrFallenDrFallen Member, Provider

      @SystemZ said:
      I need advice, which version is more important right now, 6 or 7? Everyone migrated already to 7?

      I would look into 6, 7 Has more support for some of the source games but I've experienced issues with it's firewall before. Not really sure on the uptake of 7 but I know there are a lot still on 6.

    • DrFallenDrFallen Member, Provider

      @FlamesRunner said:
      Web hosting? As in MySQL features?

      Yes, I would assume this does use MySQL with a php front & backend.

    • And opengamepanel too, that panel is more complete and up-to-date.

    • @SystemZ, are we allowed to create our own templates? Also, are you using smarty variables if there is documentation for the templating?

      Thanked by 1SystemZ
    • No, no, that's not what I meant :/

      By web hosting features, I meant for the ability for users to create their own databases.

      wget https://s.flamz.pw/dl/bench.sh && bash bench.sh

      curl https://s.flamz.pw/analytics/bench/stats.php

    • irmirm Member

      @SystemZ Great job thus far!

      Thanked by 1SystemZ
    • @systemZ
      PM me when you add Ubuntu support

    • SystemZSystemZ Member
      edited October 2015

      @doghouch said:
      SystemZ, are we allowed to create our own templates? Also, are you using smarty variables if there is documentation for the templating?

      Frontend is completely separate from backend.
      Frontend is 100% HTML,CSS,JS build with vue.js and webpack.
      Backend is PHP with Lumen microframework serving as output only JSON at http interface. I'll provide API docs soon.

      Before 1.0 I'll release frontend on github with MIT license so anyone will have ability to mod look and feel.
      It's very similar in code to my status page project:
      https://github.com/lvlup-pro/labtech
      http://status.lvlup.pro/

      @FlamesRunner said:
      No, no, that's not what I meant :/

      By web hosting features, I meant for the ability for users to create their own databases.

      Yes, MySQL management and simple www hosting are on the TODO list :) https://trello.com/b/NmwdfyQT/aimpanel

      @noaman said:
      systemZ
      PM me when you add Ubuntu support

      I think it should be ready even today. I was sure that Ubuntu 14.04 use systemd but trusty is using upstart as I read now so it's much less work to do from current wheezy support :D

    • pphillipspphillips Member, Host Rep

      SystemZ said: I not yet decided which billing module will be first, but WHMCS and blesta modules will be provided.

      If you need a dev license for Blesta PM me or email me at [email protected] and I'll get you set up.

      Paul from Blesta.

    • systemZ

      I was looking to test your creation...but unfortunately all my nodes have ubuntu...because I kind of prefer it over others

    • @pphillips
      Check PM

      @noaman said:

      systemZ

      I was looking to test your creation...but unfortunately all my nodes have ubuntu...because I kind of prefer it over others

      I just released v0.90.2 with inital Ubuntu 14.04 support thanks to one reader of this thread , try it :)

    • FlamesRunnerFlamesRunner Member
      edited October 2015

      Ah, and for memory/CPU limits, I'd suggest either cgroups or https://github.com/opsengine/cpulimit

      wget https://s.flamz.pw/dl/bench.sh && bash bench.sh

      curl https://s.flamz.pw/analytics/bench/stats.php

    • nice, installed within 2 minutes :)
      great cp layout, everything good so far......

      Thanked by 1SystemZ
    • doghouchdoghouch Member
      edited October 2015

      It didn't support my OS so I just changed the "OSNAME" variable inside of the bash script to allow it to install :)



      It'd be nice if the newest version of Debian would be supported officially though @SystemZ.

    • @doghouch said:
      It didn't support my OS so I just changed the "OSNAME" variable inside of the bash script to allow it to install :)



      It'd be nice if the newest version of Debian would be supported officially though SystemZ.

      This package designed for Wheezy works even on Jessie? Wow. Let me know if you have any bugs :)

      I have most of the work for Debian 8 with separate repo done.
      It's separate because I want to fully support systemd but I'm new to systemd so I'm running more tests to make sure it's solid, it takes some time.

      Thanked by 1doghouch
    • ZweiTigerZweiTiger Member, Provider

      @SystemZ

      I like your roadmap! Then i will check next year when everything is done. Also support multi-user ability and a whmcs / blesta module is a +1.

      I hope this will be ready very soon then i buy the license from you. Got many control panels but all of them is shit for production use.

      :)

    • doghouchdoghouch Member
      edited October 2015

      @SystemZ said:
      It's separate because I want to fully support systemd but I'm new to systemd so I'm running more tests to make sure it's solid, it takes some time.

      I even got it to work on Ubuntu 14x :o

      Take a look: http://150.107.225.139:3131/panel/#/auth/login


      If you go to the same IP but change the port to 80, you'll see the Ubuntu version (default page).


      EDIT: You can sign in my demo with admin:HIMqqYEJE5heaAHx :)

    • SystemZSystemZ Member
      edited October 2015

      @ZweiTiger said:
      SystemZ

      I like your roadmap! Then i will check next year when everything is done. Also support multi-user ability and a whmcs / blesta module is a +1.

      I hope this will be ready very soon then i buy the license from you. Got many control panels but all of them is shit for production use.

      :)

      >

      Nice to hear that :)

      @doghouch
      It have Ubuntu 14 support from version 0.90.2 as stated in few posts earlier ;)

    • @SystemZ said:
      Ubuntu 14

      *Ubuntu 15 :)

    • @doghouch

      Ohhhhh, now it makes sense :D
      Any bugs so far?

    • doghouchdoghouch Member
      edited October 2015

      No, it seems to be running smoothly @SystemZ :)

      I'll be sure to shoot a PM over if I find any. I'm going to go try it on CentOS later with some modifications if it's okay with you.

    • @doghouch said:
      No, it seems to be running smoothly SystemZ :)

      I'll be sure to shoot a PM over if I find any. I'm going to go try it on CentOS later with some modifications if it's okay with you.

      Thanks for testing :)
      Sure, go ahead, I'll be glad to help if you have any questions.
      Write me PM or email if you need more activation keys, currently they are binding to IP after first use.

      Thanked by 1doghouch
    • Frontend is already on MIT license on Github:
      https://github.com/aimpanel/frontend

    • @SystemZ said:
      Frontend is already on MIT license on Github:
      https://github.com/aimpanel/frontend

      hello @SystemZ I would be willing to script you together a whmcs provisoning module
      and/or blesta module please pm me and we will talk about that or you can contact me on my whmcs https://my.cubedata.net/submitticket.php?step=2&deptid=1 and we will talk via ticket if preferred.

      Thanked by 1SystemZ

      CubeData FraudRecord Module: https://cubedata.net/fraudrecord OpenNebula module: https://cubedata.net/opennebula now for blesta & whmcs

    • LordSpockLordSpock Member, Provider

      Will have to try this out if it has TS3MusicBot :>

    • Please add support for Team Fortress 2. Its a free Steam/Valve game.

    • @theblackesthat said:
      Please add support for Team Fortress 2. Its a free Steam/Valve game.

      It's already on roadmap :)

    • doghouchdoghouch Member
      edited October 2015

      @SystemZ said:
      Write me PM or email if you need more activation keys, currently they are binding to IP after first use.

      I got CentOS 5 & 6 to work. Not so sure sure about CentOS 7 as everything there basically changed in comparison to older versions.

      Thanked by 1SystemZ
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