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CentOS WebPanel
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I had just stumbled upon CentOS Web Panel (CWP) and was going over the features. CWP is also free but seems that you can buy Pro support. I am going to be giving this a run and see how it works. CWP only supports on CentOS 6.x x86 and x64. It does not work on CentOS7.x x64.

Check it out!
http://centos-webpanel.com/

There is also a Demo.
http://centos-webpanel.com/demo
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Very much looking forward to feedback by you on the panel @dmull.  Including Sentora, it's another panel I'd like to try out as well, so feedback will be much appreciated. Good
#3
Sentora was really nice, but I like being able to intergrate other services into the control panel. With CWP you can run Teamspeak 3 servers, Shoutcast servers Spamhaus RBL protection, FFMPEG codec, and other features. For free, this is a huge piece of software. Very simple to install as well.

I forgot to mention that you can also import stuff from cPanel, though I have never tried this.
http://centos-webpanel.com/features

The 32 version with work on Gigaranks VPS with 512 Megs of ram and 10 gig HDD.
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(07-12-2016, 05:38 PM)dmull Wrote: Sentora was really nice, but I like being able to intergrate other services into the control panel. With CWP you can run Teamspeak 3 servers, Shoutcast servers Spamhaus RBL protection, FFMPEG codec, and other features. For free, this is a huge piece of software. Very simple to install as well.

I forgot to mention that you can also import stuff from cPanel, though I have never tried this.
http://centos-webpanel.com/features

The 32 version with work on Gigaranks VPS with 512 Megs of ram and 10 gig HDD.
OK now that has really grabbed my attention.  I like the Spamhaus RBL protection and the cPanel features.  Just noticed at the link you provided it has a File Manager and one can migrate cPanel accounts.  Getting better and better. Good
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(07-13-2016, 01:58 PM)fobosrp Wrote: Starting with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, the project provided the infrastructure Redhat, and the source code of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is moved from the primary server to the new CentOS servers . Now instead http://FTP.Redhat.com contains the source code to the source code passed directly CentOS.

Is this referring to CentOS Web Panel? Guess I am not sure what you are talking about.
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#6
Install was a breeze. Seemed that everything is working great. One thing that I am struggling on is how to add a reverse DNS. I need this for the mail to function properly.
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#7
you can also have a look at virtualmin.
I have sucessfully used in on several servers. 
There is also also some clustering support, even if I have not used it..

in terms of operating system I have used it with centos 6 and centos 7, 64 bits both.
#8
Turns out that the reverse DNS is only for who has control over the IPs. We use the IPs at work on fiber, but the ISP is who sets up the reverse DNS.

I honestly do not like Virtualmin. I do, however enjoy using Webmin.
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#9
Guess we need to get back on topic with CentOS Panel. What is interesting is to know that CentOS doesn't belong to Redhat or has anything to do with CentOS developers. It's probably CentOS friendly and caching in on the name only. It does come with good reviews though.
#10
With my findings, CentOS WebPanel actually did what I wanted it too to plus a ton more. Although I am not currently using this hosting panel, It is in my book one of the most recommended.
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