Genesis said:@Kreesher Please check in at the Forum as one never knows. This is supposed to be a temporary thing. I don't think we'll ever have cpanel hosting again, but directadmin may be a possibility in the near future.
I've got a free hosting account with Afreecloud.com - however KuJoe, the owner only provides 250 MB space. It comes with DirectAdmin Panel. I've had a VestaCP account with afreecloud since 2016. Which recently changed to DirectAdmin. It is fast and reliable, but of course not cpanel. With little disk space.
@binil mentioned that he has a cpanel license with a reseller account and is thinking to start a forum with free shared hosting as well. Hopefully he will be keeping in touch and let us know about his plans.
Genesis said:Great @Kreesher. I'm not just saying this, but I am really liking my cpanel account. I've had real fun blogging with it. The hosting is very high quality. I'm enjoying it very much.
For me at the level of hosting that is provided, i.e. with junior space, the less frills the better. If one gets to 10 GB space and more senior hosting, then e-mail, DNS etc would be expected.fitkoh said:I'm examining the possibility of adding in dns + email in the future, but I'm not entirely committed to that path. I've found filegator is a great stand in for ftp. Also looking at adding diversity to the selection of free hosting panels and operating systems. I currently have servers running Ubuntu 18, CentOS 7, and Debian 10, set up with either Cyberpanel, Webmin, or CentOS Web Panel and Apache, Nginx, or OpenLiteSpeed.
Genesis said:For me at the level of hosting that is provided, i.e. with junior space, the less frills the better. If one gets to 10 GB space and more senior hosting, then e-mail, DNS etc would be expected.
If I may ask, out of Ubuntu and CentOS, which one in your experience works the better with CyberPanel?