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ido4self 3rd June 2009 20:50

ISPConfig & Cpanel
 
I am very new to VPS and I am looking for an alternative to cpanel (I am paying $12 a month for cpanel). Does ISP Config offer the same features as cpanel? Does ISP Config allow me to configure my whole VPS server like cpanel? Are there any screenshot of ISPConfig? Thanks.

jnsc 3rd June 2009 23:44

Here is a demo, which is better than ScreenShots http://www.ispconfig.org/demo.htm

ido4self 4th June 2009 00:55

Thanks! I'll check it out.

till 4th June 2009 09:23

Also be ware that the demo is ispconfig 2, there is also ISPConfig 3 available which is a different software. there is no demo for ispconfig 3 at the moment.

ido4self 4th June 2009 18:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 192023)
Also be ware that the demo is ispconfig 2, there is also ISPConfig 3 available which is a different software. there is no demo for ispconfig 3 at the moment.

I think I will wait for ispconfig 3 before I install.

till 4th June 2009 19:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by ido4self (Post 192235)
I think I will wait for ispconfig 3 before I install.

Wait for what? ISPConfig 3 is a stable realease for several months now.

ido4self 4th June 2009 19:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 192271)
Wait for what? ISPConfig 3 is a stable realease for several months now.

I meant wait for the demo :)
I really have no idea what I am doing with my VPS account and I am surfing trying to read as much as I can as fast as I can and I am afraid to try to install anything and then see that I don't like it and not know how to remove it without damaging what I already have (if that makes sense).

make-fun 11th June 2009 00:42

If you just wanna get an idea, just download this VM from http://www.applianceforge.com/appliance/19

Not exactly up to date, but a start…

ido4self 11th June 2009 20:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by make-fun (Post 193331)
If you just wanna get an idea, just download this VM from http://www.applianceforge.com/appliance/19

Not exactly up to date, but a start…

What is this? This files is 600+MB

till 11th June 2009 20:21

A vmware virtual machine, as all downloads from applianceforge.com.


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