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Old 2nd December 2012, 18:38
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In 2.5 years I'm sure its gotten even more popular. Would be great to see products like CloudLinux or the new BetterLinux come out and support ispConfig.
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I spoke with CloudLinux.

Problem is that there does not seem to be anyone using it with ISPConfig, since most use Debian and not CentOS what CloudLinux is based on.

The other issue seems to be a concern for Hosting companies that use ISPConfig will not want to pay $10 per month for CloudLinux. I know i will certainly pay that to increase stability and users on each server. Its a small investment.

If Cloud Linux was available for ISPConfig would you pay for it?
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The 4 Pros of ISPConfig 3.046:
1. Free of charge;
2. Very Fast;
3. Very Stable;
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I spoke with CloudLinux.

Problem is that there does not seem to be anyone using it with ISPConfig, since most use Debian and not CentOS what CloudLinux is based on.

The other issue seems to be a concern for Hosting companies that use ISPConfig will not want to pay $10 per month for CloudLinux. I know i will certainly pay that to increase stability and users on each server. Its a small investment.

If Cloud Linux was available for ISPConfig would you pay for it?
If they supported Debian I would.
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