Replace Webmin with ISPConfig?

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Stokesy, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. Stokesy

    Stokesy Member

    I am using a Debian (Lenny) server and webmin to administer it, but I don't like Webmin much never have, and I always liked 42go back in the day, so I would like to replace webmin with ISPConfig. Any problems? Do I just install ISPConfig and stop using Webmin?

    Is there any problem when I upgrade to Squeeze (any day now!)...?

    Another question is, I have a client who uses Plesk on a Debian box, and this is horrible! it makes it really hard to do anything from the command line as it makes a mess of linux. Is it easy to replace plesk with ISPConfig? I should imagine not!

    Many Thanks,
  2. tahunasky

    tahunasky Member

    You can just install ispconfig and use along with webmin. I actually use both, webmin is good for managing some stuff, rebooting server, stopping and starting services etc..

    However if i was you, i would do a clean install, backup the data on the server and then when installing linux format the disk and then install ispconfig.

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