20 Open Source/Commercial Control Panels to Manage Linux Servers

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88 Responses

  1. Raivo says:

    For 5$ i give you VestaCP liftime lisence for Filemanager. I only need acces to your VestaCP panel files and in 10 ​minutes all works great! I added screenshots from my vestacp file manager panel where all works great!
    In official vestacp website lifetime license cost 50$ but i give you it for 5$

    PM me raivo1224@gmail.com

  2. Jae says:

    Hello, thanks for the blog post, I am curious to if you heard of Hespia control panel? what are your thoughts?

  3. Rozdev says:

    Thank you for the article. Over the years i have tried the most, and for me the only options is VestaCP and Ispconfig, plus Webmin with Virtualmin. They are all great, safe and lightweight panels.

    CPanel is bloated, expensive, and total overkill unless you are an internet provider, or selling hotels in one or another way. One can have 2 great servers for the price of CPanel. I do not like it.

    Thanks again for your effort with the article.

  4. Mustafa says:


    We are developing Panilux Panel over 4 years. Its have a free version. Please visit and review it. i think we need your advices.


  5. ROhan says:

    i am using C panel for all my websites and really very happy about it, i have used plesk but Cpanel is the best.
    Btw very useful article.

  6. Frozt says:

    Zpanel is no more. It was purchased by a Hosting Company, then the Dev’s decided they didn’t like things so left and forked it to Sentora. However, it has many security flaws that make it not worth using.

    I would support VestaCP completely. It’s been an amazing CP.

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Thanks for the tip, let me verify that, if Zpanel no more in development we will remove it from the list.

  7. Angel says:


  8. Ananda Bhattacharjee says:

    Is there any free Web Hosting control panel for Tomcat server ? I have tomcat server for java site hosting that I maintain via console. I am running multiple website here, problem can’t share to my developers to upload data to apps directory … Please help me to resolve the issue .

    • Ravi Saive says:


      In this list we’ve already discussed some free/paid control panels for Linux, just dig in and select one that best suits your needs..

  9. R. Hempel says:

    ispcp and vhsc years ago dead – the good fork is i-mscp.

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Thanks for updating us, let me cross verify them, if they dead will remove and include new tools as suggested by you..

  10. Seti says:

    Syscp is dead, an active fork is http://froxlor.org

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