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31 Responses

  1. nehru says:


    I have installed on Cent OS 7, but did not showing the Dashboard. Please share the info

  2. MGi says:

    Looks interesting, but it wants to install GUI on my server. That’s unacceptable.

    • Aaron Kili says:


      Yes, it’s a GUI so if you want to use it, then you have to install a GUI on your server.

    • guvnayyc says:

      It’s a WebUI, it has the same security implications as SSH or console.

      I’m guessing GUI is bad from your standpoint in respect to resource overhead (read: X-Window System, Desktop).

      That’s not the case with the WebUI.

      I just installed it on a head server and looking at the resources being logged in and managing a dozen other servers, it’s nominal.

      Just putting it out there so you have a second point of reference.

      Cheers, and good luck with your endeavour!!

  3. Sof says:

    Did not work for me.

    $ sudo apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-keys F1BAA57C 

    I had to use :

    $ sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys F1BAA57C

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