TinyCP – A Lightweight Control Panel for Managing Linux Systems

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Marin Todorov

I am a bachelor in computer science and a Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator. Currently working as a Senior Technical support in the hosting industry. In my free time I like testing new software and inline skating.

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5 Responses

  1. vpsops says:

    Actually don’t understand the meaning of using Apache instead of Nginx on a “tiny” approach…

    • Marin Todorov says:

      My guess here is that it was easier for them to work with apache. I agree that nginx would be a better option if looking for a “tiny” approach. Probably they will add it in future, since the dev team is still working on this.

  2. Kamen says:

    Nice article! Great!

    What is the killer feature vs webmin? Why this vs a popular free tool?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Kamen,

      I don’ think TinyCP beats Webmin, because Webmin has a huge list of features then this TinyCP and also Webmin is free.

    • Marin Todorov says:

      @Kamen, I think TinyCP is better suited for small servers, similar to Linode’s 5$ server. I don’t think overall TinyCP is better then webmin, but if you are limited on resources, you can give it a try.

      On the other hand, it really does not provide more features compared to webmin. But let’s give it credit, this is a relatively new project and it’s doing pretty well so far. I am not sure if people are going to use it when they make it a paid service, considering there are better free alternatives.

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