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112 Responses

  1. hostsir says:

    You should also add aaPanel to this list.

  2. Hasbullah Marwan says:

    Thanks for the great article on Linux Control Panels, I wall go for Vesta CP..

  3. aadmin says:

    I recommend TinyCP, it is really good small control panel.

    I think it should be mentioned here too.

  4. Zuev Artem says:

    Hi, Ravi, thanks for great article. You may also look at this Fast Panel and maybe add to this list :)

  5. Mike says:

    Hi Guys,

    I got confused here…

    I’m looking for some software to download and create my own open source based hosting, private server with some sort of control panel.

    Instead of that I see tons of links to hosting providers and their services.

    So something is not right here.

    Is there any open source solution for someone who is tired of paying for hosting e-mail accounts and websites? and at the same time willing to learn something :)

  6. LinuxHostSupport says:

    You should also check out CentminMod and EasyEngine. Although they don’t have a GUI, they’re still great for managing websites on a Linux server. Easy to use for beginners too.

  7. Stefano says:

    Interesting list

    Webuzo do not see, why?

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