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Review of web control panel software.

Monday, 28 August 2006 07:41
I've used WebMin in the past, but I was usally not that impressed with the project.

Now there are all sorts of control panels you can purchase to maintain your machines for resale. These control panels aren't like webmin... but they contain interfaces for the backend and frontend. So your customers can login and manage their domain (added email accts, change hostname, etc).

I haven't yet had the time to install any of these products, but I'm wanting to do so in the future.

WebMin
ISPConfig
VHCS
cPanel
Last Updated on Monday, 28 August 2006 07:43