Open Source softwares in FreeBSD for web hosting platform
Tek Bahadur Limbu
teklimbu at wlink.com.np
Mon Nov 26 07:10:36 PST 2007
> Tek Bahadur Limbu wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I know that this question has been asked on this list in the past. So
>> I am sorry for repeating it.
>> However, I would like to know the current answers and views on this
>> Basically, I want to know which software you might be using as a Site
>> configuration and management application for web hosting services.
>> It will be used primarily to control about 500-1000 virtual domains.
>> I know that there are Cpanel and Plesk which are very good commercial
>> softwares catering the needs for a good web based management tool.
>> So far, I have only tried out RAQdevil http://www.raqdevil.com/
>> It seems good but is quite limited in it's features.
>> So I would like to know more open source softwares used for this type
>> of services.
>> Thanking you...
> We are using syscp and it works well. (you will need to modify it to
> suit your needs, the source code is clean and easy to modify).
> Any open source software you try, it is not 100% complete (as far as I
> know, from my experience with open source web panels), so you will have
> to modify the code. The bad thing with syscp is that dns server is not
> configurable from web interface (there is a patch, but it allows you to
> modify DNS only from admin account, which is not good, I think you will
> need regular users to be able to configure their own dns servers), so
> this is one thing you must add. I asume you need 3 types of accounts,
> admin account, reseller account and user account.
I have heard about syscp and will definitely try it once. But I am not
very familiar with coding. Apart of the DNS configurations, do we need
to hack the code?
By the way, how many virtual domains are you currently managing with syscp?
> best regards,
With best regards and good wishes,
Tek Bahadur Limbu
Jwl Systems Department
Worldlink Communications Pvt. Ltd.
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