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ispCP Omega Beta

XeoncrossXeoncross Member
edited October 2011 in General

I was just checking out the new PHP projects this morning when I found this ISP control panel. They have a repository setup so you can get the latest copy.


  • As always with these control panels, I can't find (easily), the software requirements (PHP? a particular webserver?) to run them, or at least some good tutorial (e.g. I hear about Nginx+Cpanel, but no clue about how to setup that).

  • XeoncrossXeoncross Member
    edited October 2011

    nginx is very easy to setup just like Apache. I use both each day and there isn't much to getting a basic vhost file setup. It's either in /etc/nginx/sites-available or /etc/apache2/sites-available. From then on you just use the server-specific stuff to set it up.

    Apache 2

    <VirtualHost *:80>
        ServerName domain.tld
        ServerAdmin [email protected]
        DocumentRoot /var/www/domain.tld/
        # mod_rewrite rules
        RewriteEngine on
        RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
        RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
        RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php/$1 [QSA,L]


        listen 80;
        server_name domain.tld;
        root   /home/user/www/domain.tld;
        # Route all requests for non-existent files to index.php
        if (!-e $request_filename) {
            rewrite ^/(.*)$ /index.php/$1 last;
        # Pass PHP scripts to php-fastcgi listening on port 9000
        location ~ \.php {
            include fastcgi_params;
  • I played a bit with ispcp, it's not bad but it somehow looks unfinished.

    I believe it needs Apache and a lot of other things. It has an auto-install script which installs everything needed, but it will eat a lot of RAM.

  • vedran said: it will eat a lot of RAM

    Which is why I never bothered to build a VPS admin center. It just didn't make any sense to allow something like that when the command line works so well.

  • That was for me @Xeoncross? I mean, I know how to use apache and nginx, and so, but I wonder if this panels will work with that webservers. As vedran says, probably is just for apache u_u

    For me, I just found one panel for nginx

  • cPanel works with nginx (but proxies php/etc to apache most of the time) if you use one of the plugins that add nginx support.

  • Looks nice, but TBH I still rely on DA for my email, but custom setup for everything else.

  • CPanel (And direct admin come to think about it) is a bitch with Nginx. Nginx assumes that you're going to have access to config files. On a CPanel/DA setup, endusers don't have that kind of access.

  • yomero said: For me, I just found one panel for nginx

    agree.. especially when using it in debian box. :D

    but i'm still having problem with the fpm configuration. mind to share your config to me? :P

  • I just have a froxlor setup, and I don't have FPM on it, normal fast cgi I guess.

    I have some bugs with some extra configs that froxlor generates for nginx about permissions for some directories o_O and then the server can't reload u_u

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