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Best control panel for Debian
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Best control panel for Debian

I'm looking for a solid free panel for Debian or Ubuntu Server. This is for a personal box that myself and a few friends will be hosting sites on.

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  • easyeasy Member
    edited June 2015

    use vestacp for easiest to install,.

  • +1 for vestacp, easy to use interface and fast.

    Alternatives: i-MSCP, ISPConfig

    Thanked by 1mehargags
  • VestaCP is good, installation is a breeze... ( from personal experience ).

    Ajenti looks good too, but my experience on it was not that good. The UI was crawling on a dedicated server running Debian 7. I have no idea why it was so.

  • ZweiTigerZweiTiger Member, Host Rep

    CentOS webpanel. Well i tried vestacp not like it. Installed centOS webpanel and like it. Try both of them.

  • @ZweiTiger said:
    CentOS webpanel. Well i tried vestacp not like it. Installed centOS webpanel and like it. Try both of them.

    Is CentOS Webpanel possible under Debian?

  • ZweiTigerZweiTiger Member, Host Rep

    (well sorry. CentOS )

    :/

    But better... i think. Stable.

  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Patron Provider
  • +1 for VestaCP... Can run nGinx only now without Apache

    i-MSCP looks good too, but haven't used it on production server, don't know if it works with nGinx

  • MridulMridul Member

    You can try Froxlor as well.

  • TheOnlyDK said: i-MSCP

    +1 for i-mscp. It's secure than most free open source panels. I've been using it since 2010, and would choose it even if I could get cpanel for free.

  • I like Webmin

  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Patron Provider

    @hostnoob Webmin for shared hosting?

  • rajprakashrajprakash Member
    edited June 2015

    Virtualmin/Cloudmin

  • k0nslk0nsl Member

    Webmin is working fine for many of my Debian based boxes :)

  • FritzFritz Member

    @mehargags said:
    +1 for VestaCP... Can run nGinx only now without Apache

    i-MSCP looks good too, but haven't used it on production server, don't know if it works with nGinx

    Is that true? Which update? Mine is still apache and nginx only.

    For OP, I'm highly suggedt ISPConfig. I love the features it has.

  • coolicecoolice Member
    edited June 2015

    +1 ISPConfig ...

    Thanked by 1Droid
  • warihwarih Member

    Vote for Webmin. Its lightweight

  • ajenti is very good too!

  • CloudconeCloudcone Member, Patron Provider

    MikeSpears said: personal box

    VestaCP +1

  • @Fritz said:
    For OP, I'm highly suggedt ISPConfig. I love the features it has.

    I have not tried my hands with the latest version yet but following their forum posts I guess the latest version does have nGinx/php-fpm. Their may be bugs in the new Version so just check it thoroughly before putting it to production.

  • @mehargags said:
    +1 for VestaCP... Can run nGinx only now without Apache

    Since when?

  • FritzFritz Member

    mehargags said: I have not tried my hands with the latest version yet but following their forum posts I guess the latest version does have nGinx/php-fpm. Their may be bugs in the new Version so just check it thoroughly before putting it to production.

    Yes, their latest version (3.0.5.4 Patch 8) does have Nginx+PHP-FPM working perfectly. I am using VestaCP on one of my servers, and ISPConfig on the others, I love ISPConfig better.

  • sc754sc754 Member

    Virtualmin

  • kkrajkkkrajk Member
    • 1 ISPConfig ...

    you really dont need the panel working for your sites to be working...

  • Virtualmin.
    But if you want something super simple, then VestaCP.
    ISPConfig is awesome but overkill in this case.

  • NavynNavyn Member

    Go with vesta CP it's great and reliable.

  • petrispetris Member

    Why use a control panel when bash lets you do anything under the sun?

    Thanked by 1BeardyUnixGuy
  • @petris said:
    Why use a control panel when bash lets you do anything under the sun?

    Why we need/buy a car because we have our feet?.

  • petrispetris Member

    @mustafaramadhan said:
    Why we need/buy a car because we have our feet?.

    Ha. I walk to work.

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