Is any GUI panel from where we can manage our server?


We want’s to access my server from GUI Panel just like the WHM Panel we have in Godaddy server.

So, is there any panel?

Thanks, Akash

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I vote for CentOS Web Panel or Sentora…

Both are pretty resource friendly and runs fine within a 512MB along with couple of moderate traffic website (with caching off course)…

Both has a layout which any cPanel user may find easy to migrate to…

Both can be installed really easily and does rest by it self (just deploy a droplet, install the panel, rest, like all the software for web, mail, ftp, domain and such is installed and managed by the panel)…

@JonsJava Great, I think I am on a better footing now having understood how to put it all together.

I just destroyed my droplet to so I can get a new one put together with centOS distribution and manually install the LEMP stack there. centOS seems to be better and more stable for web apps. Also, I’d prefer cpanel over other interfaces for the time being. When time permits I can explore others.

Thanks a ton for the help! :)

I’d recommend WebMin. It’s fairly easy to use, and there is a nginx module.

After that, I’d say learn Linux (if time permits). If that’s not doable, WebMin is a great option to get you running with little knowledge.

There’s others that I’ve not tried, like:

Oh, and a shout-out to @Woet : sorry, but that was a lazy answer you gave there.