Which control panel uses Centos 7 and how can I install it?
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This is a really interesting question that I’ve seen before and would like to share my opinion with the rest of you.
There a lot of web panels available (most of them are free to use) that you can choose in order to manage your server. What I can recommend is to try them as in this way you can see if it really suits your needs.
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I will list the top control panels that I recommend:
CentOS Web Panel
You’ve now got some great options if you want to use a control panel with your server but you don’t want to pay for a license. I’ve tried to layout most of the available options, but which one is best will ultimately depend on your individual needs.
I personally use https://vestacp.com/ I found all the others either lacking or buggy. Although Centos Web Panel now “supports” CentOS 7 I found it not as easy to use to us as Vesta CP. I tried Ajenti, which works great on Centos 6, but I found it failed more times than not on CentOS 7.
CentOs Web Panel (CWP) is not support centos 7 platform… and ajenti is so slow i remove it with in a 10 minute… please help for other control panel which support centos 7
Thanks 4 your reply. I just installed Ajenti, but it’s absolutely rubbish. Still have a headache with terminal.
Well, that rules out cPanel. If you can wait a few months then cPanel will most likely support CentOS 7. However cPanel isn’t free and if you’re just using it for one website just use Apache, set up the sites and you’ll have the problem sorted. Of course that doesn’t come with a UI so get use to typing in lots of commands.
There’s lots of control panels out there, cPanel being the best. If you really need to use that now go for CentOS 6, it still runs nice.
There is only a couple I know that have support for CentOs 7
I’m not sure if CentOs Web Panel (CWP) supports it yet, I know Vesta doesn’t but I wouldn’t be surprised if that changes soon.
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