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something like cpanel for Ubuntu?

  • Posted June 20, 2013

There’s an article to install cPanel on Centos How to Install cPanel on a Virtual Server Running Centos 6

However, I’m using an ubuntu server and I need something cpanel like to for DNS configuration

What can I install and how do I install it? Thanks in advance.

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You should try https://zesle.com/docs It’s free and you can manage your vanity nameservers, dns , domains, emails etc


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Try Vesta control panel.

Hello there,

You can now run cPanel/WHM on Ubuntu which is a great alternative.

This document describes the system requirements for your cPanel & WHM installation on an Ubuntu® server. You can install cPanel & WHM on Ubuntu version 20.04 LTS.

If there is a new product available in the marketplace we will update this thread with the information.

Hope that this helps!

Hello, all

This is a very good question.

I will recommend to check all of the available options and choose one that is most suitable with your needs. Some of the control panels that will run on your Ubuntu server are:

Webmin - http://webmin.com We also have an install tutorial for Webmin - https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-webmin-on-an-ubuntu-cloud-server

VestaCP - https://vestacp.com/install

ServerPilot - https://serverpilot.io

Hope that this helps! Regards, Alex

I tried Zesle. It is full of bugs. I want to remove zesle and I am help less. The Zesle support is also not able to help me.

You should try https://zesle.com/docs It’s free and you can manage your vanity nameservers, dns , domains, emails etc

Vesta Control panel installer asks you to remove apache and mysql : <br> <br> <br>" <br> bash vst-install.sh <br>–2014-04-22 06:00:00-- http://vestacp.com/pub/vst-install-ubuntu.sh <br>Resolving vestacp.com (vestacp.com)… 50.22.60.3 <br>Connecting to vestacp.com (vestacp.com)|50.22.60.3|:80… connected. <br>HTTP request sent, awaiting response… 200 OK <br>Length: 25654 (25K) [text/plain] <br>Saving to: ‘vst-install-ubuntu.sh’ <br> <br>100%[======================================================================================================================>] 25,654 --.-K/s in 0.1s
<br> <br>2014-04-22 06:00:01 (194 KB/s) - ‘vst-install-ubuntu.sh’ saved [25654/25654] <br> <br>!!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! <br> <br>Following packages are already installed: <br>apache2 mysql-server <br> <br>It is highly recommended to remove them before proceeding. <br>If you want to force installation run this script with -f option: <br>Example: bash vst-install-ubuntu.sh --force <br> <br>!!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! <br>" <br> <br>

Latest zpanel installation script does not work on the ubuntu version installed: <br> <br> <br>" <br> Installers for Linux <br>To install ZPanel on Linux, we now provide an even easier method, simply copy and paste the below command into your OS of choice to download, install and configure your new ZPanel server automatically:- <br> <br> Ubuntu LTS Server: <br> <br> bash <(curl -Ss https://raw.github.com/zpanel/installers/master/install/Ubuntu-12_04/10_1_1.sh) <br> <br>If you try it you get : <br> <br>bash <(curl -Ss https://raw.github.com/zpanel/installers/master/install/Ubuntu-12_04/10_1_1.sh) <br>dpkg-query: package ‘php’ is not installed and no information is available <br>dpkg-query: package ‘apache’ is not installed and no information is available <br>dpkg-query: package ‘mysql’ is not installed and no information is available <br>dpkg-query: package ‘bind’ is not installed and no information is available <br>dpkg-query: package ‘postfix’ is not installed and no information is available <br>dpkg-query: package ‘dovecot’ is not installed and no information is available <br>Use dpkg --info (= dpkg-deb --info) to examine archive files, <br>and dpkg --contents (= dpkg-deb --contents) to list their contents. <br>Detected : Ubuntu 13.10 64 <br>Sorry, this installer only supports the installation of ZPanel on Ubuntu 12.04 <br>"

ServerPilot can´t help if you have a system running: <br>" What about existing servers? <br>ServerPilot can’t connect your server if you’ve already installed a control panel, a web server, or MySQL. <br>"

<a href=“https://serverpilot.io/”>ServerPilot</a> is a free cPanel alternative that only supports Ubuntu.