Tutorial Series

Using the Ajenti Control Panel with Ajenti V

Ajenti is an open source, web-based control panel that can be used for a large variety of server management tasks. It can install packages and run commands, and you can view basic server information such as RAM in use, free disk space, etc. All this can be accessed from a web browser. Optionally, an add-on package called Ajenti V allows you to manage multiple websites from the same control panel and easily configure email accounts for your domains.
  • Ajenti is an open source, web-based control panel that can be used for a large variety of server management tasks. It can install packages and run commands, and you can view basic server information such as RAM in use, free disk space, etc. All this can be accessed from a web browser. Optionally, an add-on package called Ajenti V allows you to manage multiple websites and email accounts from the same control panel.
  • Ajenti is an open source, web-based control panel that can be used for a large variety of server management tasks. In this tutorial we will install a WordPress blog, using the tools Ajenti V provides.
  • In this tutorial, we will setup a basic website using Ajenti V from the Ajenti control panel and create an email account on your website's domain.
  • RainLoop is a free email client that can access any IMAP/SMTP emails, including Ajenti V's built-in email. It supports multiple accounts, social logins (log in with Twitter, Facebook, etc.), two factor authentication, and more. RainLoop is a great program to install with Ajenti V because the Ajenti V platform itself has no default webmail. At the end of this tutorial we will have RainLoop installed with IMAP/SMTP access to mailboxes.
  • phpMyAdmin is a free, web-facing control panel that can access and edit MySQL databases hosted on your server. It integrates with all existing and future databases on your Ajenti server automatically. This tutorial will show you integrate phpMyAdmin into the Ajenti control panel.