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Old 03-21-2006, 08:10 PM   #1
adnonimape
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CentOS 4.2, Free Control Panel


Are there any free control panels, like cPanel, or Plesk, something along those lines, one that is free, and supports CentOS 4.2? Thanks!

Also, does anyone know how to make Apache (httpd), and vsftpd, start up when I turn the machine on?
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Old 03-22-2006, 03:08 AM   #2
shawnbishop
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Hi

If you are running a GUI like KDE or GNOME go to Server settings and select the "services" option,here you will see the option for "httpd" and "vsftpd",tick them and save.
Or from command line use "chkconfig vsftpd on" and the same for apache

I dont know of anything like cPanel,install Webmin and you will be able to configure the machine easily.

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