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Old 04-20-2006, 05:51 PM
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Wasnt mentioned and iam using it right now.. works fine but i wouldt trust it if ur into hosting for money and stuff. For everything else it works fine and provides easy howto's
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Very nice free control panel. Myself I have been using Webmin and Virtualmin sense 2003. For a brief period I was using cPanel on my old server. But for personal use its a waste. So far I have been very please with Webmin.
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I'm using webmin on my internal lan server now. Was using it on my hone server quite successfullly. Coop was going to install web-cp for me on my internal lan (I had given him access to it) but apparently it has too many issues so we went back to webmin which I am familiar with.

When I had my home network up, I had as many as three forums, and seven static html sites on there. That was the highest point. Granted none of the forums were large but I did okay. Liz
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Old 04-21-2006, 05:17 AM
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I havent had a single problem with Webmin. Even though this server is highly modded. (software) I run a custom kernel, scripts and modules for Webmin. And everything works like a charm.

As far as websites go theres 5 websites on the server none of them get allot of traffic. But last month before I sold my proxy the proxy website hit 248k page views and the server load pretty much stayed between .20 and .40. I was very impressed. Untill webmin is unsupported anymore its going to be my control panel of choice.

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Old 04-21-2006, 06:24 AM
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here are my stats :P

Server Online since: 21d, 13:59h
System Load 1 Minute: 0.10
System Load 5 Minutes: 0.03
System Load 15 Minutes: 0.01
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I never used it, but thought about testing out different type of Control Panels on my home server. Just so I can get a feel of them for my clients.
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