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is it worthwhile waiting for 1.0.4 before switching to CentOS 7?
Posted by: Ron-e - 09-29-2016, 05:06 AM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - Replies (5)

Just a simple question before i gone switch from CentOS 6 to 7 on my private dedicated server.
Is it worthwhile waiting for Sentora 1.0.4 before switching from CentOS 6 to 7 and need/want to do a total fresh install and reconfigure all domains, sub-domains and everything?

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wow to long not come here
Posted by: hrace009 - 09-08-2016, 02:41 PM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - No Replies

Wow, seems it have been an ages i never visit sentora.
Last time i seen, it only support CentOS 6
Now 7 Comes up Big Grin
Gonna try this up Tongue
   

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The most important question for Sentora
Posted by: kini - 08-24-2016, 10:34 PM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - Replies (3)

I invest very much on my new company and i think to use Sentora, but have some worries..

Is the Sentora ready for Live ?? Huh

1. What is the last important hot fixes for Sentora ?
2. What php functions need to be disabled in (disabled_functions in php.ini) ?
3. Can client's or non-client's hack the server with Sentora ?

And many of this questions/answers in this thread... Rolleyes

Regards.

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Free Sentora (Reseller) Hosting for Lifetime
Posted by: Xversion - 08-11-2016, 01:30 AM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - Replies (7)

Hello There,

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I am about to establish a company named 'Virjox' (https://virjox.com) selling various products and services and Hosting being our primary market, we decided to focus our resources and time on it. Sentora, being open source is an ideal choice for us and we hope to give more back to the community than we take.

So we are offering Sentora Members (with atleast 1 month of membership) completely free web hosting for their life. 

Limited to the FIRST 5 (Currently: 0/5 TAKEN)

What are specifications of the service?

10 GB Disk Space (+ 10 EXTRA FREE - 20GB in TOTAL!)
1 Website
Unlimited GB Bandwidth
Unlimited Email Accounts (w/ Forwarders & Distributions)
Unlimited FTP Accounts
Unlimited Sub Domains
Unlimited Parked Domains
Unlimited Databases

LIMITED to the FIRST 2 (Currently: 0/2 TAKEN)

Resellers:

What are specifications of the service?

40 GB Disk Space (+ 10 EXTRA FREE - 50GB in TOTAL!)
Unlimited Clients
Unlimited GB Bandwidth
Unlimited Email Accounts (w/ Forwarders & Distributions)
Unlimited FTP Accounts
Unlimited Sub Domains
Unlimited Parked Domains
Unlimited Databases

Reseller Features:

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What's in it for us?

Before we launch our business we want to ensure that the platform is stable and meets the industry standards and there fore we need 'BETA' testers.

But don't worry, just because it is a BETA test it doesn't mean it is isolated... we need to train our staff too! and we promise to backup your site daily off-site for no extra charge. The server is equipped with 1Gbps dedicated line, SSD Storage and 10 Core CPU with over 50GB of RAM.

Moreover, we are on the verge of developing some unique modules and we hope you can take advantage of those extra features. These include:

SEO Tools, Cloudflare Integration, Page Analysis, LetsEncrypt SSL, IP Deny Manager and many more...

Beyond modules, we are also working on integrating OpenLiteSpeed + Nginx in replacement for Apache, offering PostgreSQL, MongoDB and many other software that you can take advantage of.

If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know. To claim a package just reply to this thread.

Many thanks!

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New Fedora 24 Installation ... incomming
Posted by: Eulogy - 08-09-2016, 01:07 PM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - Replies (6)

Hi,
 
I'm using Fedora 24 as home server, Linux learning stuff and fun. Lately, I'm just looking for a free web host panel option for my mini multi-vhost management. I knew zpanel, tried to install it, but too many bugs and problems. Zpanel looked dead, even on Wiki. I was sad till I found Sentora. God Thanks!! Zpanel is alive!!

So I tried to setup them installation for Fedora with success!!  I have to try some stuffs for being sure to don’t have Bugs. I have a little one with the postfix, but I don’t see any problem at the end of the installation. Everything working well.
So after some s scripts optimizations and validations, I will be able to send my installation script on the forum for Fedora, even if it’s not officially support by Sentora. Fedora is a Red Hat (CentOS brother distribution) with the advantages of Ubuntu, so why not? Big Grin

If you are interested to have the script for test before release, just to send me a private message.

Thank you!

Vous pouvez m’écrire en français aussi!
 
Eulogy

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filezilla and /etc/
Posted by: giannitartor - 08-07-2016, 03:43 AM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - Replies (6)

hi, i want reach /etc/ with filezilla but cannot wich ftp account create or how todo because i want
to download net2ftp to the direktory like you see in the image.' the image is not mine' is a example i found in the internet from the website http://zen.web.id/install-net2ftp-filema...i-sentora/

i can create ftp account to publish websites without problem.
thank for your contribution
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New Member, New User
Posted by: Jawshee - 08-05-2016, 08:56 PM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - Replies (1)

Hi all,

New user of Sentora and have just joined the forums.

I'm Josh from Victoria, Australia - I found Sentora on my search for a cPanel replacement as I was using 5% of its functionality and it was not worth the cost for me.

After setting up Sentora and working through a few issues (Tried CentOS, ultimately now on Ubuntu 14.04) it looks like everything is up and running how it should be.

Just want to give a big thanks to the supporters and staff who maintain the project and also post a bunch of resources on the forum, while I am not a complete newb to this type of stuff, the forums have been a life saver for some things.

Keep up the awesome work  Heart Heart

Cheers
Josh

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New version of PMTA 4.5 is available
Posted by: jack-gosier - 08-01-2016, 05:00 PM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - No Replies

Hello Guys,

New version of PMTA is available.
PMTA 4.5 (nulled)

To avail your copy, Skype me: jack-gosier






Build your own bulk/promotional email infrastructure with World's most powerful SMTP "PowerMTA".

Advantages of Email Marketing with  "PowerMTA":-

1) Massive increase in lead generation

2) Revenue/Sale Booster

3) One of the best and pocket friendly solution for any product promotion

4) Simple & easy to manage

5) Secure & Reliable


Thanks,

Jack

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Let's Encrypt Activation
Posted by: 1to1marketing - 07-16-2016, 07:10 AM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - Replies (1)

I am using Digital Ocean for a vhost.  I want to use Let's Encrypt to certify my site with SSL/https.  I am using their Linux server running Apache managed with Sentora 1.0.3.  Let's Encrypt installed fine, but when it looked for the domain's that I want covered, it could not find any.  The Let's Encrypt only does give me 4 .conf files to cover: 
1. httpd-vhosts.conf
2. default-ssl.conf
3. 000-default.conf
4. 000-default.conf-le-ssl.conf

Digital Ocean said Lets Encrypt's script will not work out of the box with Sentora. They suggested I contact Sentora support and request information about implementing Lets Encrypt with their setup. Unfortunately, I do not know how they set up their stack so I cannot figure out how to force a workaround.  Does anyone have any suggestion?

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To implement RMS system
Posted by: andrewhobbs - 06-10-2016, 02:38 PM - Forum: General Discussions (Non-Support Related) - No Replies

I would like to get some advice regarding an  online store development. We have a fashion store in Markham. Soon we will start it's branches in Quebec and Toronto. Our online store is on development phase. I guess, within 3 or 4 weeks it will go live. To manage our physical store and online store, we are planning to implement RMS system in our shop. Recently I read some information about e-commerce integration system from here https://multiflexrms.com . What type of RMS software would be better to integrate our physical and online stores? What are the hardware requirements to install this system?

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