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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dragon-Knight, Jul 20, 2004.

  1. Dragon-Knight

    Dragon-Knight Member

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    Dear sirs,

    Will I get both WHM & cPanel if I purchase cPanel? I am planning to buy a dedicated server from ezzi.net. They provide me with three options for control panel. Webmin, Plesk & cPanel. I will choose cPanel & they will install it. But is WHM already included in cPanel?

    Regards,
    Dragon Knight
     
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    dazerrackers Well-Known Member

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    WHM is part of the cPanel software. So yes it does come with it.
     
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    Thanks for answering me... What about Fantastico? I know that it is add-on module for cPanel. But is it easy to install it?

    Besides, we are planning to use FreeBSD server. Is it possible to install Apache-ASP there? Is it also come together with cPanel? (I see apache-asp in layer1.cpanel.net)

    Which billing software is good, apart from Modern Bill? Is there any open source billing software that can be used with cPanel?

    I am sorry if my questions annoy you guys. Because I am still new to web hosting biz and other things, I need to know many.

    Regards,
    Tay Zar
     
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    Fantastico is a third-party add-on product, and these days is very easy to install.

    cPanel does not come with Apache::ASP, but a search of these forums should through up peoples experience with installing and running it (though ASP is always best run on a Windows server).

    I'm not sure if phpCoin actually hooks into cPanel these days, but it's probably the best known of the open source. I cannot recommend any since we do ours with in-house scripts.
     
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