Do you mean cPanel being installed onto a jailed environment? In that scenario, No, cPanel cannot be installed to a jail as root access is required for it to properly install.Hi guys
I'm a newbie here & to cpanel, can anyone tell me if cPanel supports jails in FreeBSD??
Yep, cPanel with WHMCS installed on a freebsd box then all the client accounts/sites running in individual jails so that everything is seperated.Do you mean cPanel/WHM accounts having Jailed shell accounts? In that situation, yes - jailed shell access is supported.
WHMCS is made by a third party company, you can ask them at WHMCS.comYep, cPanel with WHMCS installed on a freebsd box then all the client accounts/sites running in individual jails so that everything is seperated.
Whats the support status of cPanel/WHMCS for FreeBSD 7.0??
Well the client's SSH account would be jailed, not the content of the account per-se.ok cool, I'll check out the WHMCS stuff out but as far as cPanel nstalled on a freebsd box then all the client accounts/sites running in individual jails so that everything is seperated it should all work ok, right?
Note, it is our general policy to not begin work on supporting a distribution until it has reached final release. Right now FreeBSD 7 is still in Beta, however we do intend to support FreeBSD 7. Unfortunately, I don't have any ETA on that for you.cPanel support for FreeBSD 7 would be very welcome, FreeBSD 7 has some very good performance related enhancements.
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