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How to create automated packages reseller?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Simon Lloyd, May 21, 2009.

  1. Simon Lloyd

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    Hi all, i'm brand new to WHM and fairly new to cpanel, i have just purchased a VPS with WHM, Cpanel and Virtuozzo(?), i have worked out how to create packages and set my account as a reseller, however i don't know how to display packages/choices in a fashion that folk can buy the package they need and everything be automated (pretty much like it was when i purchased my account), is there an add-on for WHM or Cpanel to do this - i don't know much about servers/web hosting but want to sell a little of my space/resources to help pay my costs, can ayone help?

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    Simon
     
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    Thanks!

    Infopro, thanks for that, i'll wade through them to find the free stuff for now, i dont run a business or anything so if i can keep the cash for paying my bills at the moment i will do :)

    I think it will be phpcoin but don't know how automated that is toproviding the client with what they request.

    Anyway, thanks again!

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    Simon
     
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    Thanks for that but as i explained, my site isn't making money and i just work in a factory. WHMCS would be nice but i simply can't afford it nor justify the cost :(
     
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    OK..then you will have to maintain your accounts manually..:)
     
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