Ubuntu 16.04 - Full VestaCP Installation Tutorial (+email DNS!)
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I did it by going
server>CONFIGURING SERVER / APACHE2 > CONFIGURE PHP.INI
And update the values. I just roam around and yeah it is really easy to configure.

Do you know how to add IPV6 to your control panel?
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#12
(2018-01-21, 11:51:15 pm)tukai Wrote:  I did it by going
server>CONFIGURING SERVER / APACHE2 > CONFIGURE PHP.INI
And update the values. I just roam around and yeah it is really easy to configure.

Do you know how to add IPV6 to your control panel?

Sadly VestaCP does not support IPv6 yet. Sad
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#13
Great effort! I'm currently using ZPanel, have you tried that? OP: Do you think its better than Zpanel? In sense of features?
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(2018-01-29, 2:29:11 pm)Sahil Wrote:  Great effort! I'm currently using ZPanel, have you tried that? OP: Do you think its better than Zpanel? In sense of features?

Please do not use Zpanel, It has severely crippling issues with security and other stuff in the past. I would either go with Vesta or Webmin.
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#15
Anyone have any Idea about how to make this work? I want to add IPv6 to site.
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#16
(2018-01-29, 2:56:56 pm)Kururin Wrote:  Please do not use Zpanel, It has severely crippling issues with security and other stuff in the past. I would either go with Vesta or Webmin.

I found that Sentora is the next generation of Zpanel, it's not supporting php7 yet.
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#17
Yes, sentora is working to support php 7 here is their post 7months ago, hope they found the solution for now
http://forums.sentora.org/showthread.php?tid=3705
Currently sentora is not supporting php7.

And now coming to topics at vestaCP , it is lightweight panel, and really do all the work perfectly. So I am thinking using this panel in my vps also.
Yeah. Everything is right....Or wrong?
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(2018-01-30, 4:14:36 pm)ALPANAWEB Wrote:  And now coming to topics at vestaCP , it is lightweight panel, and really do all the work perfectly. So I am thinking using this panel in my vps also.

I've installed VestaCP, at first I really confused, I install what I don't really need tho, and find so many bugs around, then I uninstalled it.

But after I tried the other panel, it seems like VestaCP is the best of the best for me, and I installed it again with something I need to install like Nginx and Apache, SQL server, but without email and the other (as I don't need email server and I've already installed Fail2ban).
And now, it's working perfectly as I want to. It's easy too control over there, now I'm going to thankful for VestaCP.
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(2018-01-31, 12:17:00 am)tiwil Wrote:  I've installed VestaCP, at first I really confused, I install what I don't really need tho, and find so many bugs around, then I uninstalled it.

But after I tried the other panel, it seems like VestaCP is the best of the best for me, and I installed it again with something I need to install like Nginx and Apache, SQL server, but without email and the other (as I don't need email server and I've already installed Fail2ban).
And now, it's working perfectly as I want to. It's easy too control over there, now I'm going to thankful for VestaCP.

I'm glad you're enjoying VestaCP. I love how it's free and open source. The only thing that's killing it for me is no IPv6 support yet. I hope they add it soon though.
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