Control panel for Centos 7?

Chris Worner

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Can anyone tell me any web hosting control panels that work with Centos 7? I am planning to move from Centos 6 to Centos 7 to use becaus i think Centos 6 will not be supported any more in the near future.
 

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Can anyone tell me any web hosting control panels that work with Centos 7? I am planning to move from Centos 6 to Centos 7 to use becaus i think Centos 6 will not be supported any more in the near future.
Chris, fast all panels that supported centos 6 will support centos 7 aswell, as because theyr'e aware that centos 6 is EOL at 2020.
 

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cPanel or Plesk will work as well on Centos 7?
I run them on Centos 6 but wondering if there are any issues if running on higher Centos version.
 

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Most control panels support CentOS 7, and frankly, if they don't, personally speaking I wouldn't even consider using their software. CentOS 7 was first released in 2014, that's more than enough time for developers to add support.
 

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VestaCP as on date, has a zero day vulnerability, yet to be fixed.

Take a look at CentOS Web Panel . I believe it is free.
 

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Paid: cPanel, obviously one of the most popular panels, which provides a lot of online resources to make using it easier.
Free: I would choose CWP, easy to work with, great interface and functionality.
 

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@Chris Worner CentOS 7 was released 4 years ago, so it looks like you are in the stone age at the moment. Each and every web hosting control panel (at least the major ones) supports CentOS. May I ask what is the purpose of opening such useless thread and asking irrelevant question, while you can do a simple research to find the answer?
 
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