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Mycah

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Hey everyone,

Actually I don't know if this is the correct fourm but I was wondering about Cpanel, is it worth the $450.00+ to ge the licence? Or are there cheaper ones that do the same thing..

If your wondering why im asking this is im trying to host a Linux web hosting Server ;) Needed there to

Thanks :tazz:
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You can also lease cPanel monthly (about $25/mo). As I stated in your other topic, a reseller account would probably be a better alternative for you.

There are cheaper alternative control panels, but cPanel is the best IMO.
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Preferably, I'm a fan of Ensim. Its about half the price last time I looked and its I/O system is lightyears ahead of its compeditors. I used CPanel on one of my servers then got rid of it. It wasn't worth the hassle. Ensim is a Installshield Wizard to install, and sets up so much easier.

If you want something free, you can always program your own scripts for this purpose. For Windows, ASP.Net is rumored to have Windows API functionality. I've never tried but you can have fun with that.
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