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Information / Are quotas working out of the box now ?
« on: October 10, 2019, 06:22:42 AM »

I had tried CWP some time back and CWP was not able to enable quotas on the server, and even the pro support was unable to achieve the same. Where as cpanel does it out of the box, I am back here now to check if its still working or not ?


CentOS 7 Problems / Unable to login after changing password
« on: April 12, 2018, 01:50:26 PM »

I installed lastest versio of CWP on Centos 7.4 and after that first thing I did was to change the root password from the GUI but after that I was unable to login to CWP, it kept on saying invalid login. I re-installed CWP 2 times and both the times same thing happened.

Is this a known issue that after changing password from GUI, you're unable to login with the new password ?

Please confirm.


Suggestions / Who agrees with me ?
« on: May 20, 2017, 06:42:57 AM »

Recently I got a tiny dedicated server and in search of a low cost / free panel I came to know about CWP. I installed it and after some problems (like in any other new panel you would face), its installed and working great. I am getting a good uptime. I really wanted a simple panel to sell shared hosting like CWP, but sadly cPanel (the leader) is more expensive than the server I have and it keeps on forcing to use CloudLinux which is another $10 and now they have started imposing KernelCare which is another $4-5.

Now this only means that its killing the small time hoster like me and corporates are getting big discounts from cpanel etc and they can more easily kill the competition. Anyways this is another story, the main thing in this is that cpanel is very expensive.

Now CWP is good but its not at a point where it can be used easily and professionally, like its very difficult to enable quotas, nobody helps about it, you have to buy the support package I guess for that but things like that should work out of the box (like in cpanel it does).

So i think its fair for CWP to charge about $10 per month per server and should really start building up a team of devs and make CWP better. Right now it feels incomplete and on several forums i have been told that its not safe to use.

So do you agree with me that CWP should start charging and hire more people to make it a better software than it is ?


CentOS 7 Problems / How to secure /tmp folder ?
« on: May 06, 2017, 10:09:18 AM »

I am using CWP on CentOS 7, how do I secure /tmp folder ??


CentOS 7 Problems / SSH not working
« on: May 05, 2017, 02:20:07 PM »

After 2 days of installing cwp , I today tried to log into ssh, it connected, asked username and then password, but as soon as I enter password, putty closes. Why this is happening ?



I really liked the simplicity of cwp. But its not at par with any control panel. Though this is exactly what a shared host needs, but still its far from perfect. I suggest instead of charging $1 per month, start charging $5 per month and hire proper devs and make CWP a product that can compete with cpanel.

If it becomes a good competing product I am willing to pay upto $20 per month for it. I have already paid $10 (per annum) for it.

1. It needs feature manager to enable / disable features of client panel (just like cpanel has)
2. The admin sidebar menu need to get fixed, it keeps on disappering when some action is taken and keeps on reloading.
3. Better looking themes are needed, more colours are required.
4. FreeDNS manager needs to go away and something better needs to come in.

Atleast this is required. Everything right now is raw or unfinished. Hire professionals and get the product finished.


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