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CentOS 7 Problems / Re: AutoSSL Hangs and Fails
« on: September 26, 2019, 04:13:09 AM »
Well I am sad today.

I had thought perhaps I have found a good alternative to cpanel - but it seems there is no support.

Obviously I am not expecting support for free if the product works correctly and it's my issue or lack of experience - I think it's fine to charge for support.... however, if the issue is core software (SSL hanging) then the CWP team should

1) Acknowledge there is an issue;

2) Publish a timeline of when it will get fixed;

3) If they have not the time / skill to fix it, then put out a bounty for other devs

I think the above would pretty much cover all bugs in short space of time ;-)

CentOS 7 Problems / Re: AutoSSL Hangs and Fails
« on: September 25, 2019, 12:26:07 AM »
Also the same bug - admin/index.php?module=ssl_certificate

when I press "Create Auto SSL to all available domain"  - the entire system hangs and and when I try to go back to dashboard, entire CWP7 admin panel is "stuck" and simply hangs.

New server with only 2 accounts.

To get back into dashboard, I have to access server console and reboot machine!

CWP version:

EDIT:  I guess this issue must be quite big because even the CWP website & forum is insecure and suffering with ssl issue ... (you can see in your browser address bar "Not secure" message - unless it's fixed by the time you are reading this - here is screenshot:

SSL / Re: https admin login 2031 2087 port
« on: September 12, 2019, 11:18:38 AM »
Server Settings > Change Hostname... You can see a list of all the links to use.

Thanks that was helpful.  BUT how do i allow user to login from their domain


When I login from it works fine but not for

I have secured with Let's encrypt and verified the SSL using and I get green padlock on all counts for the userdomain...... but no joy for login screen - only get the "this page is not secure" message.

I've cleared cache and even tried with different browser and different machine - but always the "this page is not secure" message.

So - how can I allow user to login from their domain

Postfix / Re: Greylisting
« on: September 11, 2019, 04:00:09 AM »
does grey listing exist for centos-webpanel ?  I really like that in cpainel 

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