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Installation / Re: Centos 7 still the recommended version?
« on: May 15, 2023, 12:02:35 PM »

Based on the information provided, it's important to note that I cannot directly access external websites or forums. However, I can provide you with a general response to your query.

Regarding CentOS, as of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, CentOS 7 was indeed the recommended version at the time. However, it's essential to consult the official documentation or the CentOS community to ensure you have the most up-to-date information on recommended versions.

When CentOS 7 reaches its end of life, the recommended approach would typically involve creating a new installation of the desired version (such as CentOS Stream) and manually migrating your websites, emails, and other related data. This process can require some work, but it ensures a smooth transition to the updated version.

To obtain the most accurate and current information regarding CentOS and its versions, I recommend visiting the CentOS official website or actively engaging with the CentOS community through their forum or mailing lists. They can provide you with the most relevant guidance for your specific scenario and requirements.

I understand your concerns regarding the built-in DNS feature of CWP and the email services. To prevent the installation of the built-in DNS feature, you can customize your CWP installation and exclude the DNS component during the setup process.

As for the email services, you can configure CWP to use the external email service you prefer instead of the built-in one. This way, you can ensure that your domain's emails are handled by the other service you mentioned.

To address the errors and resource usage you're experiencing, it would be helpful to gather more information about your VPS and CWP installation. Please provide additional details about your VPS specifications and any specific error messages you're encountering so that we can better assist you in finding a solution.

Thank you for reaching out, and we'll work together to find the best resolution for your situation.


Yes, Alma Linux 9 is compatible with CentOS Web Panel (CWP). You can go ahead and install CWP on your VPS running Alma Linux 9 without any issues. If you have successfully installed CWP on Alma Linux 8, the process should be similar for Alma Linux 9. Thank you for your question and best of luck with your installation!

Installation / Re: mail server only
« on: May 15, 2023, 11:51:38 AM »
Yes, you can definitely use CentOS Web Panel (CWP) for managing your mail server on a small VPS. CWP provides a user-friendly interface and robust features specifically designed for managing mail services. It allows you to easily configure and manage various aspects of your mail server, such as domains, mailboxes, spam filters, and more. So, if you're looking to run your server from home while keeping your mail server on a separate VPS, CWP can be a suitable choice for managing your mail services efficiently.

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