Sentora free hosting control panel on Ubuntu 14.04

About Sentora
Sentora is a fully featured, free hosting control panel that can help you easily manage your server through its user friendly interface. It is easy to install and includes all the software you will need to manage multiple websites and clients on a single server. The latest version of Sentora is 1.0.0. The installer will help you automatically install the following software on your server:
MySql -5.5.29
Apache – 2.4.3
PHP -5.3.20
Bind – 9.9.2-P1
phpMyAdmin – 3.5.8.1
RoundCube – 0.9.2
Dovecot – 2.0.9
Postfix – 2.6.6
proFTPd – 1.3.3g

Install on Ubuntu 14.04
Connect to your server over SSH with your root user. Then issue the following commands:

# cd /root/
# wget http://sentora.org/install
# chmod +x install
# ./install

This will start up the installer. There will be few questions you will need to answer to customize your installation.

Read more from source: linuxveda.com

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