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Re: Generic Control Pannel



On Sat, 13 Sep 2003 23:01:12 +0200, 
Roman Medina <roman@rs-labs.com> wrote in message 
<c407mvogdpbijk1ctiuhv37qn0anv87o9b@4ax.com>:

> 
>  Hello,
> 
>  I'm managing some kind of ISP services but I don't have any "control
> pannel" service to offer to my customers. The idea is that my
> customers could manage their own mailboxes (create, delete, change
> passwds, etc), ftp accounts, dns zone, etc. I've thought of
> developping my own application for that purpose, based on PHP and
> MySQL. I don't see it difficult but I don't have much time and I'm not
> a good graphic/website designer, so I'd prefer to use any free control
> pannel available, after modifying its code to fit my machine needs
> (for instance, my database structure, harddisk directory tree, etc). 
> 
>  The idea is not having to design the web style of the administration
> tool, authentication (login window), and things like that. Which
> already-existing (and free) control pannel would you recommend to me
> for this purpose? I'd prefer one based on PHP, but it would not be a
> problem if it is based on other options (Perl, C, ...). I'm using
> Apache on Debian Linux (of course).
> 
>  Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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