OpenPanel - Managing a server should be easy

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OpenPanel is a free open source control panel. It offers all basic hosting services for setting up domains, including DNS, email, websites and databases. A layered authentication system allows the administrator to create accounts with specified limitations for end-users. All of the system�s users are able to control system configuration using either an intuitive graphical interface or a powerful command line configuration shell. It can be utilised to control any process on a Linux server.

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