AlternC is an automatic hosting software suite based on Debian. It features a PHP-based administration interface and scripts that manage server configuration. It can manage email, Web, Web statistics, and mailing list hosting. It is available in French, English, and Spanish.
|Tags||Systems Administration Internet Web Site Management DNS|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||Unix Shell SQL PHP Perl|
|Translations||French English Spanish|
Release Notes: This is a big stable and fully functionnal version of AlternC. It is now compatible with Lenny and Squeeze Debian versions. It has been translated into English, French, and Spanish. A new template-based system for domain and subdomain hosting has been implemented, and many bugs have been fixed. A new team has also joined the project (which allowed this 1.0 release), and the 1.1 milestone is already published.
Release Notes: This release continues the Debian compliance challenge. Quota management was corrected, bind now forbids recursion and domain poisoning, and the Debian package uses po-debconf. New functions were also added, such as postfix saslauthd with rimap and MySQL user rights managment in the Web desktop. The .eu TLD is now properly handled.
Release Notes: This version includes a major rewrite of the installation procedure and upgrade managment. The alternc-mailman, alternc-awstats, and alternc-webalizer plugin packages were also rewritten. Management of server-wide domains, a new domain install script, and multiple profile quota managment were added.
Release Notes: This release fixes major security and packaging problems. This is the last version supporting Debian/Woody, and the first offering support for AMD64 and I386. Many bugs have been fixed, including a MySQL sock issue and DNS installation problems. The statistic package and the documentation package have been rewritten.
Release Notes: This release adds mail-domain aliases, changepass to the webmail, and a smtp/sasl/tls table for postfix. The install process works perfectly with Debian Sarge, and the plugins can be installed easily. Users are advised to upgrade.