OpenPanel is a remote server administration and configuration system for Unix-based systems. It offers both an AJAX Web interface and a command line shell which allow you to manage users, domains, email, Web sites, and other hosting-related services using either a standard browser or a terminal connection.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The GUI now scales to your browser window, replacing the previous window-in-a-window approach. New functionality is added, including the configuration of SSL certificates for Apache, per-domain mail filtering using SpamAssassin, and support for IPv6. OpenPanel now officially supports Debian 6, Ubuntu 10.04, and Ubuntu 10.10.
Release Notes: This is the first official stable release, aimed at Debian 5.
Release Notes: New infrastructure has been added for verifying, debugging, and repairing issues with the installation of the Postfix MTA and Courier Mailbox systems. Some installation issues have been solved.
Release Notes: Some issues with Apache vhosts and include directories have been fixed. Extra tagging has been added to the event log to make finding error-related debugging information easier. Catch-all email aliases can now exist alongside specific addresses. It is now possible to set a user's login shell for SSH access.
Release Notes: This release fixes issues with the log splitter on 64-bit platforms, fixes problems with DNS AXFR handling, and adds minor support for UTF-8 terminal data in the OpenPanel CLI.