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What control panel software do you use to manage your server (if you've got a server)? I use cPanel/WHM. Whilst it does have a price tag of $14.95 a month attached, it's worth every penny in my opinion. I'm looking forward to the release of cPanel 11.32 as well, it's got multiple enhancements and feature additions.

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Yeah I agree, cPanel offers great value for money. There are not many decent alternatives available so unless you can do everything from command prompt, I recommend using cPanel. The feature list of cPanel 11.32 looks impressive, can't wait to work on it.

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I have a reseller account with HostGator. WHM/cpanel and a free WHCMS license. Am overall pleased with their service and the panels are just great. Got so accustomed to cpanel I can't really use anything else. It's got all I need, runs fast and has a lot of nice features to use.

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cPanel/WHM here as well. At first I tried using Simple Control panel to save $10 bucks a month, but it was pretty plain and clunky. cPanel/WHM is a must on any Linux server.

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I'm a user these days, not an admin (though I've run servers in the past) - if it weren't for cPanel, I'd be pretty peeved with doing almost anything. I have a buddy who's all about command-line stuff and grass roots nuts and bolts... far too much effort if you ask me. Give me cPanel any day. I don't even care what OS is under it, as long as it looks familiar and does what I tell it to! (Terrible thing to say as an ex-IT geek, of course, but hey...)

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In all honesty though, if I were just running a site (i.e. a forum), I'd just use Webmin and not spend money on a cPanel license. As it is, the only reason I run cPanel on my web servers is because I run a web hosting business, and the large majority of people want cPanel, since it's what they're used to, which is why we supply it.

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cPanel gets my vote for sure. It's very sleek and vivid. Nothing too much to handle for the human eye and it also has many great features.

 

Yes, it definitely does have many great features. cPanel 11.32 is coming some time this year and has even more features, I personally can't wait. http://cpanel.net/releases/1132/index.html

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