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Froxlor Installation Problems

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Sir, i wanna to make my own Small Hosting Company and Really Confuse, Between Free Panels. 

Like Webmin, CWP, Froxlor or Any Other.

There is no doubt if i will go for paid i will go for cPanel and WHM.

But for my personal experience i need a free Web Panel this time. So i am using Digital Ocean. 

I have tried and Install All most Each and Ever Control Panel. But not even a single time i can installed froxlor even tried 10+ times. 

So i wanna to know if i will choose froxlor web panel. What about support ? will they give ?

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Sure we give...but why didn't you just tell us what your problems were?

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1 hour ago, d00p said:

Sure we give...but why didn't you just tell us what your problems were?

sudo apt-get install php7.2-xml php7.2-posix php7.2-mbstring php7.2-curl php7.2-bcmath php7.2-zip php7.2-json

Sir, Can send you the VPS server details to login like IP, User and Password. Can you install it.

After that i have few questions. Like i wanna to make my own web hosting company and wanna to use froxlor as my panel. 

Once you install on my server i will ask few more questions. So let me know what are the system requirements and Linux OS, Ubuntu or Centos and which version.

i will make a digital ocean droplet and send you the credentials. 

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Okay may be i am not qualified or developer like you, Sir. 

I will try it again just let me know the OS and Version. Or any installation guide link if you have 

I will try again and install it, For Sure.

And let me know 

  1. I need hassle free web panel for my clients.
  2. So i am looking for a long term Vision approximately Min 10+ Years of Support and Development.

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Installing packages on your system does not require a developer... it's the system admins part...if you are not familiar with server administration, you should get yourself an admin especially if you want to start a hosting company

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I will install it what about the Support, Sir.

You are giving Free or Paid.

And also do you know any hosting company which is using froxlor panel. please share the links also. 

Thanks for your replies.

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Support on this forum is free and I am also willing to give extended help/support for a small fee.

Well, most of froxlors users are small hosting companies - I myself used it for that purpose.

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please share the links also of small web hosting companies if you have. 

Also you have not tell me the system requirements and suggested os with version of your choice for froxlor.

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Well then please pay people for doing exactly what you want ..this is an open forum with free speech. If you're not happy, sorry. I'm just trying to point you to the right direction so you can figure it out yourself rather then giving exact steps what you should do so you learn something from it and possibly not need help in the future

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50.000?? Well possible, yes, there are no limits...but 50k customers on one server...good luck with that ;)

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1000-1500 clients on a 16g ram VPS....I can't even believe you have that many customers...you should consider a multiserver setup for such customer-amounts...

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