> Thats great..I am thinking about it..because discourse is getting hard to install
Flarum is simple to install but you do need to use the command line (there is no GUI), but it's a 5 minute task.
If you decide to try it out and need any h…
Type your comment> @h1dd3n_sn1p3r said:
> Try: https://flarum.org/
+1 for Flarum, it's a great piece of software with an amazing community behind it, and just entered stable with the last release, so no extension breaking changes for a whi…
Type your comment> @chiareu said:
> Because Litespeed and OLS use lsphp, the missing packages for lsphp80 will be available when the LS and OLS teams complete the deployment. For now, there are a few more packages missing from the repo.
We are also having an issue with this.
Trying to enable the extension from within CP gives this:
Last metadata expiration check: 2:50:38 ago on Mon Mar 15 23:22:00 2021.
No match for argument: lsphp80-pecl-imagick
PHP Extension Installed.
Type your comment> @Diego said:
> Wordpress does not fully support php8 yet, it is not recommended to use php8 with wordpress.
I definitely wouldn't run any WP sites on PHP 8 for at least another release or two.
This seems to be a bit of an issue in CyberPanel and is something that I think needs to be looked at.
The ideal thing would be for an admin to be able to create packages and then select which users could create sites using that package. But it do…
Just to clarify, CentOS 8 will be end of life at the end of 2021, but CentOS 7 will be supported until 2024.
There are a couple of other open source community distros that are being created to replace CentOS going forward, one by CloudLinux and …
CentOS stream doesn't seem like something that most people would want to be using on production servers.
But there are a couple of interesting options appearing, both of which would be a pretty direct replacement for CentOS 8:
CloudLinux have …
Type your comment> @lokendra said:
>Someone suggested to update the cyberpanel, which is also not happening.
What exactly do you mean by this, what happens when you run the cyberpanel install/upgrade command?
I think it would be nice to be able to upgrade from within the panel instead of having to go to the command line to do it.
It should definitely remain a user initiated update though, not an automatic one.
I'm curious actually why the site preview images are served from statically.io rather than just from the server with the cyberpanel install. I'm sure there is a logical reason for the decision, but I'm curious what it is?
For the record, I'm a bi…
Type your comment> @peguke said:
> I am posting a warning here that BEWARE of using the LS Cache plugin with Woocommerce as so many conflicts and bloated.
We have several clients who are using LS Cache with WooCommerce stores and have good…
Agree with @Richard about squirrelmail.
We don't actually use mail on cyberpanel at all, we use separate mail servers running a fork of Mail in a Box, which includes Roundcube as the default webmail client.
Roundcube is good, frequently upda…
I'd suggest editing your local hosts file so that you connect to a different IP than everyone else when you enter the domain name.
See here: https://gridpane.com/kb/how-can-i-edit-my-local-hosts-file-to-redirect-urls/
Type your comment> @rootnician said:
>ever since I updated cyber panel it is working so slow, it takes a minute to just the load the list websites page.
Are you sure that website previews are the cause of the issue, how have you identified…