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I have a Linux Box running RHEL 5 with several virtual hosts running on it.  I have about 400 domains I'd like to run on it with landing pages connected to each one.  I'd like to be able to add the domains and virtual hosts easily as now it is taking me about 30 minutes each.  Anyway to automate this with a control panel - webmin or something else besides CPanel?  Also how to set all this up.

Thanks in advance
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Hi

Best open source is webmin & virtualmin once setup it will create DNS records virtual domain domain logs mysql database email address virtual control panel and more all one click of a button.

Cheers

Darren
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I installed our own developed app.
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