Bad link

On, there’s a link to Clicking on that link returns:
“Page not found
The requested page could not be found.”

I am brand new to this site, and finding an error so soon makes me hesitant to buy Virtualmin. Please re-assure me. :slight_smile:

Yours truly,

Hey Mike,

Well, you shouldn’t use Virtualmin (or any other product for that matter) just because me or anyone else can deliver a good sales pitch – you should use it because it solves your needs better than the alternatives.

What I’d recommend doing is downloading the free GPL version, and giving it a shot – hopefully seeing it in action will alleviate any concerns you have :slight_smile:

That said, Virtualmin just made a huge website change, from a Joomla-based site to this Drupal-based one. There’s a handful of issues here and there that still need to be cleaned up… such as the link you found!

I’ll take a look at the download page and get that fixed up.

Thanks for pointing it out!


Okay, I did fix that broken link – it now points to a section within the installation manual:

Thanks again for the heads up!

We hope you enjoy the software – and if you happen to run across any other oddities, please feel free to let us know so we can get it fixed up :wink:

Have a good one,


Hello Eric,

Thanks, but I’ve seen the comparisons and I want the features of the paid version. If I decide to use your product instead of Ispconfig, that’s what I’ll get.

I kind of still have a bad taste in my mouth because I was not able to get Virtualmin Pro at half-price because I missed the deal you had by less than a day because I was sick. I e-mailed your company but received no reply. Also, I cannot find a lot of reviews on Virtualmin Pro, or comparisons of Virtualmin Pro vs. Ispconfig.

Best regards,

I’m just an end-user. Before I bought virtualmin pro, I have used several other cpanels including ispconfig.

I made the right decision buying VMPro.

The stormy weathers around this website (and the transition recently and some other stuff in webhostingland) has little to do with the software. This site and the software is a 3 man show and for such small team, great things are happening.

HI Ronald,

Thanks for sharing your experience. I’m going to install something on a server, just haven’t decided yet.

I have used ISPconfig in the past. I have some servers online that use Ensim.


I would appreciate it if someone could suggest a good server control panel. I have about 10 or 11 web sites.

I’m presently using Ensim Pro 10, but it’s being discontinued.

I’ve used ISPconfig in the past. However, it appears that they might be in transition from version 2 to version 3, and version 3 might not work right on my CentOS 5.3 OS.

I’ve used the free versions of usermin and webmin. Not what I want.

Virtualmin GPL does not support templates, and I think that might save us time.

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

I would appreciate it if someone could suggest a good server control panel
You’re in the virtualmin forums, what do you think would be a good control panel?