Froxlor is a multilingual server-management-panel for Internet service providers (ISP), which want to offer a webinterface for their customers for managing e-mail-addresses, domains, FTP and more.
The project Froxlor was founded by former SysCP team-members as a fork on 1 February 2010. Today SysCP still contains a lot of bugs, broken links on the SysCP website and doesn't have an active development. Therefore the principle of developing is providing a powerful software which is completely free and suits your system's requirements.
The source is published under the GNU GPLv2 license.
Unlike the frozen SysCP project, Froxlor includes not only fixes for known bugs in SysCP but also introduces a rich set of new features. The configuration-templates provided for the chosen system-services in the panel, are ready to use on productive machines. The active community also provides additional tutorials and patches for installing additional software like ClamAV, Spamassassin, Mailman and many more.
Froxlor is fully compatible with the following distributions:
- Gentoo Linux
- Debian GNU/Linux (5.0 and 6.0)
- Ubuntu Linux (8.04 and 10.04)
- SUSE Linux (Enterprise 10.0 and 11.0)
Froxlor supports the following daemons / services:
- Webserver: Apache 2, LightTPD, nginx
- Nameserver: BIND, PowerDNS
- MDA (Mail Delivery Agent): Courier, Dovecot
- MTA (Mail Transport Agent): Postfix, Exim
- FTP-Server: ProFTPd, PureFTPd
- Webstatistics: Webalizer, AWStats
Froxlor is available via GIT, tarballs and various package management systems (i.e. APT, RPM and Portage).
An overview of all features  provided by Froxlor can be viewed on the projects website.
New features are being introduced regularly. Recent additions include IPv6, Nginx Webserver support, PHP-FastCGI, PHP-FPM, etc.
↑ Official announcement of the Fork
↑ http://froxlor.org/features.html overview of all functions