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File Manager for a Centos7 VPS ?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by lejleku, Apr 25, 2016.

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  1. lejleku

    lejleku Newbie

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    Hi everybody.

    I have bought a VPS ,installed Centos 7 on it,Nginx,MariaDB.(to host websites)

    Where can i find a web hosted file manager (like the one on the Cpanel) to install on my VPS?

    Thanks
     
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    lejleku Newbie

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    Im talking about Centos 7 minimal installation.Not with GUI
     
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    Install Midnight Commander
    Code:
    yum install mc
     
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    Hit me up on skype and I can help you out.

    If you are just trying to see where to load your web files you can use filezilla to connect to the vps and then load your web files to the public_html directory.
     
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    You can install net2ftp if you want a web file uploader / file manager. Just went through this today royal PITA with all lol but that oe worked right away and easy.
    Good luck
     
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    Have a look at Vesta as well. It's a free alternative to cPanel.
     
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    you don't need any panel-like ( not even phpmysql - since you can create / manage databases from console ) , for upload/download files look into filezilla or better winscp ( word of advice take off ftp protocol - most modern cms can update if you chmod and chown the folders correctly )