[CentOS] Does Cent OS Come With Any Kind Of Customer Portal Application(s)

Gary Greene ggreene at minervanetworks.com
Fri Jun 19 22:06:00 UTC 2009

On 6/19/09 9:50 AM, "nate" <centos at linuxpowered.net> wrote:

> Kemp, Larry wrote:
>> Other than coding something yourself...does Cent OS come with any kind of
>> portal application(s) that would allow remote users to purchase a domain
>> name through me or log in and edit their domains settings and go active in
>> my DNS? Has anyone set anything like this up before using Cent OS? The
>> closest thing I can think of is a Register.com, GoDaddy.com, or Load.com
>> type interface that customers can do it all from one HUD-type interface. I
>> realize that some minor html and branding that would need to take place to
>> give it that corporate look likely. Thanks.
> No, I'd be surprised if linux distro came with such a thing.
> CentOS comes with all of the platform components you might
> need for running such an app, but the app itself is not there.
> nate

There are a few distros that ship OSCommerce (Debian or Mandriva), however
none of the Enterprise distributions do from what I've found. Besides which,
OSCommerce leaves much to be desired at times....

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