Ajenti 0.6: web-based admin panel for servers

Today we are happy to present you Ajenti 0.6.0 is in our studio.


We remind you that Ajenti is a web-based admin panel for servers.

First, we would like to thank all 560 users, who are with us despite the fact that the project was in beta-stage, as well as all our wonderful developers;)
Breaking news – we provide almost full support for the following systems:

imageFreeBSD 8.0 +


imageCentOS 6

We remind you that in addition, Debian Squeeze + (Lenny with all the packages from squeeze), Ubuntu 10.04 + and Arch Linux are supported.

Here are some of the changes

imageNew Dashboard
Now the widgets can be dragged and dropped, and each user can customize the dashboard by itself.

Monitoring plugin is added to measure the system performance and an export over HTTP.

imageNew terminal
The terminals are being opened in separate tabs, as well there is a list of terminals with previews.

There were made more than 16,000 changes with a version 0.5-13.1 in total.

Distribution form

The installation process is described in more detail on ajenti.org

• Debian / Ubuntu: APT-repository
• CentOS / RHEL: Yum-repository
• Gentoo: over Sunrise overlay
• FreeBSD: DIY-port can be downloaded from the homepage

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