That's a huge disappointment. I don't know if I can use DirectAdmin.
Is DirectAdmin anything like cPanel and does it have all the features?
I hear it lacks a lot, especially for forums and databases and such.
I cannot compare the two as I only briefly used cPanel. I can however say that DirectAdmin is very intuite and easy to use. I do not know that it can really be any easier to use than it is. I started using it here with no experience what so ever and have no problem navigating in it and getting the things done that I want to accomplish. Since the server crash a week or two ago they have installed an updated version of DirectAdmin (1.26.2) and it is much like working within an task specific OS, there is little chnce of error or trouble. I know that there are not really tangeble examples in this pro-DirectAdmin message but I can assure you, it has a low learning curve... If I can do it, a monkey can do it, so if you cannot use it contact the person you have turn your computer on for you (Joke... it really is as easy as turning the computer on though...nearly...).
I use both.
The main attraction with CPanel is that it has tons and tons of features. But as with anything big, it gets cluttered.
DirectAdmin on the other hand is smaller, neat and loads faster. It's interface is much neater that that of CPanel.
There's no real diffrence in features between the two other than a few misic stuff Fantastico ,web traffic monitors etc missing from DirectAdmin.
I closed the new requests because of 1) the server crash, 2) a very long waiting queue and 3) I want to do some scripting and the database changes are easier with the requests closed.
I'll try to reopen it this week, but it will most likely be for the next one I guess.
Alright, cool-Thanks Bondings. I have one more question. What kind of subdomain do you get being on server 2?
Yay so I can finnally get my site within this week? w00t!