Is there a good GUI for configuring Apache and MySQL?

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by kaspencer » Mon Nov 05, 2012 8:29 pm
Greetings all ...

I am intending to replace my Windows webserver (Windows Server 2k3 R2) with a Raspberry Pi quite soon. I have already completed preliminary tests. But what I'd like to find, first, if there is one, is a good GUI for controlling/configuring Apache and MySQL that will run under the LXE (if that is what it is called) windowing system that is installed by default with Raspian Wheezy. I also wonder whether anyone is using any graphical webstats packages on the Pi.

Can anyone recommend a good GUI interface and graphical webstat implementations ?

Thanks in advance ...

Kenneth Spencer
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by rickseiden » Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:50 pm
I've used webadmin, a browser based administration tool, with some success. Best part about it is that you can access it from anywhere on your network.
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