The Alpha version of a control panel is the first phase to begin software testing. It is intended for testing new features and fixing bugs, rather than for production.

To avoid crashes and data loss, by default users cannot install the alpha version.

To be able to install it, complete the following steps:

  • to install the alpha version of COREmanager, specify a when selecting a version (beta/release will be available).
  • to install a control panel, specify Option AllowAlpha in the <path to COREmanager>/etc/core.conf configuration file and update еоу list of software programs in the COREmanager web-interface. Once completed, the alpha version of software products will be available in the COREmanager web-interface.

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