What is the KeyHelp?
With KeyHelp we provide an among insiders very popular administration tool for your Linux server available (for Ubuntu and Debian). KeyHelp is especially appreciated because the freeware can be used for an unlimited number of domains. The free management software for servers convinces with its clarity coupled with numerous useful functionality.
- Distribution without licensing: use Keyhelp completely free
- Easy installation
- No domain restrictions: manage an unlimited number of domains with KeyHelp
- Suitable for resellers as a white label web distribution: free white label function
- Available in different languages
- Supports Ubuntu and Debian
- You can get support via our forum and optionally bookable support packages
- Operating system: Ubuntu LTS or Debian
- Memory: At least 1 GB RAM
- Architecture: 64-bit operating system
- The installation must be performed on a clean system (minimal image), free of installed/configured software.
- All required services are installed and configured by KeyHelp.
- The installation must be done as the root user.
To install KeyHelp log on to your server and execute the following command:
# wget https://install.keyhelp.de/get_keyhelp.php -O install_keyhelp.sh ; bash install_keyhelp.sh ;
Restrict administrative access:
Here you can restrict the login for administrator accounts to one or more IPs or subnet addresses.
KeyHelp > SETTINGS > Configuration / Login & session
Add .htaccess in KeyHelp directory to limit by IP.
# RESTRICT ACCESS TO DIRECTORY BY IP ADDRESS # Include in .htaccess of any directory <RequireAny> Require all denied Require ip 188.8.131.52 Require ip 184.108.40.206/12 # If local server access to the directory is required # add the following; include the server ip addresses (ipv4 & ipv6) Require local Require ip 220.127.116.11 Require ip 2001:0db8:85a3:0000:0000:8a2e:0370:7334 </RequireAny>
Add .htaccess and .htpasswd basic authentication in KeyHelp directory to limit someone. You can use this tool to generate a username and password. For example, the username is
adminuser and password is
AuthUserFile "/home/keyhelp/www/keyhelp/.htpasswd" AuthName "Restricted Area" AuthType Basic require valid-user
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