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    free VMware ESXI control panel | VPS Management & Bandwidth Monitoring | AutoVM

    AutoVM Platform
    • AutoVM is an open source platform to manage virtual machines(VM) on VMware ESXi virtualization. It allows VPS providers to manage full automation of support and sales process. AutoVM platform is a good choice for hosting companies or VPS providers to increase their service and support quality.


    Some of the features

    • Auto installation VM operating system.
    • Auto Provisioning VM After Payment Successfully.
    • Bandwidth monitoring and manage VM traffic usage.
    • Assign IP and Network adapter once VM created.
    • Install easily without any changes on the ESXi servers.
    • Free modules for managing VM on the WHMCS client area.
    • Ability to assign the existing VM created for WHMCS users.


    Prerequisite


    • AutoVM platform designed to be compatible with default VMware ESXi settings and does not require any changes. For installing the platform, You can run it on the hosting control panel such as CPanel or DirectAdmin.


    Try us for free


    • We provide unlimited VMware ESXi server licenses key for 1 Month free.
    • Take less than 30 minutes to start automation your products.
    • For installation, Please visit the installation article. If you have any questions, Please read the FAQ section. If you do not find your answer, Please contact us from the Client area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by autovmnet View Post
    100% free and open source with the webhostchat promotion code.
    Surely it's either open source or it isn't, what does the promotion code have to do with anything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed-Freethought View Post
    Surely it's either open source or it isn't, what does the promotion code have to do with anything?
    Hello,
    Actually, more than 80% of the source codes are open source and you can see our source code from GitHub, But the part of related to the license has been encrypted.
    Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by autovmnet View Post
    Hello,
    Actually, more than 80% of the source codes are open source and you can see our source code from GitHub, But the part of related to the license has been encrypted.
    Good Luck
    That didn't answer my question though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed-Freethought View Post
    That didn't answer my question though...
    Can you explain more sir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by autovmnet View Post
    Can you explain more sir?
    What is there to explain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by autovmnet View Post
    Can you explain more sir?
    I think what Ed is getting at, is that you claim your offering is "100% free and open source", but a promotion code is needed to qualify this. You then go on to say that "more than 80% of the source codes are open source and you can see our source code from GitHub, But the part of related to the license has been encrypted".

    Is your product free and open source, or is a license of some kind required to make it work?

    If the latter, your product is not relaly open source.

    Also, how does this tie in with VMWare's licensing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VN-Jonathan View Post
    I think what Ed is getting at, is that you claim your offering is "100% free and open source", but a promotion code is needed to qualify this. You then go on to say that "more than 80% of the source codes are open source and you can see our source code from GitHub, But the part of related to the license has been encrypted".

    Is your product free and open source, or is a license of some kind required to make it work?

    If the latter, your product is not relaly open source.
    Bingo!
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    Sorry for this late post, but I wanted to know if its allowed to sell paid licenses on open source products?

    I was under the impression that something like Apache which is under the GNU public license cannot be sold, and whatever is developed using open source available knowledge repository can also not be charged for.

    Please correct me if I am wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaustubh P View Post
    Sorry for this late post, but I wanted to know if its allowed to sell paid licenses on open source products?

    I was under the impression that something like Apache which is under the GNU public license cannot be sold, and whatever is developed using open source available knowledge repository can also not be charged for.

    Please correct me if I am wrong.
    It depends on the specific license, but there are plenty of companies whose business is built on selling open source products, including very large ones such as Red Hat. There are also millions of companies who integrate open source software into closed source products quite legitimately.
    Whilst open source means that you can't charge for the source code itself, you can charge for binaries, support and other professional services.

    That said, in this specific case, I don't think the OP actually understands what "open source" means.
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    Hello,

    New AutoVM platform has been released, please update AutoVM from the settings to version 139.

    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by autovmnet View Post
    [FONT="]Hello,
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    [FONT="]New AutoVM platform has been released, please update AutoVM from the settings to version 139.
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    [FONT="]Good luck[/FONT]
    Care to address the original "open source" issue which remains unanswered?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed-Freethought View Post
    Care to address the original "open source" issue which remains unanswered?
    Hello sir,
    If I'm not made mistake,
    Our platform is free for changing copyright, logo or customization.
    As I said, more than 80% of the codes are open source, But some part related to the licence, encrypted.
    And we gave promotion code to webhostchat customers to try us for free.
    I think we should call it Eclipse licence. Our platform Is free to change the source code, but it's not free to sell or use without the licence.
    I'm so sorry for missing your question.
    Best regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by autovmnet View Post
    100% free and open source with the webhostchat promotion code.
    Quote Originally Posted by autovmnet View Post
    Our platform is free for changing copyright, logo or customization.
    As I said, more than 80% of the codes are open source, But some part related to the licence, encrypted.
    Originally you stated that the code is "100% free and open source", however now you are saying that "more than 80% of the codes are open source"...

    What license is the open source code under?

    Please provide a link to the code on GitHub.

    Quote Originally Posted by autovmnet View Post
    And we gave promotion code to webhostchat customers to try us for free.
    I think we should call it Eclipse licence. Our platform Is free to change the source code, but it's not free to sell or use without the licence.
    It seems that you don't actually understand what "open source" is. I suggest that you read https://opensource.org/osd-annotated before further claiming that your software is "open source".

    You may also want to take a look at https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html.en and https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/open-...the-point.html.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed-Freethought View Post
    Originally you stated that the code is "100% free and open source", however now you are saying that "more than 80% of the codes are open source"...

    What license is the open source code under?

    Please provide a link to the code on GitHub.



    It seems that you don't actually understand what "open source" is. I suggest that you read https://opensource.org/osd-annotated before further claiming that your software is "open source".

    You may also want to take a look at https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html.en and https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/open-...the-point.html.
    Hello,
    Here is the source code: https://github.com/payacloud/autovm
    100% free to use by using the entered promotion code, And opensource (this is an option and it doesn't mean thoroughly opensource).
    As I said, This is not based on GNU license, We use Eclipse licence.
    Best regards.
    Last edited by autovmnet; 4 Weeks Ago at 10:00 AM.

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