Originally Posted by crazypenguin
I am not in the web hosting business. I don't rent, lease, or own a server. And I know quite a few"customers" that prefer DirectAmin. Most of them are web designers and developers.
I think it might surprise you how many people would like DirectAdmin if they only had a chance to get acquainted using it as an end user.
Hosting companies wouldn't be selling accounts with the DirectAdmin control panel if there was no market for it.
it seems like i have no luck on knowing these end users who love directadmin.
honestly, i really don't understand why most pppl who find web hosting usually just ask for cpanel instead of directadmin.
to me, directadmin is really nice and and it do not have much craps that is useless in it and it save RAM resources a lot.