OGP has moved to GitHub. The source code hosted here is obsolete and is no longer being updated.

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https://github.com/OpenGamePanel/

A PHP webapp (formerly known as hldstart2) used to manage server softwares, such as, Halflife1/2, UT2004, UrbanTerror4 and Warsow (and many more). Powerful features, great for game server companies, and single users.

Features

  • Agent based remote control
  • Agent written in Perl, very light weight
  • Support for new games coming regularly
  • Easy for end users to add new game types by adding/editing XML files
  • Language translations available
  • Support for third party modules
  • Multi server support

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  • Using it for years now, and never failed to do what I needed!

  • Very useful project! Great application ! Good work keep going !

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Non-Profit Organizations, Advanced End Users, System Administrators, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Web-based, Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

Perl, PHP

Database Environment

MySQL

Registered

2004-01-28