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Skunk
27th July 2005, 00:10
Thanks for ISPConfig, it looks like a great app, but;
Is it possible that the install script can be changed to allow ISPConfig
install on the Red Hat Enterprice clone CentOS? CentOS is a really often
used Enterprice Linux.

When trying to run the installer script, all I get is;
ERROR: Ihr Betriebssystem wird nicht unterst�tzt! / Your operating system is not supported!


/Skunk

falko
27th July 2005, 00:39
Is it possible that the install script can be changed to allow ISPConfig
install on the Red Hat Enterprice clone CentOS?

Yes, have a look at the files setup1, dist.txt and the files in the mod directory. If you make some changes there you can install ISPConfig on CentOS.

Skunk
27th July 2005, 09:51
Thanks.
I found it more convenient to change /etc/redhat-release to RedHet 9 in stead.
Strange that the ISPConfig supports Red Hat up to 9 and all of Fedora releases, but not the real thing; Red Hat Enterprice 4.

/Skunk

falko
27th July 2005, 10:19
Strange that the ISPConfig supports Red Hat up to 9 and all of Fedora releases, but not the real thing; Red Hat Enterprice 4.

That's easy to explain: ISPConfig is free, that means we don't earn money with it, so we don't have money to buy RHEL 4... :rolleyes:

But everyone's invited to contribute, so if you (or others) think ISPConfig should run on RHEL and CentOS or other distros (Gentoo, ...), you can make the appropriate adjustments, and we can make them available for others in the next ISPConfig release. :)

till
27th July 2005, 10:23
Strange that the ISPConfig supports Red Hat up to 9 and all of Fedora releases, but not the real thing; Red Hat Enterprice 4.
/Skunk

Redhat Enterprise is not supported yet because we dont have a server
with this linux distribution available for testing here. If someone will
do the modifications in setup1, dist.txt and test it, we will integrate
it in the ISPConfig installer :)

Till

so_
31st August 2005, 00:56
I copied the fedora30 section of dist.txt as Centos 4.x is probably closest to that.

I have tested this (only a little bit), but you get the general idea.

diff -ur install_ispconfig/dist.txt install_ispconfig_centos/dist.txt
--- install_ispconfig/dist.txt 2005-07-14 08:27:01.000000000 -0600
+++ install_ispconfig_centos/dist.txt 2005-08-30 10:27:27.772767064 -0600
@@ -356,6 +356,50 @@
dist_mysql_group=mysql ## # fedora40
dist_httpd_daemon=httpd ## # fedora40

+dist_init_scripts=/etc/rc.d/init.d ## # centos40
+dist_runlevel=/etc/rc.d ## # centos40
+dist_smrsh=/etc/smrsh ## # centos40
+dist_shells=/etc/shells ## # centos40
+dist_http_user=apache ## # centos40
+dist_http_group=apache ## # centos40
+dist_bind_init_script=named ## # centos40
+dist_bind_user=named ## # centos40
+dist_bind_group=named ## # centos40
+dist_bind_conf=/etc/named.conf ## # centos40
+dist_bind_dir=/var/named/chroot/var/named ## # centos40
+dist_bind_pidfile=/var/named/chroot/var/run/named/named.pid ## # centos40
+dist_bind_hintfile=named.ca ## # centos40
+dist_bind_localfile=named.local ## # centos40
+dist_passwd=/etc/passwd ## # centos40
+dist_shadow=/etc/shadow ## # centos40
+dist_group=/etc/group ## # centos40
+dist_cron_daemon=crond ## # centos40
+dist_cron_tab=/var/spool/cron/root ## # centos40
+dist_mysql_group=mysql ## # centos40
+dist_httpd_daemon=httpd ## # centos40
+
+dist_init_scripts=/etc/rc.d/init.d ## # centos41
+dist_runlevel=/etc/rc.d ## # centos41
+dist_smrsh=/etc/smrsh ## # centos41
+dist_shells=/etc/shells ## # centos41
+dist_http_user=apache ## # centos41
+dist_http_group=apache ## # centos41
+dist_bind_init_script=named ## # centos41
+dist_bind_user=named ## # centos41
+dist_bind_group=named ## # centos41
+dist_bind_conf=/etc/named.conf ## # centos41
+dist_bind_dir=/var/named/chroot/var/named ## # centos41
+dist_bind_pidfile=/var/named/chroot/var/run/named/named.pid ## # centos41
+dist_bind_hintfile=named.ca ## # centos41
+dist_bind_localfile=named.local ## # centos41
+dist_passwd=/etc/passwd ## # centos41
+dist_shadow=/etc/shadow ## # centos41
+dist_group=/etc/group ## # centos41
+dist_cron_daemon=crond ## # centos41
+dist_cron_tab=/var/spool/cron/root ## # centos41
+dist_mysql_group=mysql ## # centos41
+dist_httpd_daemon=httpd ## # centos41
+
dist_init_scripts=/etc/init.d ## # suse72
dist_runlevel=/etc/init.d ## # suse72
dist_smrsh= ## # suse72
@@ -640,4 +684,4 @@
dist_cron_daemon=cron ## # freebsd51
dist_cron_tab=/var/cron/tabs/root ## # freebsd51
dist_mysql_group=mysql ## # freebsd51
-dist_httpd_daemon=apache ## # freebsd51
\ No newline at end of file
+dist_httpd_daemon=apache ## # freebsd51
diff -ur install_ispconfig/setup1 install_ispconfig_centos/setup1
--- install_ispconfig/setup1 2005-07-29 07:25:40.000000000 -0600
+++ install_ispconfig_centos/setup1 2005-08-30 10:30:33.806485640 -0600
@@ -115,14 +115,26 @@
rm -f dist.info.ende
fi
if [ -f /etc/redhat-release ] && [ ! -h /etc/redhat-release ]; then
- version=`cat /etc/redhat-release | cut -f5 -d' '`
- echo $version | grep \\. &> /dev/null
- if [ $? != 0 ]; then
- version=`echo $version.0`
+ system=`cat /etc/redhat-release | cut -f1 -d ' '`
+ if [ "$system" == 'CentOS' ]; then
+ version=`cat /etc/redhat-release | cut -f3 -d' '`
+ echo $version | grep \\. &> /dev/null
+ if [ $? != 0 ]; then
+ version=`echo $version.0`
+ fi
+ distversion=`echo Centos $version`
+ echo $distversion
+ distvers=centos${version//./}
+ else
+ version=`cat /etc/redhat-release | cut -f5 -d' '`
+ echo $version | grep \\. &> /dev/null
+ if [ $? != 0 ]; then
+ version=`echo $version.0`
+ fi
+ distversion=`echo RedHat $version`
+ echo $distversion
+ distvers=rhat${version//./}
fi
- distversion=`echo RedHat $version`
- echo $distversion
- distvers=rhat${version//./}
echo dist=$distvers '##' > dist.info.tmp
grep -i $distvers dist.txt >> dist.info.tmp
cp -f dist.info.tmp dist.info

till
31st August 2005, 08:06
OK, thanks for the code. We will integrate it in the installer.

nitbix
20th February 2006, 17:18
Add this to your dist.txt to use it on rhel4:

dist_init_scripts=/etc/rc.d/init.d ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_runlevel=/etc/rc.d ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_smrsh=/etc/smrsh ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_shells=/etc/shells ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_http_user=apache ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_http_group=apache ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_bind_init_script=named ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_bind_user=named ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_bind_group=named ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_bind_conf=/var/named/chroot/etc/named.conf ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_bind_dir=/var/named/chroot/var/named ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_bind_pidfile=/var/named/chroot/var/run/named/named.pid ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_bind_hintfile=named.ca ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_bind_localfile=named.local ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_passwd=/etc/passwd ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_shadow=/etc/shadow ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_group=/etc/group ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_cron_daemon=crond ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_cron_tab=/var/spool/cron/root ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_mysql_group=mysql ## # rhatenterprise0
dist_httpd_daemon=apache ## # rhatenterprise0

nitbix
20th February 2006, 17:19
In the last line, change apache to httpd. I downgraded to 1.3... Sorry I forgot! :)

falko
20th February 2006, 22:49
If you want to add RHEL4, you must also edit the files in the mod folder!