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Code5 18th August 2008 00:56

How to Upgrade Webalizer Stats??
 
Hi people, just wondering if anyone can guide me on how to upgrade my Webalizer 2.01 to 2.20-01 on Ubuntu Server with ISPConfig ?

Also what other stats are available for ISPConfig? Any chance somebody can make a proper installation package of AWstats, so it works properly as the one that is knocking about on here is very poor and the html pages it creates are rubbish.

Thanks.

falko 18th August 2008 13:17

You can use apt-get to update webalizer.

Regarding awstats, take a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...hlight=awstats

Code5 18th August 2008 19:57

I have ran apt-get update, and apt-get upgrade, but Webalizer is still at the wrong version.

or do i have to do a manual "apt-get webalizer update" ??

Im such a noob at Linux at the moment. :)

daveb 18th August 2008 21:56

under ubuntu webalizer is "version 2.01.10-32.1" If you want the newest you will probably have to remove your ubuntu webalizer package then dl the source then make and install.

Grey 19th August 2008 14:13

daveb's right. The Ubuntu package maintainer of the webalizer package hasn't yet released a new version of that package. Don't mistake the release of any software with the release of a package for your specific distribution. The maintainers have to build a new package before you can install it in your distro.
Although webalizer is quite easy to compile yourself, if you consider yourself such a "noob" you perhaps want to wait until a new package is available :)

Code5 20th August 2008 01:38

Cheers. I might change it.

As for me calling myself a noob, im not really a noob, just not used to the directory locations and command syntax yet.


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