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dclardy 17th March 2011 21:28

ISPConfig Install Script
 
I have updated the script, and I have moved it to Github. I am not seeing any errors when I run it, but it could still use some testing.

The script now prompts users for options. Please type this correctly. I have not placed any error checking at this time. This will be something else that needs to be done to the script.

To me, the script is much cleaner. It has more options (Dovecot and Courier). I will be adding MyDNS as well (possibly others). You can choose to install Quota and Jailkit or not. That is up to you. Everything is pretty easy to understand.

It can be found here: https://github.com/dclardy64/ISPConf...bian-Installer

I am hoping to add other distributions to this script as well. I am not sure on a time frame for that, but I would like to add them.

Let me know any questions that you have, I will try to answer them.

Installation instructions can be found in the README and Github.

Niels 15th April 2011 14:10

I have tried it on a debian 5 server and it looks good :) I was saving so much time now to build a server

dclardy 15th April 2011 15:15

I am glad that it helped out. I am going to start working on the other script that will allow you to choose the mail and nameserver of your choice.

Does anyone know how to install quota on an openvz vps? I don't think that it is possible, but I wanted to be sure.

dclardy 6th September 2011 04:35

I am in the process of updating this script. This one allows you to change the mail server. It will allow you to change the nameserver software as well. Does ISPConfig still support MyDNS?

falko 6th September 2011 11:05

Yes, although we recommend to use BIND.

dclardy 6th September 2011 23:22

I have updated the script, and I have moved it to Github. I am not seeing any errors when I run it, but it could still use some testing.

The script now prompts users for options. Please type this correctly. I have not placed any error checking at this time. This will be something else that needs to be done to the script.

To me, the script is much cleaner. It has more options (Dovecot and Courier). I will be adding MyDNS as well (possibly others). You can choose to install Quota and Jailkit or not. That is up to you. Everything is pretty easy to understand.

It can be found here: https://github.com/dclardy64/ISPConf...bian-Installer

I am hoping to add other distributions to this script as well. I am not sure on a time frame for that, but I would like to add them.

Let me know any questions that you have, I will try to answer them.

Installation instructions can be found in the README and Github.


Mods:

Any chance of getting a sticky for this?

falko 7th September 2011 11:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by dclardy (Post 263068)
Any chance of getting a sticky for this?

Done! :)

dclardy 7th September 2011 15:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by falko (Post 263109)
Done! :)

Thanks. I love ISPConfig, and I just want to make it easier for people to use. Hopefully, people will be less scared to take the jump with this script.

cholesterol 16th December 2011 06:01

thanks
 
thanks for the tips, that will be quite useful to me. :) :p

wcsing 4th January 2012 10:16

Thanks for this script, It do save a lot of time.

I do have a small problem after running the script, The web site that i have created by ISP3 has shown the /var/www/index.html and not the /var/www/clients/client1/tadj.com/web/index.html.

can you give me some idea how to correct it? Thanks.


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