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midcarolina 26th March 2013 13:45

Regarding ISPConfig / CentOS 6.4 Tutorial

I suppose this may be able to go under two topics (ISPConfig or Tutorials). This is in regards to Falko's tutorial "The Perfect Server, CentOS 6.4 x86_64 & ISPConfig".

I noticed during about 3/4 of the tutorial, the additions of Memcache(d), PHP-FPM for ISPConfig 3 as a separate link. I followed these, but the build process failed because there were several file paths that were unknown. I only used the --enable php-fpm for Apache 2.2 (not Nginx) or other listed options.

Then I realized that the link stated CentOS 6.3 versus 6.4. Could this be the maker / breaker? It wouldn't seem as such, but perhaps someone may be able to correct me here?

Thanks in advance...

midcarolina 26th March 2013 15:30

RE: Regarding ISPConfig 3 / CentOS Tutorial
Addendum to previous question about PHP-FPM Build. These directories do not exist:

/opt/php-5.3.22/etc/ (the /etc/ does not exist

/opt/php-5.3.22/lib/ (the /lib/directory not exist)

falko 2nd April 2013 13:45

Please make sure you copy & paste from the tutorial. I know that it works, so I guess you made a typo somewhere.

midcarolina 2nd April 2013 18:40

CentOS 6.4 and ISPConfig 3
I realized my own folly immediately. I believe what I had was two conflicting .rpms (PHP 5.3.3?) versus what I was really looking to do with CentOS 6.4 and the new Config Panel.

I stripped the server, reset the Raid and started new and borrowed A TON of your ideas. By no means did I build my own repo, but it was a patchwork quilt of trusted locations. (One of which I got for the Config Panel feed in ISPC 3 when you chose nginx vs. apache)

Thanks for the response. The servers are running the new!

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