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tuvia 5th May 2013 21:29

Centos 6.4 cannot get ispconfig page
 
I searched and found this exact problem in the forum several times, but each time the person did not get any help with it.

I installed a fresh Centos 6.4 and then ISPconfig etc exactly per the How To document. However when I try and start ispconfig (i.e. localhost;8080) I get the apache default page. httpd.conf seems to include an apps.vhost that points to /var/html/apps as the home folder, which is an empty folder.

I wiped everything and did it all again, same results. PLEASE HELP if you can.

till 6th May 2013 11:54

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I searched and found this exact problem in the forum several times, but each time the person did not get any help with it.
You will always find someone that has a similar problem if a software gets installed a few hundred thousand times a year like ispconfig. This does not indicate that there is a general problem.

I did a centos 6.4 install last week for one of our customers and it worked out of the box, I used the perfect setup centos 6.4.

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However when I try and start ispconfig (i.e. localhost;8080) I get the apache default page.
How did you access ispconfig on localhost? The guide does not install a gui, so if you have a gui on your server, you could not have followed the guide exactly.

If you want to access ispconfig and did not have a domain configured yet, use the IP address of eth0 network card.

Also you might want to check your httpd log file for errors.

tuvia 8th May 2013 04:44

Who said anything about a GUI in Centos? Oh, I see, I said locahost. That was an example so I woul not have to post my actual IP address/

I mentioned the searching not to imply anything, but to stop people from saying "did you search the forums?". I did, and others hav had this problem, and nobody had a solution posted.

The others with this problem did exactly as I did and started blank and followed the instructions completely.

There is nothing in the error logs relevant.

I guess seeing how few responses I got (only 1) and that nobody has helped either me or the other people, I might have to reconsider using the ispconfig system.


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