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merlincc 27th November 2006 00:24

Management -> Server -> Settings problems
 
I have just installed the latest version of ISPConfig and am just setting things up when I have run across a problem. When I try to change my server settings and click save the settings do not get saved. I have tried the server settings and DNS settings with no luck.

Any suggestions?

till 27th November 2006 10:24

This means your ISPConfig is not installed correctly. Did you install the SQL-dump manually?

merlincc 27th November 2006 12:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by till
This means your ISPConfig is not installed correctly. Did you install the SQL-dump manually?

You are correct. During the install the sql portion had an error. I created the tables manually using the included sql script in the ispconfig tar file.

Am I hosed? do I need to re-install?

Thanks.

falko 27th November 2006 14:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by merlincc
Am I hosed? do I need to re-install?

Thanks.

Yes. Please delete your current ISPConfig installation and install again.

till 27th November 2006 16:22

Make also sure that the mysql database name you chose to install ISPConfig does not exist as database, otherwise the installation will fail.

merlincc 27th November 2006 16:52

Thanks for the help.

I removed /home/admispconfig and /root/ispconfig.
I droped the db_ispconfig database.

I am currently running ./setup.

I will update when it completes.

merlincc 27th November 2006 21:57

Thanks for the help till and falko.

After uninstall and reinstall everything is working now. :)


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