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Old 29th January 2011, 17:04
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I start putty, connect, type username and password, ubuntu welcomes me, and immediately, I get "remote host closed connection". Can't see anything in the logs about why this would be, and there's no other error. The last thing on the screen is "Ubuntu comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by applicable law". I never get as far as the prompt, and I've tried both /bin/bash (default) and also /bin/sh
Any errors in your logs?

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Next up: databases. For some reason, the links to ispconfig's internal apps like phpmyadmin doesn't appear to work (404).
See chapter "4.9.2.4 Interface Config" in the manual.

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This is going to make copying between databases in phpmyadmin a little tricky!
You can do this by logging in as the MySQL root user.

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Finally, and this is probably a more general linux question, but is it possible to dispense entirely with all the "on board" email systems and have all email, alerts etc generated by the system running through my gmail or other external email service? I don't NEED email for the site itself, so running all this gubbins is just taking space.
Take a look at the "always_bcc" directive ( http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html ).

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