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Old 24th July 2011, 19:36
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Originally Posted by midcarolina View Post
Hi Falko,
I know you are right about the manual and I apologize.
No problem at all!

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that most of the manual - the important aspect of it - is Debian based
Debian is the system where we do almost all of our development, and it's the distribution we recommend. We test on other distributions as well, but Debian will always be the distribution with the best support for ISPConfig 3 because it's our develpoment platform.

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Last word, I didn't know there was a client host file, only /etc/hosts/ I am formatting the raid system and starting over.
If you use a Linux client, the file is /etc/hosts as well, and on Windows, it's C:/Windows/system32/drivers/etc/hosts (at least on my XP system - might be different on Vista/7).

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can you tell me if the file for apache /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf needs to be adjusted before installing ISPConfig?
No, httpd.conf doesn't need any adjustments. The ISPConfig 3 installer will take care of everything.
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