Well, if there's no option to reconfigure, you may have to uninstall and then reinstall ISPConfig.
Fortunately, the process appears to affect ISPConfig only, and not all of the other software that you've had to install.
However, the uninstall script will destroy all databases
(the ISPConfig database, as well as all databases in /var/lib/mysql/
that were created with ISPConfig). So, be sure to backup all of your databases.
My personal DB backup recipe, which backs-up all MySQL databases on the system, consists of the following command:
# mysqldump --all-databases --add-drop-table --default-character-set=utf8 --extended-insert --host=localhost --quick --quote-names --routines --set-charset --single-transaction --triggers --tz-utc --verbose --user=root --password='your-password' | gzip > "/root/$(date +%Y%m%d%H%M).gz"
If you use this command, you will need to use your own password for the --password argument.
The uninstall script is located in the install
directory within the ISPConfig package.
# cd /root
# wget http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/ISPConfig-3-stable.tar.gz
# tar xzfv ./ISPConfig-3-stable.tar.gz
# cd ./ispconfig3_install/install
# php -f ./uninstall.php
You should be able to reinstall using the same set of files, e.g.:
# php -f ./install.php
Post back with the results when you have a chance.