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Old 29th September 2007, 21:49
oakleeman oakleeman is offline
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Looks like this might be easier than I thought. Already have a functioning .iso with updated packages that installs everything as per the "perfect setup" and am working on the custom scripts to do all the editing. The only part looks like will give me grief so far is the ssl generation for postfix.

Haven't looked at the ISPConfig installer too closely yet, would it be possible to provide an answer file? Am thinking that maybe in between the Centos install and the ISPConfig install the admin could open a web page on the server to configure static ip, hostname, and whatever answers the ISPConfig installer needs.

I'm using a kickstart file to do the install and unfortunately it doesn't allow you to set the hostname or enter an IP address during the install so the server is initially named localhost.localdomain and is configured for DHCP.

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