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Old 27th March 2006, 10:23
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Default How To ISP Server setup with Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger)

I followed all of the steps here very carefully, save one. I went through the ispconfig installation with "standard" rather than "expert" mode. I'm hoping that this is the solution to the problem I'm having. Everything in the How To went very smoothly.
At the end. Since this is a test environment, the system has a hostname, but is setup as localhost.localdomain. After the completion of the install, I went to
"https://my_ip_address:81", and got this message (firefox 1.5)
"Could not establish an encrypted connection because certificate presented by 'my_ip_address' is invalid or corrupted. Error code: -8182 ...

Any input to this would be greatly appreciated. I'm sure I followed every step here quite carefully (with the noted exception above). This is my first server install, so I was really quite pleased with the progress I had made until this.
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Old 27th March 2006, 14:07
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"Could not establish an encrypted connection because certificate presented by 'my_ip_address' is invalid or corrupted. Error code: -8182 ...
You have a corrupt SSL certificate. Create a new one as outlined here: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...58&postcount=4
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Old 27th March 2006, 16:41
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Default How To ISP Server setup with Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger)

fallko~
Thank you for the reply. That certainly helped. The keys now show up in the directory where they should have showed before (although for some reason I don't recall doing the steps you outlined as part of the how-to)...
Now, whether I use https://my_ip_address:81 or http , I get
"The connection was refused when attempting to contact my_ip_address:81"
the box is alive, and it can be ping-ed...
the logs don't have any strange entries in them, so according to the installation and setup, everything "looks" as though it went fine.

I appreciate your feedback.
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Old 27th March 2006, 16:59
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Falko~
I went back through all of my notes on the installation and found one deviation that I made - it seems relatively minor, but I'm wondering if this has anything to do with the problem of not being able to connect...
When installing ispconfig, i didn't choose "expert" mode. So, apache2 sees the doc root in /var/www , while ispconfig sees it in its default, which I believe is /home/www ...
/home/www is empty, and /var/www contains: apache2-default sharedip webalizer

Could this be the problem ?
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Old 27th March 2006, 17:11
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ok... more good news. If I access the site by ip address (port 80), I get a directory listing as above (apache2-default sharedip webalizer). If I select apache2-default, I get the expected Apache default index.html . If I select sharedip, I get this:
"SharedIP"
This IP address is shared. For access to the web site which you look for, enter its address instead of its IP.
For questions or problems please contact the server administrator.
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powered by ISPConfig

So, apparently I can see the server and at least get to the default page(s)...

It feels like a config problem to me.
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Old 28th March 2006, 07:53
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I am stuck in the same position. I have done a re-install, but still get stuck in the same position.

If I use lynx to view ispconfig on the ispconfig machine, I get want I want to see.
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fallko~
Thank you for the reply. That certainly helped. The keys now show up in the directory where they should have showed before (although for some reason I don't recall doing the steps you outlined as part of the how-to)...
The original certificate was generated during the ISPConfig installation. I guess you entered wrong values there.

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Now, whether I use https://my_ip_address:81 or http , I get
"The connection was refused when attempting to contact my_ip_address:81"
the box is alive, and it can be ping-ed...
the logs don't have any strange entries in them, so according to the installation and setup, everything "looks" as though it went fine.
Please post the output of
Code:
netstat -tap
Also make sure that no firewall blocks port 81.
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falko~
Please don't think this a startup for a flame... i was just asking someone about whether or not installing ispconfig would be a path i should follow being that i am trying to create a production environment, and not a 'development' or 'testbed' that i have to constantly spend time with... his exact answer to me - ' it's sorta trash ' ...
when i pressed him for a more intelligient answer, he said "well, it's cheesy" ...
i have no idea what either of those two statements could possibly mean!
given the functionality that i need to have on this server, can you give me a knowledgeable opinion of whether ispconfig is the package to start with?
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Old 16th April 2006, 10:05
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Ignore this last pile i replied with... i don't know what those knuckleheads were talking about... i just installed ispconfig on the colo box, and its working fine!

Thanks for a GREAT how to... now i just need to get up to speed on how to use this
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Default Ubuntu 5.10 breezy badger install is killing me !

Hi all
i am a linux newby and i have been trying to follow the how-to for ISPconfig on Ubuntu 5.10. However, i am get many errors during the apt-get update process. Its complaining about some gzip file during the download of one of the packages. I am thinking there may be an error in the sources.list file that i pasted from the Howto. However does any one else have any similar issues.
I have been trying to give linux a go repeatedly but i am afraid i have been bogged down with hardware conflict problems, dodgy images and complete un-userfriendliness....
any help will be welcome before i head back to the dark side of Redmond.
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