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Old 15th June 2009, 20:06
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Default IPConfig 2 Installation on CentOS 5.3

When I install ispconfig under centos as root from /tmp it install the CP on the root directory. How can I install it on /usr/local?


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ISPConfig 2 is always installed in the root directory. ISPConfig 3 uses /usr/local.
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