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Old 21st April 2008, 22:58
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Wink Systems unable to restart after installing ISPConfig

did tutorial on centos5.1. all ok great clarity and straightfwd.
afterthat did the ispconfig install.
all ok, up to login ispconfig & changed pwd & checked IPlist for eth0:0
the
root...# /home/...spamassion
line does nothing, cursor just continues to blink. Ctrl+C, closed terminal, reopen terminal and retried, still d same. did nothing else except Logout of ISPConfig (was in https://xxxx:81),

reboot the system
and only get a blue screen and a mouse.
not user login screen presented..

I had configured step 7&8 with encryption and I think the sys was waiting for a passphrase under the blue screen.
Any info on how to get-in to enter the passphrase or how to undo steps 7&8.
Also what's with the spamassasin ?

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