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Old 17th January 2006, 11:39
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Unhappy FC4 with graphics help

Hello There,
I have followed Falko how to forge tutorial about installing FC4 but I found it hard for me coz I am a linux newbie

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Will anyone help me how to install php, mysql, apache, ISP config for FC4 graphics mode and where should I place the files how can I rum them and install them?
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Old 17th January 2006, 11:41
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Oops Forgot about webmail ^_^
ANd The other stuff in order to have a good server with a great preformance.
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Old 17th January 2006, 17:59
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The easiest way to follow the tutorial is to install PuTTY ( http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ ) on your Windows system and then login to your FC4 system. You can then simply copy and paste the commands from the tutorial to your PuTTY command line.
This also helps avoiding typos.
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and then login to your FC4 system
How?
You Mean restart My PC and then choose FC4?
coz i have installed FC4 on a defferant patration than windows?
Or should I use Virtual PC Program and Install FC4 in the Other Virtual PC?
And thanks Dude.
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Old 18th January 2006, 09:53
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and how can I install isp config >_<
I Really Like this program coz it is free and has a good graphics?
is it included with the perfect set up guide?
thanks *(again)*
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Old 18th January 2006, 10:30
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I am sorry but I need to know how can I get the IP adresses should I have more thank one PC?
and Do I need a router for one PC?
and what about more than a PIC should I need a Router for them?
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Old 18th January 2006, 13:21
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and how can I install isp config >_<
I Really Like this program coz it is free and has a good graphics?
is it included with the perfect set up guide?
thanks *(again)*
The perfect setup guides are fo5r setting up ISPConfig, so it is included
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I am sorry but I need to know how can I get the IP adresses should I have more thank one PC?
and Do I need a router for one PC?
and what about more than a PIC should I need a Router for them?
What shall be the purpose of your linux installation?

The perfect setup guides are howtos for a web + mailserver setup, not a a workstation. A server normally runs 24h a day, most of the in an external datacenter. The minimum requirements are a ntwork with router on a DSL line or a vmware setup if you want to test ISPConfig.
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How?
You Mean restart My PC and then choose FC4?
coz i have installed FC4 on a defferant patration than windows?
Or should I use Virtual PC Program and Install FC4 in the Other Virtual PC?
And thanks Dude.
You mean you only have one PC in your network, which is either running FC4 or Windows? Of course, then you cannot use PuTTy. But I wonder how you read the Perfect Setup then if FC4 is running and you don't have another computer with a graphic interface and a web browser...

No other Windows box available that you can use for PuTTY?
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The perfect setup guides are howtos for a web + mailserver setup, not a a workstation. A server normally runs 24h a day, most of the in an external datacenter. The minimum requirements are a ntwork with router on a DSL line or a vmware setup if you want to test ISPConfig.
I know That One Already ^__^
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You mean you only have one PC in your network, which is either running FC4 or Windows? Of course, then you cannot use PuTTy. But I wonder how you read the Perfect Setup then if FC4 is running and you don't have another computer with a graphic interface and a web browser...

No other Windows box available that you can use for PuTTY?
LOL
I have printed it and so I used It.
and I got it!
And Thanks Guys You Are the best
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