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Old 22nd April 2010, 21:07
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Default Manual Install / compilation - default paths

Hi, can I install all by hand compilation in my own path.??
I'm manually install all the things, like pure-ftpd, apache, php, posfix, .....
I'm installing in a path like "/soft/ftp", "/soft/httpd/"....

There's any restriction

I just started the installation process but before a finish I wanna now if there's any restriction with manual install or/with the path's?

Any help is appreciated!!!
By Apt-get is more easy to install and to upgrade but,
manually installed in the machine the performance its really better!!
I need the best performance because i will handle hundred of domain's

By the way... I'm documenting all the process, and after I will submit to howtoforge.
I'm following the Perfect server Debian but without apt-get's
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