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Old 6th August 2010, 16:46
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Hi,

I can't figure out how to use ISPConfig 3 to add domains, ftp users, email accounts and so on. Is there a manual that shows how to use ISPConfig 3? I added a zone and clicked on the "Websites" tab and added a domain but it doesn't resolve. I tried to create a resseller and I added an FTP user but I can't connect!

I see a lot of documentation and guides for ISPConfig 2 but I can't see much stuff for ISPConfig 3 why's that? What's the difference between the 2nd and 3rd?

I couldn't install ISPConfig 2 because of this error :

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ERROR: Ihr Betriebssystem wird nicht unterstützt! / Your operating system is not supported! / Votre systeme d'exploitation n'est pas supporté!
So, I installed the 3rd instead.

Btw here are my specs (I am on a VPS):

1GB ram
2Ghz CPU
OS = Debian Lenny

Can I get some clarifications please?

Thanks,
Josh
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Old 7th August 2010, 03:28
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Your specs should be fine depending on the load of your server.

I put together a few documents a while ago that may help:
http://manual.ispconfig3.co.uk

Not an official doc and comes with no guarantee
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Did you also tick the client functions? Because this are needed!!
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Your specs should be fine depending on the load of your server.

I put together a few documents a while ago that may help:
http://manual.ispconfig3.co.uk

Not an official doc and comes with no guarantee
Hey,

I am checking out the manual right now! It looks pretty decent and comprehensive! Thanks for putting this together...

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Did you also tick the client functions? Because this are needed!!
Hi,

What do you mean by ticking client functions? You mean I should create a client in order to host websites?
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I posted in the wrong thread, that happens when you have to much open^^
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I posted in the wrong thread, that happens when you have to much open^^
haha...ok
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