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Old 5th February 2011, 20:53
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Default Upgrade from Ubuntu 8.0.4 to 10.04 broke ispconfig2

Hi,

Today i have updated my ISPconfig2 server using the ubuntu way to update a system

After that the ispconfig system broke down. I have downgrade the php5.3 installation to php5.2 but the ispconfig service stil failed to start.

After that i have tried to run an update of a new version but this update failed. Now when i try to update using ISPConfig-2.2.37.tar.gz i think i need a new installation.

Al websites are working for know but i really would like to fix the ispconfig2 installation.


Second question when wil ipv6 be supported because i would like to have ipv6 support
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