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Old 21st February 2012, 23:58
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Exclamation ispconfig2 and centos 6.2 i686 problem

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CentOS (Final).0
ERROR: Ihr Betriebssystem wird nicht unterst�tzt! / Your operating system is not supported! / Votre systeme d'exploitation n'est pas support�!

how to solve this isue ? , thx for suport
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Old 22nd February 2012, 08:35
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The ispconfig 2 development ahs been stopped last year in favor of ISPConfig 3. This means that ISPConfig 2 does not run on new Linux versions and that there will be no updates for ispconfig 2 anymore.

If you really want to run ispconfig 2 on a unsupported linux version you can e.g. try to modify the /etc/redhat-release file from centos and change the version information to a centos version that is supported by ispconfig 2. It might be that it can be installed then.

My recommendation is to use ispconfig 3 though.
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Question not work changing release distro

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The ispconfig 2 development ahs been stopped last year in favor of ISPConfig 3. This means that ISPConfig 2 does not run on new Linux versions and that there will be no updates for ispconfig 2 anymore.

If you really want to run ispconfig 2 on a unsupported linux version you can e.g. try to modify the /etc/redhat-release file from centos and change the version information to a centos version that is supported by ispconfig 2. It might be that it can be installed then.

My recommendation is to use ispconfig 3 though.
Hi till thankyou very much for quickly answer.
changing release Not work.
I have an HA-LB farm runing ispconfig2 and can 't change to ispconfig3 for the moment
You have other idea?
thx in advance
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Old 22nd February 2012, 11:11
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Yes, I explained that above. Edite the redhat release file and so that it contains version information for a supported centos release, e.g. 6.0or 5.7. The setup will most likely work then.
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Yes, I explained that above. Edite the redhat release file and so that it contains version information for a supported centos release, e.g. 6.0or 5.7. The setup will most likely work then.
i say you this not work for me


i come back fedora 14

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