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Old 20th January 2012, 07:16
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Thanks to Falko. The problem solved by putting in a local ip on the IPV4 at the sites of ISP3.
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Old 26th January 2012, 06:00
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I am in the process of updating this script to include the new NginX config, and I can use some testers. Please try the latest version on a test box and let me know any issues that you have.

I have added NginX, and I will be adding the mailman section as well.
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Old 19th April 2012, 20:06
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I have been working on the script some lately, and I cleaned it up a whole lot to make it easier. I have gotten all of the prompts out at this time besides the ones where you have to manually enter common names.

I have also added Mailman support. It should be good to go. Please test it out.

Does anyone want to help me add CentOS support? I am not very familiar with it, and there are some things that appear to be much different.
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Hi, everything works fine but there are two errors while the installing, but i think thats not a big problem.

And in your script is there a webmail software? Coz roundcube isn't installed.

The only problem i see is a quota problem: There are no HD quotas for users shown in the webinterface, but i'm searching for a soulotion.

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Old 17th May 2012, 16:21
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I will look into these errors. For the webmail, I am installing squirrelmail, but it might not be working right. I will look into that as well.
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hi all

i have squeeze debian en get this error any ideas??


: No such file or directory!/bin/bash
: command not foundline 7:
'ebian_install.sh: line 137: syntax error near unexpected token `{
'ebian_install.sh: line 137: `debian_install_basic (){
root@debian:/tmp/Installer#

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Old 21st November 2012, 04:42
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Everything should be working fine. Let me run it on a blank VM to see any errors that might be there.

Do you have bash or dash as default?

If you have bash as default, run bash debian_install.sh.
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Old 21st November 2012, 10:08
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I guess you meaned

If you have dash as default, run bash debian_install.sh.
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Old 25th November 2012, 19:34
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Till,

I think you are right. I don't use dash, but I have tested the script and it works as intended. I found one issue with Fail2Ban Config that I have pushed to the repo.
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I have added Ubuntu support to this now. I used the latest how-to from Falko to get it working. I have also cleaned up the Debian install some. I will be working more on it in the next few weeks.
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