Originally Posted by Lil'Brudder
I may be mistaken, but in the ISPConfig Setup instructions:
It says that during the ISPConfig Apache install, if you don't select 'No' during Step 7 and Step 8, that you will have to enter the pass phrase everytime you boot up the computer. Is this what you're referring to?
*note: this is different than supplying the passphrase during the normal Apache and SSL install.
Ahh, you mean that password... I was thinking of something completely different.
You can use an SSH client such as PuTTY to supply the password, but that works only if you start ISPConfig manually. If the system tries to start/restart ISPConfig then there's a problem.
The solution might be to install ISPConfig again (without deleting the old installation!), the installer will recognize that it's an update. Follow these instructions: http://www.ispconfig.org/manual_installation.htm
and don't provide a password!