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Old 13th July 2007, 06:04
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Hi Falko

I just tried doing the install of Zabbix on my debian etch with ispconfig and suphp only to find that it wont work because php is globaly turned off.

I did find one thread that suggested installing into a web folder created by ispconfig.

Thats where I fall down because in the install script It doesn't ask where you want to install it.

apt-get install zabbix-server-mysql zabbix-frontend-php zabbix-agent

What do I do. Do I run this command from within the chosen www folder. and also do I need to remove the none working current install.

Is there an alternative install method just for inside webhost folder.

Can the howto be updated to include relevent info for people running ispconfig or at least add a link to a forum thread for people using ispconfig

Thanks
Steve
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