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Old 26th January 2007, 07:00
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I currently have an Apple XServe G5, running Mac OS X Server and i want to install and configure the machine to run ISPConfig or an equivalent application but cannot find any such product.

I know that i could format my OS X and install Linux and be done with it but Linux disto's have no support for the storage disk array that i currently have, this is what i have read at least. Is it possible to configure and run ISPConfig on Apple OSX or is there anther product that you could recommend.

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Old 27th January 2007, 13:43
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Is it possible to configure and run ISPConfig on Apple OSX or is there anther product that you could recommend.
I don't know if this is possible. I guess you'd have to make a lot of changes in the ISPConfig sources...
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Old 2nd February 2007, 00:23
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I think my only problem is the dependencies, the rest is simple. Well the serve got delivered today and am about to put the OS on

I think i am going to put Fedora Core 6 PPC Version to begin with and see how well the server runs. I dont really have time to screw around with dependencies etc at the moment. But down the track for sure i will try and get OS X running, i guess ill have to disconnect the raid and put a couple of 500GB Hard Disks in.
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