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Old 21st September 2006, 14:58
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Default Centos 4.4

CentOS 4.4 has been tested and proven stable on numerous test servers/setups.

Information for dist.txt has been provided.

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dist_init_scripts=/etc/rc.d/init.d ##                            # centos44
dist_runlevel=/etc/rc.d ##                                       # centos44
dist_smrsh=/etc/smrsh ##                                         # centos44
dist_shells=/etc/shells ##                                       # centos44
dist_http_user=apache ##                                         # centos44
dist_http_group=apache ##                                        # centos44
dist_bind_init_script=named ##                                   # centos44
dist_bind_user=named ##                                          # centos44
dist_bind_group=named ##                                         # centos44
dist_bind_conf=/etc/named.conf ##                                # centos44
dist_bind_dir=/var/named/chroot/var/named ##                     # centos44
dist_bind_pidfile=/var/named/chroot/var/run/named/named.pid ##   # centos44
dist_bind_hintfile=named.ca ##                                   # centos44
dist_bind_localfile=named.local ##                               # centos44
dist_passwd=/etc/passwd ##                                       # centos44
dist_shadow=/etc/shadow ##                                       # centos44
dist_group=/etc/group ##                                         # centos44
dist_cron_daemon=crond ##                                        # centos44
dist_cron_tab=/var/spool/cron/root ##                            # centos44
dist_mysql_group=mysql ##                                        # centos44
dist_httpd_daemon=httpd ##                                       # centos44
Temporary fix for those looking for a solution: http://dev.dyslexification.com/

The patch basically adds the information for the file for you. Additional work has been removed from the patch (although useful, it was not required)
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Old 22nd September 2006, 14:01
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Old 22nd September 2006, 18:17
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Silly question, thanks anyways.

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After some extensive testing, I have found that this suggestion actually breaks functionality in ISPConfig.

till's suggestion is the correct one,

To install ISPConfig on a CentOS 4.4 system, simply chage the the line in /etc/redhat-release to read "CentOS release 4.3 (Final)". Run the ISPConfig install, then change the redhat-release back to "CentOS release 4.4 (Final)"
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Default Upgrade to Centos 4.4 with ISPConfig already installed

Just a quick note to check if I am right. I have upgraded our test machine from centos 4.3 to centos 4.4 and it all seems ok. We had previously installed ispconfig.

The problems people are experiencing are only when they try a fresh ispconfig install on Centos 4.4 correct?
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Old 5th October 2006, 11:21
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The problems people are experiencing are only when they try a fresh ispconfig install on Centos 4.4 correct?
Yes. ISPConfig 2.2.7 will support CentOS 4.4 out of the box. But ISPConfig 2.2.6 supports it as well if you do the workaround described above or in this thread:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...02&postcount=6
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After some extensive testing, I have found that this suggestion actually breaks functionality in ISPConfig.
just out of curiosity... what functionality does it break?
i just sent out a live server installed through the script.
what sort of error/problems did you encounter?

thanx
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ISPConfig 2.2.7 with support for CentOS 4.4 has been released today, as well as the "Perfect Setup" for CentOS 4.4: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_centos_4.4
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