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Old 9th November 2007, 00:49
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Hey all

I set up a webserver using ISPConfig using the guide here quite a long time ago (some years I'm guessing)

Well I've run into a problem (funny this must be like the first)

I cant use Yum any more, it looks like fedora.redhat.com has died in the years since, and now i cant fix yum at all

Does anyone know what to do to get it working again (without re-installing the os, currently I'm quite a long way away from the computer so i only have SSH access)

Thanks for any support on this
Yahooadam

Edit:
Oh yeah, the base issue i was really having, i cant access the ispconfig page on port 81 any more ..... i don't understand why not
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Old 9th November 2007, 17:29
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Looks like it was a temporary downage

Seems to be working now, also, on the ISPConfig front, i think it may have been broken due to some update, trying to re-install it again

I didn't realise ISPConfig just ran alongside the main webserver, i thought it was integral
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