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Old 18th March 2008, 14:38
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Hi all
Sorry, my english is no good.

The installation script delete the ISPConfig folder in a upgrade action when a error.

I'm installing a remote framework in this way.
1.- I edit the compile file, find and remove references to the xml in the php section
2.- Execute the installation of ISPConfig
3.- The script detect a previous installation (v 2.2. 21) and tell me an upgrade
4.- The app is compile and tell me a inexistance of package xml2
4.- I'm install the pakage xml2-dev
5.- The folder ispconfig not exist.

!!!!!!!!!! The instalation script delete the ispconfig folder !!!!!!!!!!

The instalation script does not delete /var/www/*
the instalation script dos not delete /etc/apache2/vhosts/*
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Old 19th March 2008, 10:11
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!!!!!!!!!! The instalation script delete the ispconfig folder !!!!!!!!!!

The instalation script does not delete /var/www/*
the instalation script dos not delete /etc/apache2/vhosts/*
Yes, thats fine and the intended behaviour.
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