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Old 20th January 2006, 05:33
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Default ISP Config Installation on Suse 9.3

Hi folks ,

I have bought a dedicated server with suse 9.3 installed. Now i want to insatll ISPConfig on it.

ISP Config installation document says about some prerequistic requirements before install the ispconfig .

(i.e. ISPConfig Requirements
Apache Webserver version 1.3.12 or later / 2.0.40 or later
Sendmail or Postfix
Procmail
Quota Package
ProFTP as standalone version or vsftpd as inetd/xinetd/standalone version
PHP 4.0.5 or newer as Apache module
MySQL data base
a POP3/IMAP daemon that supports either the traditional Unix-Mailbox format (e.g.
gnu-pop3d, qpopper, ipop3d, popa3d or vm-pop3d) or the Maildir format (e.g.
Courier-Imap)
OpenSSL and mod_ssl for the creation of SSL virtual hosts
BIND8 / BIND9
iptables or ipchains )



Do we also need to configure the above mentioned requiremnts before install the ISP panel. OR
Is it enough to have a only installation of above softwares ?



Thx in advance,
gim
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For ISPConfig it's enough to have them installed, however you have to configure some of them if you want to use them, e.g. quota and Postfix (-> SMTP-AUTH). You should have a look at the "Perfect Setup" for SuSE 9.3: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_suse_9.3
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Do we also need to configure the above mentioned requiremnts before install the ISP panel. OR
Is it enough to have a only installation of above softwares ?
ISPConfig checks only for the existence of the binaries in common places.
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ISPConfig checks only for the existence of the binaries in common places.

May i know , how can i verify the Quota packahe has installed and configured successfully ?

When i checked the availability of the Quota packge (using whereis quota) , i got nothing .

Further , since i have received preconfigured machine from the provider , how can i verify necessary softwares for ISP Panel has been /installed configued properly ?


Thx very much for u r help .
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May i know , how can i verify the Quota packahe has installed and configured successfully ?
Run:

yast -i quota

This will either tell you that quota is already installed or install the quota package. Then have a look in /etc/fstab if there where partitions with the option: ,usrquota,grpquota

If quota is not installed, i recommend to have a look at this howto
http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_suse_9.3 and do the steps on page 4 describing the quota installation.

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Further , since i have received preconfigured machine from the provider , how can i verify necessary softwares for ISP Panel has been /installed configued properly ?
You can run the iSPConfig installer, it will complain if pacakges where missing and then test the available services (mail, web, dns) by adding a tet website and email accounts in ISPConfig.

Or you have a look at this howto http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_suse_9.3 and compare the configuration described in the howto with your current setup.
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Run:

yast -i quota

This will either tell you that quota is already installed or install the quota package. Then have a look in /etc/fstab if there where partitions with the option: ,usrquota,grpquota

If quota is not installed, i recommend to have a look at this howto
http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_suse_9.3 and do the steps on page 4 describing the quota installation.



You can run the iSPConfig installer, it will complain if pacakges where missing and then test the available services (mail, web, dns) by adding a tet website and email accounts in ISPConfig.

Or you have a look at this howto http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_suse_9.3 and compare the configuration described in the howto with your current setup.


Thank You Very Much For U r KIND Help. Keep up the GOOD WORKS,
-Gimhan
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