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Old 11th February 2006, 13:02
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and when got back to that part just leave as is and add up usrquota,grpquota.
Yes, that's the way it is meant to be.
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Old 11th February 2006, 13:05
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hi,

hope you guys can give me a few how to's. i'm a newbie and was assigned to set up a webserver. i followed the perfect setup for fc4 and came across an error when i try to install: (installing as administrator not as root)

rpm -ivh http://ftp.freshrpms.net/pub/fedora/...6.fc4.i386.rpm

error came as:

warning: /var/tmp/rpm-xfer.XFQMAi: Header V3 DSA signature: NONKEY, key ID 1ac70ce6

error: can't create transaction lock on /var/lib/rpm/_db.000


did the same command as root but error came as:

error: skipping http://ftp.freshrpms.net/pub/fedora/linux - transfer failed - Unkown or unexpected error

segmentation fault



thanks in advance.
You have to run this as root! If you get this transfer error, you can do it like this instead:
Code:
cd /tmp
wget http://ftp.freshrpms.net/pub/fedora/linux/extras/4/i386/apt-0.5.15cnc7-6.fc4.i386.rpm
rpm -ivh apt-0.5.15cnc7-6.fc4.i386.rpm
Or you use yum instead of apt to install all the packages in the tutorial, instead of
Code:
apt-get install <package_name>
you run
Code:
yum install <package_name>
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Old 11th February 2006, 14:46
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I'm scratching my head...

Are you saying that something did not install correctly?
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Old 12th February 2006, 10:44
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I'm scratching my head...

Are you saying that something did not install correctly?
No, I'm saying that you removed your original /etc/fstab and replaced it with the one from the tutorial. That's why it is not working. The one from the tutorial is just an example to show you where you have to put
Code:
,usrquota,grpquota
You should have kept your original /etc/fstab and just put
Code:
,usrquota,grpquota
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aahhh... I see the light! Just a note, I only replaced the 'Label=/' line and with the exception of usrquota, grpquota they were the same.

I did another install but I so far I have only used Install apt for Fedora, Install Some Software, and ProFTP sections from the Perfect Setup.

I am not doing a post install of ISPConfig and it seems the other parts are geared toward that, is that correct? I am just running a single web and FTP site.
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I am not doing a post install of ISPConfig and it seems the other parts are geared toward that, is that correct? I am just running a single web and FTP site.
The Apache configuration (disabling PHP globally) is made for ISPConfig; if you don't disable PHP you can use the setup for any server.
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Old 12th February 2006, 21:55
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You mean the part were we comment out Addhandler and Addtype, correct? I didn't run the Apache setup, isn't Apache part of the FC4 core install?

The install is up and running and I copied my web stuff over to it. When I redirect my router virtual server over to the new machine it works until I shut down the old machine. As soon as I hit refresh it gives me a blank page. Start the old machine back up, hit refresh, and it is back.

Been trying to figure out all day why that is happening. What fun!
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You mean the part were we comment out Addhandler and Addtype, correct?
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I didn't run the Apache setup, isn't Apache part of the FC4 core install?
It depends on which package group selections you made during the installation from the CDs.

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When I redirect my router virtual server over to the new machine it works until I shut down the old machine. As soon as I hit refresh it gives me a blank page. Start the old machine back up, hit refresh, and it is back.
Please double-check your router's settings. Maybe you have to reboot your router.
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Old 13th February 2006, 22:51
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It depends on which package group selections you made during the installation from the CDs.
I did a "Complete" which seems to be all and then some.


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Please double-check your router's settings. Maybe you have to reboot your router.
I did the double check and there is a "Apply Settings" button which I used. I do remember seeing something about rebooting so I will definitely double check that. It crossed my mind today that it may be the named.conf file. I have not edited it yet. I remember I did copy my proftpd.conf to the new hard drive but don't recall doing the same with named.conf.

Speaking of which... isn't there a Linux utility for doing drive images? Seems it would be easier to image my old drive onto the new drive and then add whatever I want after the fact. correct?

Some late night follow-up... I had a really hard time making a network connection from my windoze machine to this new one. I finally realized that I did not disable SELinux since as the set-up states it is done in ISPConfig (which I did not install). After I finally found where the setting for SELinux were I made some udjustments to the Samba settings and ta da!!!

Any suggestions regarding the SELinux settings for HTTPD? I did localhost and got my page but when I clicked a link to my FTP site on the page the connection was refused.

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Speaking of which... isn't there a Linux utility for doing drive images? Seems it would be easier to image my old drive onto the new drive and then add whatever I want after the fact. correct?
Have a look at these two tutorials:
http://www.howtoforge.com/howto_linux_systemimager
http://www.howtoforge.com/dedicated_...e_systemimager

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Any suggestions regarding the SELinux settings for HTTPD? I did localhost and got my page but when I clicked a link to my FTP site on the page the connection was refused.
I recommend to disable SELinux. Open /etc/sysconfig/selinux and set SELINUX to disabled:
Code:
SELINUX=disabled
Then reboot your system.

Also have a look here: http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/selinu...olling-selinux
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