Originally Posted by falko
Did you change the /bin/sh symlink to /bin/bash?
If that doesn't help, you can try to install another gcc version.
Yes I changed that the first time I installed Ubuntu on the box, ISPConfig wouldn't have installed in the first place if I hadn't?
I remade the symlink just in case and I still get the same error.
Can someone help me downgrade to a previous version of GCC on Ubuntu?
I did "apt-get remove gcc" then tried "apt-get install gcc-4.1" but I have a feeling that's not the proper way to do it as ./setup said it couldn't find gcc.