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Old 15th October 2008, 15:17
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ISPConfig 3.0.0.7 does not support mailman and it is currently not planned to support mailman in the final version. Mailman support might be added in a later version.
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Old 15th October 2008, 18:04
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Ok, thanks.
Does that mean you will not integrate a mailing list management in general?
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Does that mean you will not integrate a mailing list management in general?
It is not planned to integrate a mailing list manager at the moment. Feel free to do it if you need this feature
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I've been following the installation guideline on Ubuntu8.04 when I've got into a problem that I can't connect to the MySQL database. I've tried to install all of the services from the start, but the same result was there - can't connect to the database using the mysql root password provided during the installation. Any help on this one please?
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What's the exact error message?
What's the output of
Code:
netstat -tap
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Does ISPconfig 3.x support for Mandriva 2009 x86_64?
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Old 27th October 2008, 00:56
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Default ispconfig 2.n.n. to 3.n.n.

What if i wanted to go an run 3.n.n., but i already have sites on a 2.n.n. ispconfig box? How difficult will it be to 'upgrade'?

(have just finished a ispconfig 2 migration from a physical server into an openvz container)
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Old 27th October 2008, 09:08
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ISPConfig 2 and 3 are completely different software packages. It is not possible to do an upgrade. We might offer a migration script later, but this will require always a complete reinstallation of the server.
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ok, i'll keep on running 2 for the time being.
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Got a question for those who already tried out ISPC3.

I just rented a new server (dual quadcore, 8 gigs RAM, ...) and now I'm thinking about whether or not I should stick with ISPC2 or give ISPC3 a go.

The server is going to host only a handful of sites which are meant to be busy. Customers would not want to configure something by themselves, so I will be the only one to use ISPC.

I KNOW it is still beta and some stuff is missing, but would you from your experience say I can do it without running myself into real trouble?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts.


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