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Old 22nd April 2006, 20:35
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i stuck i downloaded ISPconfig 2.2.0 & 2.2.2 & 2.1.0
i get the same problam with all of them
i extrat the *.tar.gz to /var/www/
there is folder /var/www/install_ispconfig

in the shell :

[root@localhost /]# cd /var/www/install_ispconfig/
[root@localhost install_ispconfig]# ./setup
[root@localhost install_ispconfig]# ./setup
[root@localhost install_ispconfig]#


look like the setup script dont run

i have installed with yum : gcc , flex
and i got all the req. for the system
i try to shutdown httpd and restart the system i reinstall the system (fedora core 4) already and its dont work here too

can someone help me with my problam plaese ?

thanks .

my comp :
p4
1G memory
intel

i dont think thats problam with comp
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Old 23rd April 2006, 01:05
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Originally Posted by oops10
i stuck i downloaded ISPconfig 2.2.0 & 2.2.2 & 2.1.0
i get the same problam with all of them
i extrat the *.tar.gz to /var/www/
there is folder /var/www/install_ispconfig

in the shell :

[root@localhost /]# cd /var/www/install_ispconfig/
[root@localhost install_ispconfig]# ./setup
[root@localhost install_ispconfig]# ./setup
[root@localhost install_ispconfig]#


look like the setup script dont run

i have installed with yum : gcc , flex
and i got all the req. for the system
i try to shutdown httpd and restart the system i reinstall the system (fedora core 4) already and its dont work here too

can someone help me with my problam plaese ?

thanks .

my comp :
p4
1G memory
intel

i dont think thats problam with comp
The last release of ISPConfig is 2.2.1.

Why you've copied it to /var/www?

You should copy and extract it in /root and as root.

Good luck :-)

tom
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Old 23rd April 2006, 13:46
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Which linux distribution do you use and which architeckture (x86, x86-64)?
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